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This dataset is a tar file that contains the reduced MUSE data-cube of ESO 243-49. The reduction was made using the MUSE pipeline under the Reflex environment. The individual exposures were manually aligned and the sky residuals were treated with ZAP.
The data set also includes the data required to produce kinematic and stellar population maps as obtained from the data-cube using pPXF and STECKMAP, respectively.
The data reduction process is described in detail in Comerón et al. 2016, A&A, 593, L6.
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