NSRL Data Library for Run 14A
This is the data repository for transferring data files out of NSRL.
The following images were obtained when placing the Orion Starshoot G3 Camera in the NSRL beam with 5.2 second exposures.
The camera was exposed to beams of protons, Silicon and Iron ions so far. There are stored images of the following ions and energies
The camera was oriented in the beam so that it could be rotated with respect to the incident beam angle. Some exposure series were taken with the camera CCD in the horizontal plane and rotated so that the beam traveled along the rows, columns, and diagonals of the CCD pixels. For other exposures, the CCD was oriented in the vertical plane, and rotated so that the beam struck the CCD at normal incidence, grazing incidence and angles in between. Note: in the 1000 MeV/n Si ion series of images, the files are named to indicate the orientation: i.e. Si1000_1_nn the _1_ indicates normal incidence, and a _2_ indicates grazing incidence.
The files are in FIT format, and can be read using the public software DS9 (Download at http://ds9.si.edu/site/Home.html) or ImageJ (http://imagej.nih.gov/ij/download.html). For ease of viewing, the FIT files have been converted to PNG format. They are grouped by ion species, and energy.
For help in downloading this information, contact the NSRL Liaison Physicist 631-344-3072.
Last Modified: June 26, 2014