shows up to date measurements of the sensitivity
parameter. Sensitivity is determined by observing standard star and
extrapolating to estimate the limiting flux expected in 1 hour
"on-source" integration of a point-source detected with S/N of
10. It's given in units: mJy at 10 sigma in 1 hr. Only data taken in
filter PAH1 and pixel-field-of-view 0.075 (SF) as well as 0.127 (IF)
are selected. The data points correspond to observations in all kinds
of ambient conditions, from weather flag "G" (good), "F" (fair), "P"
(poor), to "S" (sorry).
Click on any of the plots to see a close-up version.
If applicable, the latest values from Paranal ops logs are plotted as blue dots. More information about those values, including a download option, is available in the OPS column.
The latest date is indicated on top of the plot, data points belonging to that 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
"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