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The new integral-field spectrograph MUSE will acquire hyperspectral images of the deep sky, requiring huge amounts of raw data to be processed, posing a challenge to modern algorithms and technologies. In order to achieve the required sensitivity to observe very faint objects, many observations need to be reconstructed and co-added into a single data cube. In this paper, we propose a new fusion method to combine all raw observations while removing most of the instrumental and observationaldoi:10.1063/1.3573629 fatcat:xsrucjij2nd7dcrkegcgamengi