Run-averaged, noise-weighted spectra were generated using 7200-s-long FFTs (Tukey-windowing) from observing quality data minus CAT1 vetoes. Spectra data was inspected visually for artifacts and correlated with known non-astrophysical features. These lists may be periodically revised as additional understanding and insights are gained. Since the spectra are high-resolution and many averages are used to create the O3a run-average spectra, many more features are visible than would be when analyzing spectra made using short FFT duration and few averages. The high resolution allows to see many artifacts in different frequency bins as well as revealing weak features that need many averages to stick out of the background.
These lists contain only a subset of spectral artifacts present in the data; other unidentified features are also present, but have not yet been verified to be non-astrophysical. See T2000720-v1
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