- Sarah Kendrew
- Stephan Birkmann
- Brian Brooks
- Nikolay Nikolov
- Everett Schlawin
- Nestor Espinoza
- Leonardo Ubeda
- Knicole Colon
- Achrène Dyrek
- News & Announcements (all).
- TSO WG work updates:
(a) TSO visits/schedule monitor (Nikolov)
(b) Non-linearity as measured by TSOs (Espinoza)
(c) 1/f noise work updates (Espinoza)
(d) Zodiacal background measurements (all)
- Deeper dive into MIRI TSO performance (Sarah)
- Instrument roundtable check-in (all).
1. News & announcements
|TSO work tasks updates|
2. TSO visit/schedule monitor (Nikolay Nikolov )
|Still working through it, nothing to report.|
|3. Non-linearity as measured by TSOs (Espinoza)|
Comparing non-linearity offsets across datasets seems the errors/offsets are the same accross datasets
|4. Zodiacal background measurements||all|
Nikolay Nikolov shares that the idea is to look at the background impact of a fainter star like HAT-P-14b. They are thinking on observing that.
Nestor Espinoza a NIRISS/SOSS program is going to get in.
|MIRI TSO Performance|
Nikolay Nikolov asks whether there are calibration ideas similar to what is done on HST/WFC3, as to do "pre-flashing" versus "not"? Sarah Kendrew it seems its much harder to do with JWST than with Spitzer — slew time is longer; by the time you slew from bright star to target effect might be gone. If this is indeed the case, the solution would be to park the filter with a suitable filter.
Nestor Espinoza reports some SOSS observations that failed during the weekend. All is solved now, issues has been identified.
|2 mins||4. Closing Remarks|