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Paper: JWST/MIRI Data Reduction and Products
Volume: 512, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XXV
Page: 371
Authors: Bright, S. N.; Gordon, K. D.; Chen, C. H.; Lajoie, R.; Azzollini, R.; Bergeron, L.; Bouchet, P.; Bouwman, J.; Cracraft, M.; Fischer, S.; Friedman, S. D.; Garcia-Marin, M.; Glasse, A.; Glauser, A.M.; Goodson, G. B.; Greene, T. P.; Hines, D.C.; Khorrami, M. A.; Lahuis, F.; Lajoie, C.-P.; Meixner, M. E.; Morrison, J.E.; O'Sullivan, B.; Pontoppidan, K. M.; Regan, M. W.; Ressler, M. E.; Rieke, G. H.; Scheithauer, S.; Walker, H.; Wright, G. S.
Abstract: The Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) is one of four science instruments to be flown aboard the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). MIRI operates from 5 to 28.5 microns and provides a suite of versatile capabilities including imaging, low-resolution spectroscopy (LRS), medium-resolution spectroscopy (MRS) via an integral field unit, and coronagraphy. The MIRI pipeline consists of three stages: 1) Raw to Slope Images, 2) Calibrated Slope Images, and 3) Multiple Exposures Combined. The pipeline is designed to provide well-calibrated, high level data products that maximize the scientific return from the instrument.
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