||The MIRI LRS PHOTOM files are being updated after corrections to the analysis procedure used to create them. Specifically the implementation of slit loss factors and extraction aperture were inaccurate. This problem should now be fixed
||As described in the JIRA tickets listed above, a number of NIRSpec biases and darks for the SUB1024A, SUB1024B, SUB512, SUB512s, and SUB32 subarrays were either missing, or had been previously delivered with the wrong subarray corners or orientation. This delivery contains corrected files to supply or replace these. Note that many of the files are placeholders, and the data arrays have been set to 0. Future deliveries will provide actual reference file data, once it has been received by NIRSpec.
||This NIRCam readnoise delivery derived from CV3 data is to correct cosmic ray flagging for data without reference pixels. Data taken with subarrays that dont have reference pixels, and thus no reference pixel correction, were getting almost entirely flagged as cosmic ray hits when run through the pipeline due to our current readnoise reference files. For this reason, we created new readnoise reference files for use on all data without reference pixels. We also redeliver the old readnoise reference files from the corresponding detectors, but the only change in these old files is the addition of the P_SUBARR keyword.
||Removing MIRI flats with READPATT = ANY. These were meant to be replaced with files containing READPATT = N/A. See JIRA ticket CRDS-328. CRDS weighted matching logic for reference files has jwst_miri_flat_0472.fits and jwst_miri_flat_0535.fits weighted equally, causing there to be two valid files for some cases. The rmap is being updated to remove the NA from READPATT and replace it with specific values FAST, FASTGRPAVG, and SLOW using or-bars. Additionally, the READPATT value of NA for jwst_miri_flat_0473.fits is being replaced by SLOW in order to avert any future problems.