I can reproduce the problem, which appears to be an alignment issue on 64-bit systems for certain types of data. I'll have to investigate further and the fix will require a new set of binaries for the entire system (or at least a new library and a relink of the system).
I also found that you can workaround the problem using 32-bit binaries for the platform (e.g. the 'macosx' architecture on Mac systems), or for this image copying out the one extension to a simple FITS file (on a 32-bit system) would also work. If you installed both sets of binaries for Mac, you can define the IRAFARCH environment variable in your .cshrc file to force the use of the 'macosx' architecture, otherwise you can download and install these binaries separately.
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