Opens Supercam SDFITS files for reading, and writes out the spectra in ACSIS format.
Metadata are converted to appropriate FITS headers. The Supercam spectra must have been
DIRECTORY = _CHAR (Read)
Directory for output ACSIS files. A NULL
value will use the current working directory. This command will create a subdir in this directory
named after the observation number.
IN = GROUP (Read)
Name of the input SDFITS files to be
MSG_FILTER = _CHAR (Read)
Control the verbosity of the application. Values can be
NONE (no messages), QUIET (minimal messages), NORMAL, VERBOSE, DEBUG or ALL.
Whilst this command does a reasonable job of converting common data to ACSIS format it still has to
undergo extensive testing to ensure that it is always doing the correct thing.
The ORAC-DR recipe defaults to REDUCE_SCIENCE.
SUPERCAM data are written as one SDFITS file for every on-the-fly spectrum. Each file has one
spectrum from each of the 64 receptors. A full observation can therefore consist of many files.
SMURF: MAKECUBE, GSD2ACSIS;
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