July 31, 2017 to August 3, 2017
Royal Observatory of Belgium
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Current status of the LAMOST Survey Strategy System and 2D pipeline

Jul 31, 2017, 11:00 AM
40m
Meridian Room (Royal Observatory of Belgium)

Meridian Room

Royal Observatory of Belgium

Av. Circulaire - 3 - Ringlaan 1180 Brussels
Invited Review 1 Current Status of the LAMOST and the LAMOST-Kepler Project 1 Current Status of the LAMOST and the LAMOST-Kepler Project

Speaker

Dr Haotong Zhang (National Astronomical observatories of China, CAS)

Description

I will review the current status of LAMOST Survey Strategy System(SSS) and the 2D data reduction pipeline. LAMOST SSS is a pipeline to allocate the fibers to the targets on the sky, it is designed to obtain the best survey efficiency, considering the limitation of the telescope and user requirement(such as the object priority). LAMOST SSS has been working steadily for five years, most of the structures are fixed but minor features are kept updating to make the software more easy to use. LAMOST 2D pipeline is the software to extract 1D spectra from the 2D image. As the pipeline is closely related to the hardware and observation, we have spent a lot of time to understand the hardware characteristics in order to improve the software. I will introduce the recent improvement and the corresponding test results of the 2D pipeline.

Primary author

Dr Haotong Zhang (National Astronomical observatories of China, CAS)

Co-authors

Dr Guangwei Li (NAOC) Dr Hailong Yuan (NAOC) Dr Yajuan Lei (NAOC) Mr Yiqiao Dong (NAOC) Dr Zhongrui Bai (NAOC)

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