Preparation of Observation Procedure Execution (OPE) File

by Ji Hoon Kim (August 7 2015)

This document is for the preparation of "Observation Procedure Execution file" (OPE-file) which is a script file for observation. Observers should send the their ope-file before the observation to support Astronomer (jhkim@naoj.org). Please contact to support astronomer if you have any question.

 

[AGENDA]

[1] Observing Modes
     (i) IMAGING mode
     (ii) GRISM and ECHELLE spectroscopy mode
     (iii) Polarimetry 

 

[2] Description of Object List

[3] Observing Procedure Script
     (i) IMAGING mode

          (i') L-band IMAGING mode
     (ii) GRISM spectroscopy mode
     (iii) ECHELLE spectroscopy mode
 
[A1] Mechanism Definition

[A2] OPE File (Template)

 


[1]  Observing modes

IRCS has four observing modes; IMAGING,  GRISM spectroscpy, ECHELLE spectroscopy, and Polarimetry.
(* In each observing mode, you can choose one of the following options: with or without Adaptive Optics. Auto-guiding is now obsolete and not offered anymore. ) 

 

(i)   IMAGING

Standard Dithering Patterns: 5 points (S5) and 9 points (S9)

Diamond Dithering Patterns : 5 points (D5) and 9 points (D9)

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(S5)

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*

*

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*

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(S9)

*

*

*

*

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(D5)

 

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*

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  (D9)

 

Dithering width (=DITH) is the distance between two small veritcal sticks (|).

Observers can adjust DITH value in arcsecond. The default DITH value is 10 arcsec.

 

 

(ii)  GRISM and Echelle Spectroscopy

 (a) ABBA mode: 2-points nodding pattern along the slit

  

              A   B
              *   *        A->B->B->A             
              |   |   <----- nodding width (=DITH)  

        Observers can set the nodding width (=DITH) which is the distance between two small verticals sticks. The points A and B are DITH / 2 away from the target coordinate along the slit.  


(b) OSO mode: Object-Sky-Object for extended objects
      Observer can set the Offset (RA_OFFSET, DEC_OFFSET) between Object and Sky. Object can be returned at a different position on the slit if you set the DITH parameter which is the small deviation between the positions of Objects before and after the Sky.

 

       *OSSO mode (Object-Sky-Sky-Object) is also possible

      

(c) Slit Scanning Mode

     Scanning direction is perpendicular to the slit. The setting paremeters for scanning are (Relative_OFFSET, EXPTIME, COADDS) for each slit position.      
      
     * Warning: GRISM mode does not have slit viewer. The accuracy of slit position depends on the telescope tracking by AO system, or should be manually adjusted in case that AO cannot be used. 

 

 

(iii)   POLARIMETRY


 [2]  Description of Object list

 

 The objects should be defined in the section of in OPE file as follows.

#IMAGING
# AliasNAME=OBJECT="objectname" RA=hhmmss.sss DEC=sddmmss.ss EQUINOX=yyyy.y FIELD_PA=field_pa
#Spectroscopy
# AliasNAME=OBJECT="objectname" RA=hhmmss.sss DEC=sddmmss.ss EQUINOX=yyyy.y SLIT_PA=slit_pa
#Select Guide Star Mode (GSMODE) of AO observation for AO188+IRCS observation
#Natural Guide Star : GSMODE="NGS", Laser Guide Star : GSMODE="LGS"
# for examples
# Vega RA= 18:36:56.34 DEC=+38:47:01.29 (2000.0) PA=0 degree
# with AO188/NGS # VEGAIM=OBJECT="Vega" RA=183656.34 DEC=+384701.29 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 GSMODE="NGS"
# VEGASP=OBJECT="Vega" RA=183656.34 DEC=+384701.29 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=0.0 GSMODE="NGS"
# with AO188/LGS # VEGAIM=OBJECT="Vega" RA=183656.34 DEC=+384701.29 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 GSMODE="LGS"
# VEGASP=OBJECT="Vega" RA=183656.34 DEC=+384701.29 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=0.0 GSMODE="LGS"

<Parameter_List>

# for IMAGING
OBJ1_NGSAO=OBJECT="Lynx A1" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 GSMODE="NGS"
OBJ1_LGSAO=OBJECT="Lynx A1" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 GSMODE="LGS"
TT1_LGSAO=OBJECT="LGS TT guide star" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052258.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 GSMODE="LGS"

 

# for SPECTROSCOPY (GRISM, ECHELLE)
OBJ1S_NGSAO=OBJECT="Lynx A1" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 GSMODE="NGS"
OBJ1S_LGSAO=OBJECT="Lynx A1" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 GSMODE="LGS"
TT1S_LGSAO=OBJECT="LGS TT guide star" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052258.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 GSMODE="LGS"

 

  !!! For non-sidereal targets, !!!
# Object for IMAGING
MOON_IM=OBJECT="Moon" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA=0.0 COORD=FILE TARGET="08 Moon.dat" (**)

# Object for SPECTROSCOPY
MOON_SP=OBJECT="Moon" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00 EQUINOX=2000.0 SLIT_PA=0.0 COORD=FILE TARGET="08 Moon.dat"(**)
</Parameter_List >

  Notice:
    OBJ1(*1)=OBJECT="Lynx_A1" RA=053514.200 DEC=-052218.00(*2) EQUINOX=2000.0 FIELD_PA(*3)=0.0
   (*1) Just an alias name, which should be capital.

   (*2) RA=hhmmss.sss DEC=┬▒ddmmss.ss

   (*3) -. "FIELD_PA" means the position angle (degree) of the IRCS CAM array (Imaging). 

              The up direction of CAM image is north when FIELD_PA=90 with AO188. 
          -. "SLIT_PA" means the position angle (degree) of the IRCS slits for spectroscopic modes. 

              If SLIT_PA=0, the direction of slit length parallels  North-South direction.
          -. The position angle (PA) is defined as the angular offset in degrees relative to the
              north celestial pole. The PA is measured from North to East, counterclockwise direction.
           -.Defalut SLIT_PA is 0 degree. If the SLIT_PA is not 0 degree, the SLI_PA=<PA> should be
              included in the "GETOBJECT" command line.

 

  !!! For non-sidereal targets, !!!
    If you have a non-sidereal object, you should make the non-sidereal tracking file(**).
    Please see: http://www.naoj.org/Observing/Telescope/Tracking/NonSidereal/ .

    (**) "Moon.dat" is the file for non-sidereal tracking which you made.

 

 


 

[3]  Observation Procedure Script 

Generally, the one complete set of the observational script consists of three parts as follows:
(1) SETUPFIELD <$DEF_Mode> <$DEF_Mechanism> <$Object_name>
(2) CHECKFIELD <$DEF_Mode> <$DEF_Mechanism> <EXPTIME=sec>
(3) GETOBJECT <$DEF_OBSMode> <EXPTIME=sec> <DITH=arcsec> <COADDS=n> <NDUMMYREAD=n> <FIELD_PA or SLIT_PA=deg> <parameters depending on observational mode>

# For AO observation, TMODE (Tracking mode) should be indicated.
# TMODE=SID (for sidereal object), NON-SID (for non-sidereal object), ADI (for Angular Differential Imaging)

(i)    IMAGING

## for no-AutoGuider without AO ##

SetupField  $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1_NGSAO

CheckField  $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK EXPTIME=10

GetObject   $DEF_IMS5N EXPTIME=60 DITH=10.0 COADDS=1 NDUMMYREAD=0


## for with AO ##

# for Sidereal target : target object == TT guide star #

SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1_NGSAO TMODE=SID

SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1_LGSAO TMODE=SID


# for LGS when TT guide star != target object #

SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $TT1_LGSAO TMODE=SID

AO188_OFFSET_RADEC $DEF_AOLN $OBJ1_LGSAO


# for ADI mode #

SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1_NGSAO TMODE=ADI

SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1_LGSAO TMODE=ADI


#for all AO modes #

CheckField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK EXPTIME=10

GetObject  $DEF_IMS9A EXPTIME=60 DITH=3.0 COADDS=1 PIXSCALE=52MAS NDUMMYREAD=0 MODE=AOP


!!! For non-sidereal targets, !!!

# without AO #
SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $MOON TMODE="NON-SID"
CheckField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK EXPTIME=10
GetObject $DEF_IMS9N COORD=FILE EXPTIME=60 DITH=3.0 COADDS=1 NDUMMYREAD=0
# with AO #
SetupField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK $MOON TMODE="NON-SID"
CheckField $DEF_IMSTA $DEF_IMK EXPTIME=10
GetObject $DEF_IMS9A COORD=FILE EXPTIME=60 DITH=3.0 COADDS=1 PIXSCALE=52MAS NDUMMYREAD=0 MODE=AOP

                   $DEF_IMSTN     : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_IMSTA     : with AO188                

 

                The second parameter, $DEF_IMK, determines the mechanical setting (Filters and Pixel scale: 52mas, 20 mas)
                   (*) You can find the mechanism definition which you want in the "[A2] Mechanism Definition" section of this document.
                
                The third parameter is your object name defined in the object list section [1].

 

 

                 The first and second parameters are the same with those in the "SetupField".
                 The 3rd parameter defines the integration (exposure) time for test shot.

 

 

                     "EXPTIME" and "DITH" for the integration time in sec and dithering width in arcsecond.
                
                 The first parameter, e.g. $DEF_IMS5A, determines the dithering pattern and options as follows:    

 

                 [one frame]
                   $DEF_IMSTN     : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_IMSTA     : with AO188
                  [5 points dithering]
                   $DEF_IMS5N     : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_IMS5A     : with AO188
                  [9 points dithering]
                   $DEF_IMS9N     : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_IMS9A     : with AO188

                 (b) AO parameters: PIXSCALE= 52mas or 20 mas, MODE=TTNULL or AOP, TTSLEEP=3 (sec), TTSTEP= int(DITH/3)+1

                 (c) COORD=FILE should be set for non-sidereal target.


  (i')   L'-band Imaging

-< begin >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
                SetClock    $DEF_IRST  SLWCNT=1
                SetupField  ....                 
                CheckField  ....
                GetObject   .... NDUMMYREAD=0 ....
                SetClock     $DEF_IRST  SLWCNT=16
-< end >-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

          L'-band imaging is a special mode because the thermal background is too high.
          You should add two command lines to the nominal imaging procedure, which
          change IRCS clock pattern to decrease the shortest integration time from 0.41 s to 0.12 s.
          In addition, "NDUMMYREAD=0" must be inserted into "GetObject" line.

   


 (ii) Grism Spectroscopy

## for not using AutoGuider without AO ## 
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_NGS
CheckField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_GRK EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2N EXPTIME=120 DITH=7.0 COADDS=1 SLIT_PA=90.0             (;ABBA mode along the slit)
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2XS1N EXPTIME=120 DITH=0.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 RA_OFFSET=30 DEC_OFFSET=1800     (;Obj-Sky-Obj' mode)
GetObject  $DEF_GRSSN SCAN_PAT=[-0.3 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 -0.3 0 1] EXPTIME_SV=0.5  SLIT_PA=90.0 (;SlitScan mode)

## for with AO ##
# for target object == TT guide star #
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_NGSAO TMODE=SID
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_LGSAO TMODE=SID

# for LGS : target object != TT guide star #
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $TT1S_LGSAO TMODE=SID
AO188_OFFSET_RADEC $DEF_AOLN $OBJ1S_LGSAO

CheckField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_GRK EXPTIME=10
GetObject $DEF_GRD2A EXPTIME=120 DITH=7.0 COADDS=1 PIXSCALE=52MAS MODE=AOP  (; ABBA mode along the slit)
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2XS1A EXPTIME=120 DITH=3.0 RA_OFFSET=30 DEC_OFFSET=1800 MODE=AOP (; Obj-Sky-Obj' mode)
GetObject  $DEF_GRSSA SCAN_PAT=[-0.3 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 -0.3 0 1] EXPTIME_SV=0.5   (; SlitScan mode)

!!! For non-sidereal targets, !!!

# for without AO #

Please select "no-guiding" and add "COORD=FILE" as follows.


SetupField $DEF_GRSTN $DEF_IMK $MOON
CheckField $DEF_GRSTN $DEF_GRK EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2N EXPTIME=120 DITH=7.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 COORD=FILE

#for without AO
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $MOON TMODE="NON-SID"
CheckFIELD $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_GRK EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2N EXPTIME=120 DITH=7.0 COORD=FILE
# for with AO
SetupField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_IMK $MOON TMODE="NON-SID"
CheckField $DEF_GRSTA $DEF_GRK EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_GRD2A EXPTIME=120 DITH=7.0 COORD=FILE MODE=AOP

         

          The first parameter, $DEF_GRSTA, determines your observing mode options as follows:

                             $DEF_GRSTN  : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_GRSTA : with AO188

             (!) We don't recommend you to use no-guiding for GRISM spectroscopy mode.

         

         

 

 

              RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET are the offsets from the object to reach the sky position in RA and DEC (in arcsecond).
              DITH is the WIDTH between the positions of object along the slit before and after the sky position.

 

 

                (-0.3 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (-0.3 0 1)
 
                         |<------(-0.3")--------(object)
                         |----0.15"-->|----0.15"-->|---0.15"--->|---0.15"--->| 
                                                   |<-------(-0.3")----------|

                 Please set the exact scanning pattern in SCAN_PAT.
        
          (d) EXPTIME_SV sets the exposure time of the Slit Viewer (Camera side).   

 

                                   
          The first parameter, $DEF_GRD2V, determines the nodding pattern and options as follow:
          The last character of the 1st parameter means:
                      N: no-guiding, V: with auto-guiding, AN: with AO but without auto-guiding, AV: with both AO and auto-guiding

[One frame]
                   $DEF_GRSTN   : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_GRSTA  : with AO188

[A-B-B-A pattern: 2-points nodding along the slit]
                   $DEF_GRD2N
                   $DEF_GRD2A
[Object-Sky-Object for extended objects]
                   (Please set the RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET in GetObject command.)
                   $DEF_GRD2XS1N
                   $DEF_GRD2XS1A
[Object-Sky-Sky-Object for extended stars]
                   (Please set the RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET in GetObject command.)
                   $DEF_GRD2XS2N
                   $DEF_GRD2XS2A 

[Slit Scanning]
                   $DEF_GRSSA

 

 

 

(iii)  Echelle Spectroscopy

## for not using AutoGuider without AO ##

SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_ECJ_N $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_NGS
CheckField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_ECJ_N EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_ECD2N EXPTIME=300 DITH=2.5 SLIT_PA=90.0   (;ABBA mode along the slit)
GetObject  $DEF_ECD2XS2N EXPTIME=300 DITH=0.0 SLIT_PA=90.0 RA_OFFSET=30 DEC_OFFSET=1800 (;Obj-Sky-Object mode)
GetObject  $DEF_ECSSN SCAN_PAT=[-0.3 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 -0.3 0 1] EXPTIME_SV=0.5  SLIT_PA=90.0  (; SlitScan mode)

## for with AO ##
# for target obejct == TT guide star #
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_NGSAO TMODE=SID
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_LGSAO TMODE=SID

# for target obejct != TT guide star #
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $TT1S_LGSAO TMODE=SID
AO188_OFFSET_RADEC $DEF_AOLN $OBJ1S_LGSAO

# for ADI mode #
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_NGSAO TMODE=ADI
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $OBJ1S_LGSAO TMODE=ADI
# for All AO mode #
CheckField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_ECJ_N EXPTIME=10
GetObject $DEF_ECD2A EXPTIME=120 DITH=1.5 COADDS=1 PIXSCALE=52MAS MODE=AOP (;ABBA mode along the slit)
GetObject  $DEF_ECD2XS1A EXPTIME=120 DITH=3.0 RA_OFFSET=30 DEC_OFFSET=1800 MODE=AOP (; Obj-Sky-Obj mode)
GetObject  $DEF_ECSSA SCAN_PAT=[-0.3 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 0.15 120 1 -0.3 0 1] EXPTIME_SV=0.5  (; SlitScan mode)

!!! For non-sidereal targets, !!!

# for without AO #

Please select "no-guiding" and add "COORD=FILE" as follows.


SetupField $DEF_ECSTN $DEF_IMK $MOON
CheckField $DEF_ECSTN $DEF_ECJ_N EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_ECD2N EXPTIME=120 DITH=1.5 SLIT_PA=90.0 COORD=FILE

# for with AO
SetupField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_IMK $MOON TMODE="NON-SID"
CheckField $DEF_ECSTA $DEF_ECJ_N EXPTIME=10
GetObject  $DEF_ECD2A EXPTIME=120 DITH=1.5 COORD=FILE MODE=AOP

 

       

 

 

 

          

        The first parameter, $DEF_ECSTA, determines your observing mode options as follows:

 

                   $DEF_ECSTN     : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_ECSTA     : with AO188

        (!) We don't recommend you to use no-guiding for this mode.

      

 

        

(b) The nodding width depends on the slit length, seeing size, and target. If the target is a point source with seeing=FWHM arcsec and the margin to the edge of slit shoule be taken as (#*FWHM) arcsec, then the nodding width can be estimated as: 2*FWHM < DITH < slit_length - 2*(#*FWHM).

 

 

              RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET are the offsets from the object to reach the sky position in RA and DEC (in arcsecond).
              DITH is the WIDTH between the positions of object before and after the sky along the slit.

 

 

                    

    (-0.3 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (0.15 120 1) (-0.3 0 1)
 
                         |<------(-0.3")--------(object)
                         |----0.15"-->|----0.15"-->|---0.15"--->|---0.15"--->| 
                                                   |<-------(-0.3")----------|

 

 

                 Please set the exact scanning pattern in SCAN_PAT.
        
         (d) EXPTIME_SV sets the exposure time of the Slit Viewer (Camera side).                                      
                  

 

 

         

 

 The first parameter, $DEF_ECD2A, determines the nodding pattern and options as follow:
           The last character of the 1st parameter means:
           N: no-guiding,  A: with AO.

 


                 [One frame]
                   $DEF_ECSTN   : no-guiding (without auto-guiding)
                   $DEF_ECSTA   : with AO188

                  [A-B-B-A pattern: 2-points nodding along the slit]
                   $DEF_ECD2N
                   $DEF_ECD2A

                  [Object-Sky-Object for extended objects]
                   (Please set the RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET in GetObject command.)
                   $DEF_ECD2XS1N
                   $DEF_ECD2XS1A

                  [Object-Sky-Sky-Object for extended stars]
                   (Please set the RA_OFFSET and DEC_OFFSET in GetObject command.)
                   $DEF_ECD2XS2N
                   $DEF_ECD2XS2A

                  [Slit Scanning]
                   $DEF_ECSSA


[A1] Mechanism Definition (for $DEF_Mechanism in SetupField and CheckField commands)

 

[i] IMAGING 52 mas 20 mas
Broad Band Setting

 

Z-band DEF_IMZ DEF_IM20Z
J-band DEF_IMJ DEF_IM20J
H-band DEF_IMH DEF_IM20H
K-band DEF_IMK DEF_IM20K
K'-band DEF_IMKP DEF_IM20KP
H+K'-band DEF_IMHK DEF_IM20HK
L'-band DEF_IMLP DEF_IM20LP
M'-band -- DEF_IMMP
Narrow Band Setting

 

H-continuum DEF_IMHC DEF_IM20HC
[Fe II] DEF_IMFE DEF_IM20FE
K-continuum DEF_IMKC DEF_IM20KC
H2O Ice DEF_IMH2O DEF_IM20H2O
PAH DEF_IMPAH DEF_IM20PAH
H2 1-0 DEF_IMH210 DEF_IM20H210
CH4 SHORT DEF_IMCH4S DEF_IM20CH4S
CH4 LONG DEF_IMCH4L DEF_IM20CH4L
Br_Alpha Continuum DEF_IMBRAC DEF_IM20BRAC
Br_Alpha DEF_IMBRA

DEF_IM20BRA

Br_gamma DEF_IMBRG DEF_IM20BRG
With Coronagraphic masks (0.8", 0.6", 0.15")Attach "_MSK" at the end (e.g. DEF_IMZ_MSK, ...) Attach "_MSK" at the end (e.g. DEF_IM20Z_MSK, ...)

[ii] GRISM SPECTROSCOPY

 

There are two reflective slits and the slit widths are as follows:
         Refl_4  : 0.3", 0.15", 0.1", 0.225"
         Refl_3W : 0.9", 0.45", 0.6"

52 mas    (w/ Refl_3W slit,  w/ Refl_4 slit ) 20 mas   (w/ Refl_4 slit )
JH GRISM  DEF_GRJH,  DEF_GRJH_N
HK GRISM DEF_GRHK, DEF_GRHK_N
Iz DEF_GRIZ,  DEF_GRIZ_N  DEF_GR20IZ
zJ DEF_GRZJ,  DEF_GRZJ_N DEF_GR20ZJ
J DEF_GRJ,    DEF_GRJ_N DEF_GR20J
H DEF_GRH,   DEF_GRH_N DEF_GR20H
K DEF_GRK,   DEF_GRK_N DEF_GR20K
L DEF_GRL,   DEF_GRL_N DEF_GR20L
PRISMDEF_PRW,  DEF_PRW_N    DEF_PRKL_N,  DEF_PRKL (w/ Refl_3W slit)

 

[iii] ECHELLE SPECTROSCOPY  O.54" Slit 0.27" Slit 0.14" Slit
Iz DEF_ECIZ_W DEF_ECIZ_M DEF_ECIZ_N
zJ DEF_EC_ZJ_W DEF_ECZJ_M DEF_ECZJ_N
J DEF_ECJ_W DEF_ECJ_M DEF_ECJ_N
H- DEF_ECHM_W DEF_ECHM_M DEF_ECHM_N
H+ DEF_ECHP_W DEF_ECHP_M DEF_ECHP_N
K- DEF_ECKM_W DEF_ECKM_M DEF_ECKM_N
K+ DEF_ECKP_W DEF_ECKP_M DEF_ECKP_N
K* DEF_ECKH2_W DEF_ECKH2_M DEF_ECKH2_N
LA- DEF_ECLAM_W DEF_ECLAM_M DEF_ECLAM_N
LA0 DEF_ECLAZ_W DEF_ECLAZ_M DEF_ECLAZ_N
LA+ DEF_ECLAP_W DEF_ECLAP_M DEF_ECLAP_N
LB- DEF_ECLBM_W DEF_ECLBM_M DEF_ECLBM_N
LB0 DEF_ECLBZ_W DEF_ECLBZ_M DEF_ECLBZ_N
LB+ DEF_ECLBP_W DEF_ECLBP_M DEF_ECLBP_N
M-- DEF_ECMMM_W DEF_ECMMM_M DEF_ECMMM_N
M- DEF_ECMM_W DEF_ECMM_M DEF_ECMM_N
M+ DEF_ECMP_W DEF_ECMP_M DEF_ECMP_N
M++ DEF_ECMPP_W DEF_ECMPP_M DEF_ECMPP_N
H for [Fe II] lines (ECH=3610, XDS=-300) DEF_ECHFE_W DEF_ECHFE_M DEF_ECHFE_N
K for H2 lines (ECH=6450, XDS=500)DEF_ECKH2_WDEF_ECKH2_MDEF_ECKH2_N
L for CH4 lines (ECH=1200, XDS=670)DEF_ECLCH_WDEF_ECLCH_MDEF_ECLCH_N
L for H3+ lines  (ECH=8350, XDS=2912)DEF_ECLH3_WDEF_ECLH3_MDEF_ECLH3_N
L for C2H6  lines (ECH=3350, XDS=250)
DEF_ECLC2H6_WDEF_ECLC2H6_MDEF_ECLC2H6_N
L for CH4 lines (2) (ECH=7350, XDS=-200)DEF_ECLCH4_WDEF_ECLCH4_MDEF_ECLCH4_N
L for H2OIce (ECH=8150, XDS=1200)DEF_ECLH2O_WDEF_ECLH2O_MDEF_ECLH2O_N
M for CO  (ECH=8200, XDS=-5500)DEF_ECMCO_WDEF_ECMCO_MDEF_ECMCO_N

 

 

 

!! Customized set-up is available. Please see the following URL for detail information.
       http://www.naoj.org/staff/pyo/Esimulator/README
 

 

 


 

 [A2] OPE file (Template)