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'Highly Processed Data Products' (HPDP) are the result of further processing beyond the pipeline and/or using new, refined algorithms. Several projects have been undertaken by the ISO Data Centre, in collaboration with the national instrument data centres, for systematic data reduction of specific instrument modes, that produce homogeneous sets of HPDP. They include processed IMAGES and SPECTRA, object CATALOGS, and spectral and image ATLASES. The list of Highly Processed Data Products currently available is given below. To query and download these data, access the ISO Data Archive here
This atlas contains 12 micron images of a representative sample of 75 Bright Spiral Galaxies chosen from the Revised Shapley-Ames Catalog. A Catalog with fluxes at 12 microns with different apertures has been produced.
All CAM LW-CVF have been processed. Zodiacal light subtraction and stray light from uniform illumination correction are the main improvements. Final images are corrected for distortion and in some cases an astrometric correction is suggested.
CAM CVF spectra are extracted for 42 YSO candidates identified in an imaging spectroscopy survey of Young Stellar Objects in four low-mass star formation regions: RCrA, rho Ophiuchi, Serpens and Chamaeleon I.
These 62 L03 reduced observations include subtraction of dark currents and straylight; interactive shifting of the miniscans; correction for FP side order contamination; improved detector responsivity drift correction; extended FP throughput calibration.
All LWS L01 observations (1791) have been processed with an automatic pipeline, including de-glitching, de-fringing, correction for NIR-leak and SW1 double-peaked features and scan averaging. New flags provide information and warnings about the spectra.
This catalogue consists of 4 manually reduced LWS observations of asteroids and background measurements. Special effort was put into the accurate dark current substraction, responsivity calibration and deglitching.
This catalogue consists of 53 manually reduced LWS observations of asteroids and background measurements. Special effort was put into the accurate dark current substraction, responsivity calibration and deglitching.
An Atlas of combined SWS+LWS spectra of 43 compact HII regions in the Galaxy, including information on physical parameters, line fluxes, chemical abundances and an inventory of the dust and ice features detected.
LWS01 spectra of stars that are bright in the near IR can show broad spectral features at ~53 and ~103 microns, due to a near-infrared leak. A template profile has been removed from the L01 observations known to be affected by this caveat.
This catalogue contains 124 ISOPHOT observations (184 measurements) of a sample of 63 galaxies later than S0 selected from the Virgo Cluster Catalogue of Bingelli, Sandage, & Tamman. Galaxies were observed in P32 mode with the C100/C200 detectors.
This catalogue contains 399 ISOPHOT observations (772 measurements) of 353 compact objects. They were observed in chopped mode with the C200 detectors after revolution 95 (these objects were observed with the C100 array as well).
This catalogue contains 155 ISOPHOT observations (168 measurements) of 11 compact solar-system objects (planets or asteroids). They were observed in mini-map mode with the C100/C200 detectors after revolution 95.
This catalogue contains 429 PHT observations (555 measurements). It includes all main-sequence stars observed in mini-map mode with C100/C200 after revolution 95, and some giant stars from the ISOPHOT standard lists. A few 1D-scans are also included.
406 PHT40 observations have been reprocessed with an upgraded version of OLPV10.1. A significant reduction in the noise of the continuum is achieved using a bi-weight mean deglitching algorithm. The resulting spectra are smoother and closer to the models.
847 P22 mini-maps have been reprocessed with an upgraded version of OLPV10.1. The same calib files were used, so the photometry is expected to be identical. However, the algorithm to derive the flux densities has now been implemented in the pipeline code.
This atlas consists of PHT 2.5-12 micron spectra of all normal galaxies in the IDA with a classified optical morphology: 87 galaxies ranging from ellipticals to spirals to dwarf irregulars. These are relatively nearby galax. without strong interaction.
The full grating scan SWS01 data, reprocessed and defringed. For the SWS01 speeds 3 and 4, the spectral resolution is increased over the pipeline processing. Browse products are derived. A catalogue is provided, listing noise and average flux per AOTBAND.
An atlas of SWS spectra (2.36-4.1 microns) of ~300 stars at resolution 1500-2000 aimed at extending the MK spectral classification to the near infrared. The bulk of the observations were performed during a dedicated campaign after helium depletion.
This catalogue contains 66 observations of asteroids and 32 of planetary satellites made with the SWS spectrometer in the wavelength range between 2.38um to 29.0um (SWS bands 1A to 3E) in mode AOT06. Of these,65 were reprocessed with up-to-date techniques
All valid SWS full-scan spectra, systematically processed from the last stage of the pipeline software. Most of these can be searched in a catalogue, including a spectral classification system (Kraemer et al., 2002).
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