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[INFO] Beta values: 2.80-2.80
There are various way to create a fsf model, by fitting a point source or by using the external
There are various way to create a fsf model, by fitting a point source or by using the external
PSF reconstruction module `muse_psfrec`.
Using a star in the field of view
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Using psfrec
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If the MUSE observations have been done in GLAO WFM mode, then one can get a fsf model
If the MUSE observations have been done in GLAO WFM mode, then one can get a fsf model
from the AO telemetry information saved in the raw data.
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[INFO] Compute PSF with seeing=0.58 GL=0.48 L0=14.40
[INFO] Using three lasers mode
[INFO] Compute PSF with seeing=0.58 GL=0.49 L0=16.65
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[INFO] Compute PSF with seeing=0.69 GL=0.46 L0=15.24
[INFO] Compute PSF with seeing=0.67 GL=0.56 L0=15.86
[DEBUG] 01: Seeing 0.69,0.69,0.70,0.69 GL 0.64,0.65,0.64,0.63 L0 18.34,19.04,17.48,20.07
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[DEBUG] Fitting polynomial on FWHM (lbda) and Beta(lbda)
If the MUSE observations have been done in GLAO WFM mode, then one can get a fsf model
If the MUSE observations have been done in GLAO WFM mode, then one can get a fsf model
from the AO telemetry information saved in the raw data.
.. warning::
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