OSIRIS

OSIRIS is the new integral field spectrograph for AO at Keck.

There is a data reduction pipeline for OSIRIS data made available by UCLA. It's still a work in progress, however, and has a semi-steep learning curve and basically zero documentation right now.

The two most experienced OSIRIS observers at Berkeley right now are Conor Laver and Marshall Perrin. Ask one of us and we can show you how to obtain and use the OSIRIS pipeline from UCLA. — Marshall Perrin 2006/05/16 11:20

Update: Marshall and Conor are still here in spirit, but rarely in person. Two of the most experienced OSIRIS users still at Berkeley are Nicholas McConnell and Mate Adamkovics. — Nicholas McConnell 2009/01/13

Here are some notes on what Marshall and Conor have done recently. — Conor


    OSIRIS

    OSIRIS is the new integral field spectrograph for AO at Keck.

    There is a data reduction pipeline for OSIRIS data made available by UCLA. It's still a work in progress, however, and has a semi-steep learning curve and basically zero documentation right now.

    The two most experienced OSIRIS observers at Berkeley right now are Conor Laver and Marshall Perrin. Ask one of us and we can show you how to obtain and use the OSIRIS pipeline from UCLA. — Marshall Perrin 2006/05/16 11:20

    Update: Marshall and Conor are still here in spirit, but rarely in person. Two of the most experienced OSIRIS users still at Berkeley are Nicholas McConnell and Mate Adamkovics. — Nicholas McConnell 2009/01/13

    Here are some notes on what Marshall and Conor have done recently. — Conor


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