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Presented below are a number of Jupyter Notebooks designed to help understand how to create MIRI simulations with MIRISim:These Jupyter notebooks create scenes and do simple simulations for each othe light paths through MIRISim. These notebooks must be started from a terminal which is in the mirisim anaconda environment.
MIRISim is being developed by the MIRI European Consortium, with significant contributors at the UK Astronomy Technology Center (UK ATC); CEA Service d\x92Astrophysique, Saclay, France; Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS); and the Max Planck Institute fur Astronomie (MPIA).The miri software tools have been developed by the MIRI EC team as part of the JWST/MIRI consortium, which includes the following organisations: Ames Research Center, USA; Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy; CEA Service d\x92Astrophysique, Saclay, France; Centre Spatial de Liege, Belgium; Consejo Superior de Investigacones Cientificas, Spain; Danish Space Research Institute; Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ireland; EADS Astrium, Ltd., European Space Agency, Netherlands; UK; Institute d\x92Astrophysique Spatiale, France; Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aerospacial, Spain; Institute of Astronomy, Zurich, Switzerland; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA; Laboratoire d\x92Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), France; Lockheed Advanced Technology Center, USA; Max-Planck-Insitut fur Astronomie (MPIA), Heidelberg, Germany; Observatoire de Paris, France; Observatory of Geneva, Switzerland; Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland; Physikalishes Institut, Bern, Switzerland; Raytheon Vision Systems, USA; Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), UK; Space Telescope Science Institute, USA; Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek (TNOTPD), Netherlands; UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UKATC); University College, London, UK; University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; University of Arizona, USA; University of Cardiff, UK; University of Cologne, Germany; University of Groningen, Netherlands; University of Leicester, UK; University of Leiden, Netherlands; University of Leuven, Belgium; University of Stockholm, Sweden, Utah State University USA.
|ipynb||Creating_a_scene.ipynb||manage||12 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:28||PamelaKlaassen||Scene Generation (python 3)|
|ipynb||Galaxy_example_make_skycube.ipynb||manage||10 K||02 Feb 2018 - 17:32||PamelaKlaassen||Create a FITS cube from SkySim?|
|ipynb||Inputs_to_SkySim.ipynb||manage||34 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:28||PamelaKlaassen||SkySim? Inputs (python 3)|
|MIRISim.pdf||manage||2 MB||25 Oct 2018 - 07:42||PamelaKlaassen||MIRISim User Guide|
|ipynb||MIRISim_IMA_walkthrough.ipynb||manage||75 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:27||PamelaKlaassen||Imager Walkthrough|
|ipynb||MIRISim_LRS-slit_walkthrough.ipynb||manage||83 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:28||PamelaKlaassen||LRS (Slit) Walkthrough|
|ipynb||MIRISim_LRS-slitless_walkthrough.ipynb||manage||65 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:29||PamelaKlaassen||LRS (Slitless) walkthrough|
|ipynb||MIRISim_MRS_walkthrough.ipynb||manage||115 K||08 Oct 2020 - 15:29||PamelaKlaassen||MRS walkthrough|
|ipynb||Make_FITScube_from_scene.ipynb||manage||9 K||15 Nov 2018 - 08:41||PamelaKlaassen||Make a FITS cube from a Scene (Python 3)|
|miri_datamodels.pdf||manage||388 K||29 Oct 2018 - 10:51||StevenBeard||MIRI_datamodels (29 October 2018)|
|miri_tools.pdf||manage||152 K||29 Oct 2018 - 10:51||StevenBeard||miri_tools (29 October 2018)|