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GOODS/ISAAC Final Data Release (Version 2.0)

Published: 10 Sep 2007

As part of the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS), near-infrared imaging observations of the Chandra Deep Field South (CDF-S) were carried out in J, H, Ks bands, using the ISAAC instrument mounted at the Antu Unit Telescope of the VLT at ESO's Cerro Paranal Observatory, Chile.


LABOCA Science Verification Project

Published: 27 Aug 2007

Latest news (2007 September 14): New version of the BoA data reduction software using gfortran instead of Intel Fortran. This version will now also work under Fedora Core 6.


Data release from the 1st Technical Demonstration Run of MAD

Published: 22 Jul 2007

The Multi-Conjugate Adaptive Optics Demonstrator (MAD) is a prototype MCAO system which aims to demonstrate in the laboratory and on sky the feasibility of different MCAO image reconstruction and correction techniques in view of future applications with the 2nd Generation VLT Instruments and E-ELT instrumentation.


Reprocessed non-GTO HARPS Advanced Data Products

Published: 16 Apr 2007

The Virtual Observatory Systems (VOS) Department at ESO has as one of its tasks the creation and publication of Advanced Data Products (ADPs) into a VO-compliant Science Archive. ADPs are high-level data products, either provided by the astronomical community or created in-house, generally consisting of fully reduced and calibrated imaging and spectroscopic data, ancillary products, catalogues etc. which enable immediate scientific exploitation.


Submission guidelines for Advanced Data Products

Published: 28 Mar 2007

The Virtual Observatory Systems (VOS) Department at ESO has as one of its tasks the ingestion and publication of Advanced Data Products (ADPs) into a VO-compliant Science Archive. ADPs are high-level data products, provided by the astronomical community, generally consisting of fully reduced and calibrated imaging and spectroscopic data, ancillary products, catalogues etc. which enable immediate scientific exploitation


Euro-VO Research Initiative

Published: 27 Dec 2006

The EURO-VO project is soliciting proposals from teams aiming at carrying out astronomical projects driven by the Virtual Observatory concept, and making use of the Virtual Observatory tools and applications. The successful groups will receive support from EURO-VO astronomers to complete their projects by December 2007.


HST Solar Bodies Search Engine

Published: 13 Oct 2006

Which solar bodies ended up in the field of view of an HST instrument while it was observing? Whether planned or serendipitous, this service lets you find out. Credits: IMCCE/Skybot. 


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