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Science Archives at ESAC

 
Click on a satellite to visit the mission archive homepage.
 
       

Latest News

11th Nov 2013: The Cluster Science Archive (CSA) version 1.0 is released! The CSA is the ESA long-term archive of the Cluster mission and supersedes the CAA as the public interface to the Cluster mission archive.

18th Sept 2013: The Herschel Science Archive version 5.0 is released! Highlights include providing access to User Provided Data Products (UPDPs).

23rd July 2013: The XMM-Newton Science Archive v8.0 is released! Highlights include a new web-based interface and the 3XMMi catalogue.

21st March 2013: The Planck 2013 results are now available to the world-wide community through the Planck Legacy Archive version 1.0!

 

The European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) hosts most of ESA astronomy and planetary missions’ archives. This currently includes:

  Cluster Science Archive Cluster Mission
  ESA Hubble Science Archive HST Mission
  EXOSAT Science Archive EXOSAT Mission
  Herschel Science Archive Herschel Mission
  ISO Data Archive ISO Mission
  Planck Legacy Archive Planck Mission
  ESA's Planetary Science Archive (regrouping data from Rosetta, Mars Express, Venus Express,
Huygens, Smart-1 and Giotto for the time being)
  SOHO Science Archive SOHO Mission
  Ulysses Final Archive Ulysses Mission
  XMM-Newton Science Archive XMM-Newton Mission

In the future Gaia, BepiColombo, Solar Orbiter and Euclid will also have their archives located at ESAC.

Within the Science Operations Department of ESA's Directorate of Science and Robotic Exploration, all these archives are designed, developed, maintained and operated by the Science Archives Team at ESAC, using common, modular and flexible 3-tier architecture, where the data storage is clearly separated from the data presentation. This ensures automatic operations as well as long-term maintainability and evolution. Through easy-to-use graphical user interfaces or through powerful machine and Virtual Observatory interfaces, they provide instant access to ESA scientific mission data for the science operations centres at ESAC and to the scientific community worldwide.

Observations from ISO and XMM-Newton can also be seen from Google Sky by downloading the following KML file.


 

 

 

 

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This page was first created on 28 July, 2009 and was last updated on 27 January, 2014.
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