A SunPy-affiliated package which provides tools to analyze data from IRIS
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README.md

IRISPy

IRISPy is a SunPy-affiliated package that provides the tools to read in and analyze data from the IRIS solar-observing satellite in Python.

The Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph is a NASA-funded Small Explorer which uses a high-frame-rate ultraviolet imaging spectrometer to make observations of the Sun. It provides 0.3 arcsec angular resolution and sub-angstrom spectral resolution at a one second cadence.

For more information see the mission/instrument paper which is available online for free.

Image of IRIS Spacecraft

License

This project is Copyright (c) SunPy Developers and licensed under the terms of the BSD 3-Clause license. See the licenses folder for more information.