Observations for the 2016 B-configuration are now complete. This brings our total observing time to 610 hours. Only 2 more B-configurations to go!
Observations for the 2016 B-configuration have commenced.
Today marks the public release of a new CASA task called invgain. This task will invert the gain solutions in a caltable. Invgain is needed to enable direction-dependent calibration for peeling outlier sources in our field of view.
Observations from the 2015 B-configuration are now complete with all data reduced. This brings our total observing time to an exciting 396 hours.
Observations for the 2015 B-configuration have commenced.
Today marks the public release of a new CASA flagging task called pieflag. This task was initially developed to operate in our high quality data reduction pipeline.
Today marks the public release of a new CASA task called plot3d. This enables quick inspection of data for RFI by plotting time vs frequency vs amplitude in a rotatable 3D view. Plot3d was initially developed for our data reduction pipeline.
Observations from the 2013/2014 B-configuration are now complete, kickstarting our survey with 180 hours of observing time.
First light! Observations for CHILES Con Pol have begun.