Solar system metrics for FBS 1.2 runs

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(Lynne Jones) #1

Hi all (but particularly the SSSC),

I’ve been getting solar system metrics running on the new runs, and have put some of the results up online. I’ll be working on writing some higher level analysis as well next, that compares the different runs, but you can see the results from each run at (look for MAF Comments that say “SSO granvik_5k”, “SSO mba_5k”, “SSO trojan_5k” and “SSO l7_5k”, for NEOs, MBAs, Jovian Trojans, and (non-resonant) TNOs, respectively.

I know there is a need to include MBCs and resonant TNOs in these evaluations - I’m still working on adding those.

Link directly to baseline_1exp_pairsmix_10yrs NEO example.


(Lynne Jones) #2

I should note for @schesley and @fraserw that I have used their new color and lightcurve inversion metrics in this round!

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(Meg Schwamb) #5

This is great Lynne. Can you break this info specific filter, my guess is r and g are where you pick up most KBOs?

(Meg Schwamb) #6

@ljones if we were to run the LSST moving object simulation code ( ), of the new new simulations you link to what is the best one to run that’s closest to the baseline2018a to use? baseline_1exp_pairsmix_10yrs?


(Lynne Jones) #7

The one closest to the old run would be baseline_2exp_pairsame but baseline_1exp_pairsmix is closer to what we’re currently using as the basis for the intranight visits for other simulations.

I have made updates to maf that I should tell you about! (the code on the juptyerhub is not yet updated until I could do that … so run-moving will work but will not give you the new metric yet). It’ll be a small change from your point of view I hope and I can post an update later today.

The current metric doesn’t do the color specification for the outer solar system. We could further modify it to do so or add something new) - it really is just reporting the number of filters that generate a color (after requiring more visits in the first filter to set a light curve).