RFBG Commissioning with Adaptive Secondary - 21 March 2010 UT

Night 2: Working on the Shell Shape and Active Optics

Observer: JHill, JStorm (LBTO) plus ARakich, DMiller (Tucson)
Telescope Operator: WWack
Software:
Instrument Support::
Telescope Support: MMidkiff
Adaptive Support:: LFini, MXompero (LBTO)

Summary

Lots of things got fixed compared to last night. We improved the collimation and had guider images as good as 0.5 arcsec FWHM with IDL active optics.

Had some RIPs (resting) of the shell at the beginning, but Marco figured out a way to stabilize it for the second half of the night.

We see jumps of up to 4000 nm Z6 as the shell moves from moderate to high elevations. Will try to map that tomorrow night along with a collimation model. (Z6 measured in M1 PSF units.)

Estimate that we are 25% of the way through the AGW Commissioning activities.

Approximate Plan for Tomorrow Night

Test Active Mode on Patched GCS

Measure Astigmatism and Collimation as a function of Elevation

Test Luca's command to put low-order Zernikes on the shell

Modify transtar.cl to have the option of IDL collimation. (less important if GCS is patched)

Test the initial transform

Take initial field aberration data

Preparations

Paul patched OSS to correct Issue 2615, so DX M3 is alive and functional.

Torsten corrected the significant parts of Issue 2618.

Chris patched IIF to correct Issue 2619.

Issue 2620 has dissappeared after another OSS restart.

Marco has succeeded in flattening the shell at zenith in the afternoon. It is +1 degC, so significantly warmer that when we were observing last night.

Andrew and John discussed the alignment.

Piero sent us a reference image of a Romulan warbird for calibration purposes. See attachment on Com20100320.

Details

Open

01:30 Open T=-4.6 D=-18.4 Scattered thin cirrus, light wind. Heavier cirrus off to the west.

01:52 pointto Pollux TRACK - Pupil looks much better than last night.

WIKI won't let me (jhill) login from Firefox on LBTO@obs2. It works for me on my laptop and for other people. LBTO's firefox configuration is seriously screwed up. Tried restarting it 3 times. Firefox works OK from other accounts.

KEEPING LOG in emacs for the rest of the night. Will paste it into WIKI later. Done The file was /home/LBTO/20100321.log if you are urgently wanting to read it.

02:05 EL=75 *IE=-100 CA=-90*
DX M2 TOTAL X=-0.5 Y=-3.63 Z=1.3 RX=-120 RY=-640 (from last night's initial adjustment)

Z=0.8
takepic 0.02 020947
takeseq 0.02 100 02xxxx cube 4

Z=3.0
takepic 0.02 021446

2:17 In consultation with Andrew Increase M2 Xglobal from -0.5 to +2.5 mm, while simultaneously reducing M2 RYglobal from -640 to -120 arcsec. Pupil now looks like a round pupil with some scalloping at the edges.

Adjust CA=-57 IE=-112

Intra/Extrafocal Images

M2 Zglobal = 0.8 mm

takepic 0.02 022535
takeseq 0.02 100 cube 6

offset 100 0 to get sky (failed because preset inactive)

CA 0 to get sky

takeseq 0.02 100 cube 7 blank sky

M2 Zglobal = 3.0 mm

takeseq 0.02 100 cube 008 (too close to focus)

Focus is near 2.25 mm

M2 Zglobal = 3.5 mm

takeseq 0.02 100 023156 cube 009

02:35 pointto BS9131 ACQUIRE gs=0 PAM-

Rotator drops to velocity mode

Testing GCS Guiding and Active Optics

02:3x pointto BS9131 ACQUIRE gs=0 PAM- - only displaying a postage stamp in GCSGUI

02:42 pointto M5_0314 gs=0 ACQUIRE - Adjust CA=30.

Acquire movie is only giving us a 5x5 arcsec postage stamp.

02:50 pointto M5_0314 gs=0 GUIDE

Stop GCSR

02:53 pointto M5_0314 gs=0 GUIDE

Set ROI in AIP_IRTC_R_guidecam.ini to 1 536 1 528 1 1 See Issue 2621.

Restart GCSR

03:1x pointto BS9134 ACTIVE (but no corrections are sent)

03:20:07 ----> GCSR message subimage could not be created. See Issue 2622.

Testing IDL Active Optics

03:20 pointto BS9134 GUIDE

working in /OldRepository/AGW_Data/100321/

AGW_COLLIMATE, but there is no starlight in wfsc 0001. This is because the mountain copy of agw_wfsc_image.pro was hardwired to read the left AGW. John fixed that just as Doug was joining us from home.

wfsc00002 has spots but needs alignment parameters. Did John mistype the initialization commands?

03:30 something is stuck, AZ? (in hindsight, it was the rotator)

03:33 pointto M5_0328 TRACK - failed - rotator not movable

03:35 pointto M5_0328 gs=0 TelM="TRACK" EL=81 Adjust IE=-114 CA=-54

Focus is near Z=1.8

03:42 pointto M5_0328 gs=0 TelM="TRACK" PAM-

Change RX from -120 to -360 arcsec to correct coma. Change IE to -65

Sending Low-order Zernikes to the Adaptive Shell

Preparing for Marco to add some astigmatism to M2. These numbers are recorded as absolutes regardless of whether Marco may have been applying relative changes.

+1.0 micron Z6 (really Z7) makes alot of coma in the image. (was zero-based numbering)

0.5 micron Z6

1.0 micron Z6

3.0 micron Z6 makes it more elongated

-1.5 micron Z6 - slightly too much

-1.3 micron Z6 - this is a good value. Save this shape.

Seeing is destroyed

+3.0 micron Z5 - gives diagonal elongation as expected

0.0 micron Z5

Testing Active Optics with IDL

04:02 pointto BS9142 gs=0 TelM="GUIDE" - out of focus.

04:05 pointto BS9142 gs=0 TelM="GUIDE" - rotator is not movable

04:08 pointto BS9142 gs=0 TelM="GUIDE" - now guiding on a trefoil image

Apply some trefoill aberration to the shell, but you can't really tell whether it helps.

0.5 microns Z9

-0.5 microns Z9

0.0 microns Z9

0.5 microns Z10

0.0 microns Z10

04:18 Z4 -1351 Z7 +500 nm (Doug measured 900, but that hit hexapod limit)

Now Doug measures 1300 nm, so this means the sign is wrong in IDL.

04:32 rotator GUI

04:32 Changed from SPLIT to PRIMARY mode. Split was sending all Zernikes to the secondary section of PSF (not unreasonable considering that it is an adaptive secondary - we don't thing the pipe from PSF to AOS for these Zernikes is connected yet).

04:47 Doug has sorted out all the sign flips in IDL so that we are now converging Active Optics. Doug changed sign on z5, z7, Z9 above from - to + (except z9 + to -)

04:48 rotator jittered and then stopped (or was it a guider problem?)

GCSGUI says guider timed out waiting for image.

04:54 resend preset - everything has screwed up. (means there are multiple errors that I can't decipher)

04:58 kill and restart GCSR

04:59 resend preset which is now acknowledged by IIF.

05:01 John running IDL AGW_COLLIMATE

05:06 agw_collimate_loop through wfsc 00040

Seeing varies between 0.8 and 1.5 arcsec.

05:12 Send +500 Z9 to M1 during wfsc0042 Corrections Z9 -341 Z10 131 in wfsc 0043

Send -500 Z9 to M1 during wfsc0047

Send +500 Z10 at the end of wfsc0052 Corrections -417 Z10 -80 Z9 in wfsc 0053

05:24 pointto BS9143 gs=0 TelM="ACQUIRE" PAM- IE=-45 CA=-50

05:31 AGW_COLLIMATE_LOOP ^C

05:32 pointto BS9143 gs=0 TelM="GUIDE"

05:33 AGW_COLLIMATE_LOOP starting with wfsc000059

Needed -3500 Z6

thru wfsc 00063

05:38 pointto BS9143 gs=14 TelM="GUIDE" - off-axis star was easily in the acq field even without a transformation. So the rotation alignment must be fairly close.

Now running an updated version of Doug's IDL code on the mountain.

05:50 Lost the flattening on M2 (RIP). Reflatten with the old flat, not the one we added astigmatism to above.

05:53 Doug says he is off by one subap on the off-axis pupil, but his correction improved the image.

05:54 Shell RIP'd again.

changed guideWindowSize from 100 to 150 in AIP_IRTC_R.cfg as we have been using for LUCIFER

05:59 Shell is back. Marco says he's tried some new trick relative to surviving instability in the boards with actuator problems.

06:03 Lost star, but we can't understand why. GCSGUI says "timed out waiting for image".

Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: worker thread with external centroider started (id: -1514468464).
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: connect failure to RPC server on 192.168.1.17 at port 50021 for function LSS:logEvent (errno 9)
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS:last message repeated 3 times
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: gcs.guidethread.externalCentroiding.failed: external centroiding returned an error.
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: external centroiding returned an error: 32512
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: no star found. peak: 394.000000, mbg: 256.035855
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: no guide star found, time till error is 12.900000 seconds
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: gcs.guidethread.alert: no guide star found, time till warning 12.9 seconds.
Mar 21 06:01:30 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: PROFILING: centroiding done.

06:06 stopGuiding button on GCS seems to hang when I press it.

06:07 kill GCS and restart. This is Issue 2623.

06:08 pointto BS9143 gs=14 TelM="GUIDE" - guiding OK

Doug is adjusting the parameters for off-axis pupil position.

pupilCenter

06:19 pointto BS9143 gs=25 TelM="GUIDE" PA=0 - SFP(x,y): 143.717, 88.1034 EL=61
This star was near the lower edge of the acquisition image.

06:35 Seeing has improved to 0.7 arcsec (doing IDL active optics off the y-axis). Sky is clear if not perfectly photometric.

06:42 pointto BS9143 gs=0 GUIDE PA=INDEF=0.

Seems to be a change in Z6, Z9 from off-axis to on-axis. spreading the image from 0.7 to 1.0 arcsec FWHM.

06:46 pointto BS9143 gs=14 TelM="GUIDE"

06:51 pointto BS9143 gs=25 TelM="GUIDE" Y=168.6 mm

Doug has adjusted the pupil center parameters, but we need a code change for the x-shift in GCS.

        wfsc_x_center_on_axis = 374.
        wfsc_y_center_on_axis = 257.
        agw_x_lenslet_edge[0] = 354.7
        agw_y_lenslet_edge[0] = 237.0

Measuring rotator center for IRTC (seeing roughly 1 arcsec)

07:00 pointto BS9143 gs=0 GUIDE PA=INDEF=0.

agw_collimate_loop wfsc000101-103

07:05 pointto BS9143 gs=0 TRACK

Wayne moves rotator to 360 deg. (only works from MCSPU)

takeseq 2.0 60 irtc.20100321.070634.fits and cube 0010 without any rotation

takeseq 2.0 60 irtc.20100321.070932.fits and cube 0011 rotating from 360 to 0 through frame 45.

Blank sky CA=0

takeseq 2.0 60 irtc.20100321.071231.fits and cube 12

put CA back to -50

Jesper measures center at 160,127 on IRTC.

Measuring rotator center for guider

07:15 pointto BS9143 gs=0 GUIDE PA=INDEF=0

agw_collimate_loop starting with wfsc 00105

getStatus right command hangs on both tcs3 and obs2 is that because IDL is waiting for an image? maybe I confused IDL too.

07:23 restart agw_collimate_loop - it hangs waiting for the image.(more than 90 sec)

getStatus right still doesn't work even after I stop agw_collimate_loop.

GCSR "timed out waiting for image"

Kill and restart GCSR.

07:28 agw_collimate_loop starting with wfsc 000107

/OldRepository/AGW_Data/100321/

07:31 readGuideCam right -e 80000 --> guider000006.fits (a smaller circle than I expected, but very clean looking) Seeing is about 0.8 arcsec.

07:35 pointto BS9143 gs=0 GUIDE PA=INDEF=0

agw_collimate

Jesper measures rotator center on guider at 330, 251. Hotspot from lab was 310,238.

Measure (verify) hotspot center

stop reporting centroids from GCSR

readWFSCam right -e 20000 wfsc 121

CA -52 wfsc 122 (was more than 2 arcsec away from spot on guider)

CA -48 wfsc 123 (but was 1 arcsec closer to the spot on GCSGUI)

CA -50 wfsc 124

CA -49 wfsc 125

IE -47 wfsc 126

IE -43 wfsc 127

collimate M1

IE -45 CA=-50 dropped to none mode (why now?)

start reporting centroids and preset.

Rotator stopped again

07:55 pointto BS9143 gs=0 GUIDE PA=INDEF=0 Seeing is 0.6 arcsec.

Initial Field Aberration Data

07:57 pointto BS9152 gs=0 TelM="ACQUIRE" PAM- hot dog images

08:03 agw_collimate_loop wfsc 128 with no star makes an interesting spiral pattern in the vectors. Is this from lenslet misalignment on the CCD?

Adjust IE=-50 CA=-48

08:07 pointto BS9152 gs=0 TelM="GUIDE" PA=0 - rotator stopped

08:11 agw_collimate_loop starting with wfsc 129-137 We sent +4000 nm of Z6

08:18 pointto BS9152 gs=9 PA=INDEF=168.12 wfsc 138

08:23 pointto BS9152 gs=0 PA=168.12

gs=17 didn't find star

08:27 pointto BS9152 gs=0 PA=168.12

gs=18 didn't find star

Looks like we need a first cut at a transformation before we can take this field data with stars at the edge of the field.

The following field aberration measurement WFSC images are saved in "/OldRepository/AGw_Data/100321"

*BS9152 - Field Aberration Measurements
GStar wfscimage#
0 129-138
9 139-141
0 142-143
17 no star found
0 144-147
18 no star found

08:25 After failing to find GS 17 and 18 we decide to take transform data for Jesper before trying to do field aberration measurements with stars at the edge of the field.

Establishing position of the optical axis

08:27 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

Jesper adjusts probe to 0, 612.5

readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0007

08:47 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0 - seeing is 0.66 without any WFSing

pauseGuiding and resumeGuiding work OK, but it won't let you do a readGuideCam in between

stopGuiding

08:50 readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0009

08:51 readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0010

08:57 Jesper adjusted probe zeropoints. He homes the motors. Thomas has a new command that allows you to do this without restarting oacserver. Bless you Thomas (this saves 10 minutes per iteration).

09:00 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

agw_collimate_loop

Guide star flashing on and off a couple times, then "timed out waiting for image" Could this have been stimulated by IDL asking for a WFS image?

09:03 Stop and restart GCS.

09:04 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

agw_collimate_loop thru 150

stopGuiding

09:07 readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0011

CA -42

09:09 readGuideCam right -e 80000 while Wayne moves rotator 0-360 - guider0012

The rotator axis wrt/hotspot didn't move the way we expected.

CA -48

09:19 Home axis again after another adjustment.

09:20 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

stopGuiding

09:21 readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0013

CA -43

09:23 readGuideCam right -e 80000 while Wayne moves rotator 360-0 guider0014

Jesper makes another adjustment.

09:32 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

stopGuiding

09: readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0015

CA -43

09:35 readGuideCam right -e 80000 while Wayne moves rotator 0-360 guider0016

Jesper makes another adjustment.

09:43 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

stopGuiding

09: readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0017

09:45 readGuideCam right -e 80000 while Wayne moves rotator 0-360 guider0018

Jesper makes another adjustment.

CA -48

09:50 pointto BS9152 gs=0 GUIDE PA=0

agw_collimate_loop wfsc 154

stopGuiding

09: readGuideCam right -e 2000 guider0019

09:53 readGuideCam right -e 80000 while Wayne moves rotator 0-360 guider0020

Adjustment of optical axis is complete.

Initial Rotator Zeropoint with IRTC

Default RIGHTZEROPOINT was 0.0

09:58 pointto BS9152 gs=2 TelM="GUIDE" PA=0

stopGuiding right

10:00 takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100321.100020.fits cube 13

offset 20 0 RADEC ABS

10:02 takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100321.100212.fits cube 14 (blank sky)

offset -20 0 (this moved image from top to bottom of IRTC GUI)

These images should be able to tell us if the IRTC is rotated +90 or -90 degrees. (see note at end of log below) Remember that IRTC GUI and DS9 display of the FITS files have an inversion.

10:04 takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100321.100344.fits cube 15

offset 0 0

10:06 takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100320_00016_cube.fit cube 16

Change RIGHTZEROPOINT to 2.0 degrees

10:11 Stop and restart PCS-RIGHT

10:12 pointto BS9152 gs=2 TelM="GUIDE" PA=0

didn't find a star in acq image (take this as a hint that we went the wrong way)But the real reason is that I wiped out the pointing model info!

Change RIGHTZEROPOINT to -2.0 degrees

10:14 Stop and restart PCS-RIGHT

restore IA=-280 IE=-50 CA=-48

10:17 pointto BS9152 gs=2 TelM="GUIDE" PA=0

stopGuiding right

takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100321.101755.fits cube 17

offset -15 0

takeseq 2.0 30 irtc.20100320_00018_cube.fit cube 18

Change RIGHTZEROPOINT to -2.4 degrees and adopt that value. The uncertainty looks to be about 0.5 degrees in this 1.5 arcsec seeing that we have at the moment.

10:22 Stop and restart PCS-RIGHT

restore IA=-280 IE=-50 CA=-48

Initial Tranform Data

RIGHTZEROPOINT for these data was -2.400 degrees.

10:26 pointto StoneLagw gs=0 TelM="ACQUIRE" PAM- EL=56 Adjust IE=-47 CA=-54

10:33 pointto StoneLagw gs=0 TelM="GUIDE"

agw_collimate_loop starting with wfsc 157-159

This star seems too faint. Is it the wrong one?

10:40 pointto StoneLagw gs=34 TelM="GUIDE" - We had/have the correct star.

10:42 cl < tran_StoneL_00.cl 2.0 x 40 sequences

Something is wrong with the display of guider images. Guider images have 6 rows of zeros at the bottom, and this seems to messup the scaling in the GUI.

Active WFS with GCSR taking images but not processing them (as noted earlier)

transtar (35) irtc in video mode, no image
transtar (31) guider lost the star - why? irtc.20100321.104437.fits cube 19
transtar (35) irtc.20100321.104712.fits cube 20
transtar (21) irtc.20100321.104948.fits cube 21
transtar (19) irtc.20100321.105223.fits cube 22
transtar (15) irtc.20100321.105459.fits cube 23
transtar (13) irtc.20100321.105733.fits cube 24
transtar (9) irtc.20100321.110009.fits cube 25
transtar (6) irtc.20100321.110242.fits cube 26
transtar (5) irtc.20100321.110517.fits cube 27
transtar (10) irtc.20100321.110752.fits cube 28
transtar (24) irtc.20100321.111029.fits cube 29
transtar (30) irtc.20100321.111310.fits cube 30
transtar (36) irtc.20100321.111547.fits cube 31
transtar (42) guiding failed not on hotspot irtc.20100321.111827.fits cube 32
transtar (35) preset hangs GCS "timed out waiting for image". This happened at the "stopping guiding phase of the preset". Issue 2624.

11:23 Stop and restart GCS

11:24 pointto StoneLagw gs=34 TelM="GUIDE still 1 arcsec images after 45 min without WFS corrections.

agw_collimate_loop

11:38 cl < tran_StoneL_45.cl seeing about 1.1 arcsec
transtar (35) irtc.20100321.113857.fits cube 33
transtar (31)
transtar (13) irtc.20100321.114413.fits cube 35
transtar (24)
transtar (30) irtc.20100321.114933.fits cube 37
transtar (36)
transtar (42) irtc.20100321.115445.fits cube 39
transtar (37)
transtar (35) irtc.20100321.120000.fits cube 41

Jesper sees a problem in the headers of the single IRTC images. This information is identical for every IRTC image we took tonight, as if nothing were changing.

PCS_X_RE=     6.08937998468637 / Requested PCS_X position
PCS_Y_RE=    0.196909181371989 / Requested PCS_Y position
PCS_X_AC=     6.11033737684338 / Achieved PCS_X position
PCS_Y_AC=    0.197132073166487 / Achieved PCS_Y position
AGW_X_RE=     6.25905264840438 / Requested X position of the AGw probe
AGW_Y_RE=     612.173287807684 / Requested Y position of the AGw probe
AGW_X_AC=                 6.28 / Achieved X position of the AGw probe
AGW_Y_AC=              612.173 / Achieved Y position of the AGw probe

These turn out to be the info from AGW3. Aargh. Maybe the default keywords file for takepic is left-sided?

We were able to recover the missing information from the GCS syslog file. The info grep'd from the GCSR log is in /home/LBTO/20100321.xy

12:12 pointto StoneLagw gs=34 TelM="GUIDE

agw_collimate_loop thru wfsc 0173

unlearn transtar (to get new non-functional parameter useIDL)

12:19 cl < tran_StoneL_315.cl
transtar (31)
transtar (31)

I specified AGW = INDEF in the transtar parameters which really hosed things up

12:25 PrsetTelescope 315. POSITION ACTIVE right
Resmsg[0]  = PresetTelescope result status: Error
Resmsg[1]  = OK
Resmsg[2]  = basicList deserialize error
   to examine the log: page LOGs/pointto_122530.log
H 1.6

12:26 cl < tran_StoneL_315.cl
transtar (31)
Resmsg[0]  = PresetTelescope result status: Error
Resmsg[1]  = OK
Resmsg[2]  = ERROR: No such handle: -1
irtc.20100321.122725.fits

12:29 Stop and restart GCSR - This seems to have cured the confusion.

12:30 pointto StoneLagw gs=34 TelM="GUIDE - succeeded

12:32 cl < tran_StoneL_315.cl
transtar (31) irtc.20100321.123234.fits cube 43
transtar (21) irtc.20100321.123515.fits cube 44
transtar (19) irtc.20100321.123753.fits cube 45
transtar (15) irtc.20100321.124036.fits cube 46

Note the prior WFS image have enough light to check centering in lenslets.

Jesper finds that the IRTC images have to be rotated 90-degrees CCW to match previous configuration ~~~ North-up at PA=0 (as displayed on DS9). The mounting of IRTC was rotated clockwise 90-degrees as viewed from behind, so that is consistent.

Presently IRTC has North to the right at PA=0 for BOTH DS9 and the IRTC GUI, even though there is an up-down inversion between the two displays.

Close

12:42 Close for impending dawn T=-0.6 degC D=-37.9 Sky is clear.

Tonights cubes have names from last night. Sorry.

Appendix - Timing of Probe Motions

Here's a sample of probe motion timings during the transform data.
Mar 21 10:51:35 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-32.484526 y:543.788768, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 10:51:40 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 10:54:10 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-62.275545 y:554.012242, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 10:54:16 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 10:56:46 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-78.869963 y:532.170219, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 10:56:50 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 10:59:19 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-116.595742 y:556.452785, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 10:59:25 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:01:53 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-149.896036 y:535.634524, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:01:59 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:04:29 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-161.274544 y:522.335322, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:04:33 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:07:03 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-91.846625 y:466.155148, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:07:09 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:09:40 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-16.372027 y:484.434138, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:09:44 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:12:16 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:14.929251 y:449.446373, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:12:20 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:14:58 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:54.908197 y:457.836914, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:15:03 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:17:34 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:159.064308 y:573.392647, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:17:43 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position
Mar 21 11:24:13 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-0.065139 y:539.341316, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:24:22 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:37:51 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:17.967676 y:573.080534, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:37:55 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:40:44 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-41.616876 y:543.615569, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:40:49 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:43:23 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-112.533323 y:611.428324, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:43:29 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:46:00 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-102.103917 y:533.490497, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:46:07 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:48:40 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-104.733807 y:486.640889, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:48:46 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:51:18 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-70.593125 y:464.366824, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:51:22 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:53:53 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:84.793996 y:472.586844, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:54:01 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:56:31 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:78.057724 y:551.307156, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:56:38 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 11:59:09 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:17.985117 y:573.061448, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 11:59:17 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:12:08 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-0.121469 y:539.319285, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:12:13 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:20:01 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:68.956825 y:570.913563, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:20:06 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:24:48 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:68.961629 y:570.917120, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:24:52 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:29:51 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-0.144150 y:539.312888, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:29:56 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:31:14 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:68.968410 y:570.921848, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:31:20 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:34:21 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:15.817022 y:555.287852, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:34:26 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:37:02 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:25.724097 y:541.028352, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:37:06 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

Mar 21 12:39:41 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: calling oacontrol::setxy(10.144.0.105, 2, x:-2.579168 y:527.191052, 23.000000, 0) ...
Mar 21 12:39:47 tcs4 LBT_right_GCS: AGWUnitAIP::doSetProbePosition: setxy() reports probe in position

-- JohnHill - 21 Mar 2010
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guider003010_20100321.jpgjpg guider003010_20100321.jpg manage 20 K 23 Mar 2010 - 10:47 JohnHill guider image from 7:56 UT with 0.51 arcsec FWHM in r'
transtar.clcl transtar.cl manage 3 K 23 Mar 2010 - 10:50 JohnHill IRAF script for collecting AGw transformation data
tran_StoneL_00.clcl tran_StoneL_00.cl manage 333 bytes 23 Mar 2010 - 10:51 JohnHill Script of StoneL transformation stars at PA=0
tran_StoneL_45.clcl tran_StoneL_45.cl manage 254 bytes 23 Mar 2010 - 10:51 JohnHill Script of StoneL transformation stars at PA=45
tran_StoneL_315.clcl tran_StoneL_315.cl manage 309 bytes 23 Mar 2010 - 10:52 JohnHill Script of StoneL transformation stars at PA=315
psf_profiles.pngpng psf_profiles.png manage 39 K 23 Mar 2010 - 11:14 JohnHill Profiles of the PSF of the guider image
Topic revision: r11 - 24 Mar 2010, JohnHill
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