Planck Legacy Archive (PLA)
The Planck Legacy Archive (PLA) contains all public products originating from the Planck mission. A graphical user interface accessible from this page allows to browse, display, inspect, select, and download these products.
As of March 21st 2013, the PLA provides public data products from the first 15.5 months of Planck operations. It notably includes full-sky intensity maps at all nine Planck frequencies, maps of foregrounds components at high resolution, and the Cosmic Microwave Background fluctuations at unprecedented angular resolution. Angular power spectra and cosmological parameter grids are also provided, as well as the Planck Catalogue of Compact Sources and the Planck Sunyaev-Zel’dovich clusters catalogue. Many additional data sets are provided as well.
Access to PLA
The PLA is freely accessible via the URL:
The PLA interface also inter-operates with the astronomical catalogues served by the Centre de Donnees de Strasbourg (CDS), via the interactive software Aladin. Data can be transferred seamlessly from the PLA to Aladin. Additional tabular data manipulation functionality is available via the Topcat tool. Please note that users do not need to install Aladin and Topcat a-priori in order to use them; they will be called up automatically by the PLA interface when invoked.
The PLA Inter-Operability Subsystem (PLAIO) allows users to have direct access to contents of the PLA without invoking the java user interface. Click here to to access the PLAIO homepage.
Other resources: IPAC Planck Home Page.
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