- What is a "tilt" event? Read the description for TSO'ers in JDox.
- Can I report a "tilt" event in public data that is not in the list below? Yes, please! Please reach Reach out to Nestor Espinoza if you find one and he'll tabulate it below.
- Can I report a "tilt" event of my propietary data? Yes, that would be fantastic. However, we need direct consent from the PI(s) of the program to tabulate it below. If you have a reference (e.g., a published paper), even better. Please reach out to Nestor Espinoza if you find one and he'll tabulate it below.
|Date||Target||PID / Obs||Instrument(s) used for detection||Detection method||Status||Comments|
|2022-05-02||Transit of HAT-P-14b||1442 / 1||NIRcam SW/LW + FGS|
Flux "jump" (in NIRCam and FGS), FWHM "jump", centroid "jump"
|See Schlawin+2022. Event at about 2459701.94 JD. Event identified to be on C6 and C1 segments.|
|2022-06-08||Transit of HAT-P-14b||1541 / 1||NIRISS/SOSS||Flux "bumps" (both in Order 1 and 2), FWHM|
This seems to be a different tilt event flavor, with a trend in the FWHM rather than a jump in it. Various analyses done by Nestor Espinoza. It doesn't appear on FGS telemetry flux count.
|2022-06-21||Transit of WASP-96b||2734 / 2||NIRISS/SOSS (+ FGS?)||FWHM "jump", but no apparent impact on white-light photometry.|
This event didn't produce a measurable flux "bump", but it shows a clear FWHM "jump" signature. FGS shows what appears to be a small (500 ppm) flux jump at 2459751.86 JD — but the BJD TDB time for the event in SOSS is about 2459751.88 — so a 30-min difference.
|2022-07-30||Transit of WASP-39b||1366 / 3||NIRSpec/BOTS G395H + FGS||Flux "jump", FWHM "jump", centroid "jump".|
|2022-08-11||Eclipse of WASP-18b||1366 / 21||NIRISS/SOSS + FGS||Flux "jump", FWHM "jump", centroid "jump".|
|Tilt event seems to be very small, suggesting (again) SOSS is very sensitive to these. FWHM jump is obvious in the data. Event likely on B6 segment.|