ESO data reduction pipeline for the SINFONI instrument
DescriptionThis is the data reduction pipeline for the SINFONI instrument of the Very Large Telescope (VLT) from the European Southern Observatory (ESO). SINFONI is a near-infrared (1.1 - 2.45 µm) integral field spectrograph fed by an adaptive optics module, currently installed at the Cassegrain focus of UT4. The spectrograph operates with 4 gratings (J, H, K, H+K) providing a spectral resolution around 2000, 3000, 4000 in J, H, K, respectively, and 1500 in H+K - each wavelength band fitting fully on the 2048 pixels of the Hawaii 2RG (2kx2k) detector in the dispersion direction. The spatial resolution is selectable from 0.25", 0.1" to 0.025" per image slice, which corresponds to a field-of-view of 8"x8", 3"x3", or 0.8"x0.8" respectively. The instrument can be also used for seeing limited open loop observations.
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