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Official Data Processing Software
The data reduction software approved for scientific purposes is the Gemini IRAF package.
On the 31st October Gemini Observatory will host an interactive remote Bidders Conference for participates to learn more about the GIFS RfP.
Participants can attend by phone or by polycom. Gemini will host two equivalent sessions to allow for participation across many different time zones.
Session 1: 11:00 – 13:30 CLST
Session 2: 19:00 – 21:30 CLST
If you plan on attending one of the sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and inform us which session you plan on attending and how. (i.e. my phone or polycom)
GMMPS v1.0.4 released
This version supports all GMOS-N and GMOS-S detector configurations (and also Flamingos-2 once its MOS mode is commissioned).
We highly recommend to update to this latest version.
This will bring you more efficient and fully compatible mask design.
Gemini may reject masks designed with older versions of GMMPS.
The gaps between the three detectors in GMOS cause gaps in the spectral coverage, see the example. The size of the gaps in wavelength space depends on the grating used, but is typically a few nanometers. If continuous spectral coverage is essential for your program, consider using two configurations of the grating with central wavelengths 3-5 nm different.
Journey through the Universe 2016
This patch release of the "commissioning" release of the Gemini IRAF data reduction package is being made available to assist in the reduction of the Hamamatsu data, pending the next stable release of the Gemini IRAF package. In addition, this release is to allow users to provide valuable feedback as to the status of the data reduction package for GMOS-S Hamamatsu data. Please provide any feedback, comments or questions etc., via the Gemini HelpDesk system as described in the notes below for the v113_COMM release.
Detector characteristics are given in this section. Note that the GMOS-South detectors have been upgraded in 14B. Note also that the telescope optics are now silver-coated, reducing the system throughput in the blue.