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SODRM Statistical Summary 2012

The following graphics illustrate that all of the expected science and calibration areas are well represented in the SODRM 2012.

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Category

Statistcal Summary

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Science Category

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Science Category

Category # of Programs Total Time [Days] Percentage of Total Time
Solar System 8 51.3 7.9%
Exoplanets 14 104.4 16.1%
Galactic 19 132.3 20.4%
Nearby Galaxies 13 111.3 17.2%
Distant Galaxies & Cosmology 16 204.5 31.5%
Instrument Calibration 40 31.9 4.9%
Observation Calibration 2 13.0 2.0%
Total 112 648.7 100.0%

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Instrument

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Instrument

Category Total Time [Days] Percentage of Total Time
NIRCam 225.3 34.7%
NIRSpec 194.4 30.0%
NIRISS 51.9 8.0%
MIRI 177.1 27.3%
Total 648.7 100.0%

Distribution of SODRM Programs by Observation Template

 Distribution of SODRM Programs by Observation Template

Category Total Time [Days] Percentage of Total Time
NIRCam Imaging 200.1 20.8%
NIRCam Coronagraphy 25.2 3.9%
NIRSpec Multi-Object Spectroscopy 102.2 15.8%
NIRSpec Integral Field Slit Spectroscopy 43.5 6.7%
NIRSpec Fixed Slit Spectroscopy 48.7 7.5%
NIRISS Slitless Wide Field Spectroscopy 10.2 1.6%
NIRISS Slitless Single Object Spectroscopy 17.3 2.7%
NIRISS Aperture Mask Interferometry 22.7 3.5%
NIRISS Imaging 1.7 0.3%
MIRI Imaging 94.6 14.6%
MIRI Coronagraphy 28.7 4.4%
MIRI Low Resolution Spectroscopy 18.8 2.9%
MIRI Medium Resolution Spectroscopy 35.0 5.4%
Subtotal By Obsevation Type
Category Total Time [Days] Percentage of Total Time
Total Imaging 296.4 45.7%
Total Coronagraphy 76.6 11.8%
Total Spectroscopy 275.7 42.5%
Total 648.7 100.0%

Distribution of SODRM Programs in Galactic Coordinates

Distribution of SODRM Programs in Galactic Coordinates

The distribution of non-moving sources from all the SODRM programs is shown in galactic coordinates. The size of the symbol is proportional to the total exposure time per observing template on that target. The symbols are coded by science/calibration area with dark green for Exoplanets, light green for Galactic, red for Nearby Galaxies, purple for Distant Galaxies & Cosmology, and light blue for Instrument/Observatory Calibration. Solar System targets are moving targets and not shown. The large purple circles show the locations of the JWST deep field programs.

Distribution of total exposure time per target per instrumental template

Distribution of total exposure time