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Last update: 2024-06-25T05:22:07 (UT)
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same group: Max_LM_OO Max_N_OO Max_LM_II Max_N_II OPD_LM OPD_N
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Report news: 2021-09-28 For night time observations the OPD must be stable to around 20 microns (for 1% accuracy) [qc_matisse@eso.org]
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1 QC1DB MEDIAN 5.57 microns none  64 max_opd this | last_yr | all Maximum OPD (6 baselines) - HAWAII R2G (MATISSE-LM) - LOW OUT-OUT
2 QC1DB MEDIAN 4.36 microns none  22 max_opd this | last_yr | all Maximum OPD (6 baselines) - MED OUT-OUT
3 QC1DB MEDIAN 10.5 microns none  4 max_opd this | last_yr | all Maximum OPD (6 baselines) - L - HIGH OUT-OUT
4 QC1DB MEDIAN   microns none  0 max_opd this | last_yr | all Maximum OPD (6 baselines) - L - HIGH+ OUT-OUT
5 QC1DB MEDIAN   microns none  0 max_opd this | last_yr | all Maximum OPD (6 baselines) - M - HIGH+ OUT-OUT
*Data sources: QC1DB: QC1 database; LOCAL: local data source
Plot 1
scores: not implemented
data source:matisse_visibilities
(QC1 database)
dataset:max_opd
median:5.57microns
thresholds:none 
N_data plotted:64
[click plot for closeup]
Plot 2
scores: not implemented
data source:matisse_visibilities
(QC1 database)
dataset:max_opd
median:4.36microns
thresholds:none 
N_data plotted:22
[click plot for closeup]
Plot 3
scores: not implemented
data source:matisse_visibilities
(QC1 database)
dataset:max_opd
median:10.5microns
thresholds:none 
N_data plotted:4
[click plot for closeup]
Plot 4
scores: not implemented
data source:matisse_visibilities
(QC1 database)
dataset:max_opd
median:no datamicrons
thresholds:none 
N_data plotted:0
[click plot for closeup]
Plot 5
scores: not implemented
data source:matisse_visibilities
(QC1 database)
dataset:max_opd
median:no datamicrons
thresholds:none 
N_data plotted:0
[click plot for closeup]
This plot

The averaged OPD is calculated per baseline for the different input raw files.
The maximum of the averaged OPD for the 6 baselines is plotted here.
Specifications are 100 microns/8h for MATISSE-LM and 300 for MATISSE-N.
The OPD must be stable to 20 microns to achieve less than 1% contrast loss during the night.
The max OPD for each baseline is plotted under OPD_LM and OPD_N (both for OUT-OUT and IN-IN configurations of the BCD)  


General information

Click on any of the plots to see a close-up version.

The latest date is indicated on top of the plot.

If configured,

  • data points belonging to the latest date are specially marked
  • statistical averages are indicated by a solid line, and thresholds by broken lines
  • outliers are marked by a red asterisk. They are defined as data points outside the threshold lines
  • "aliens" (= data points outside the plot Y limits) are marked by a red arrow ( or )
  • you can download the data for each parameter set if the 'Data downloads' link shows up