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Based on Japanese Patent J2001, 253050, A, I constructed an approximate optical model for the Canon EF f/2.0L 200-mm lens. I can’t know for sure if this model matches the constructed hardware, but the model is a good starting point.
A new MOSFIRE data reduction pipeline has been released. See the release notes.
Thanks Avishay Gal-Yam et al. for a shout out to SED Machine in their recent Nature paper “A Wolf–Rayet-like progenitor of SN 2013cu from spectral observations of a stellar wind“. They even go so far as to simulate what the SED Machine spectrum of a 2013cu-like event will look like:
I’m attending The transient universe as seen by iPTF and ZTF meeting in Stockholm Sweden. Discussion will range from circumstellar interaction, cosmology, and asteroid science to details about the iPTF, and ZTF surveys. I’m keen to learn about all anticipated used of SED Machine!
The SED Machine delivered its first public classifications. The instrument team (Nick, Robert, and Sagi) had a beautiful four night run in early May. A student and postdoc from the National Central University in Taiwan were also there to watch SED Machine operations. On the nights of 3 and 4 May 2014 we posted Atel #6113 and Atel #6114. Atel 6114 was particularly sweet as the classification was generated within 20 minutes of the complete exposure.