||A new FGS PHOTOM rmap delivery is necessary because exposures with EXP_TYPE=FGS_FOCUS in the current rmap are triggering an error in the calwebb_image2 pipeline when trying to run the PHOTOM step. This exposure type specification selects a very old PHOTOM reference file, jwst_fgs_photom_0011.fits, that is missing the DATAMODL keyword in its header, which confuses the pipeline and causes an error in the PHOTOM step process. Since the new FGS PHOTOM reference files get used for EXP_TYPE=FGS_IMAGE, the exposure criteria in the rmap needs to be updated to include FGS_FOCUS because focus images and regular images should receive the same processing. Also, old FGS PHOTOM reference files should be removed from the rmap because they are no longer compatible with the latest pipeline software. See JIRA issue CRDS-333 for more details.
||These files replace previous REFPIX files were delivered without DQ extensions. In addition, the TZERO3 keyword in the DQ extension has been changed to an integer.
||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.