backprojection

sunpy.instr.rhessi.backprojection(calibrated_event_list, pixel_size=<Quantity [1., 1.] arcsec>, image_dim=<Quantity [64., 64.] pix>)[source] [edit on github]

Given a stacked calibrated event list fits file create a back projection image.

Warning

The image is not in the right orientation!

Parameters:
  • calibrated_event_list (string) – filename of a RHESSI calibrated event list
  • pixel_size (Quantity instance) – the size of the pixels in arcseconds. Default is (1,1).
  • image_dim (Quantity instance) – the size of the output image in number of pixels
Returns:

out (RHESSImap) – Return a backprojection map.

Examples

This example is broken. >>> import sunpy.data >>> import sunpy.data.sample # doctest: +SKIP >>> import sunpy.instr.rhessi as rhessi >>> map = rhessi.backprojection(sunpy.data.sample.RHESSI_IMAGE) # doctest: +SKIP >>> map.peek() # doctest: +SKIP