ESASky is developed at ESAC, Madrid, Spain, by the ESAC Science Data Centre (ESDC), in particular by the following ESDC team members: Fabrizio Giordano (principal Software Engineer), Maria Henar Sarmiento, Elena Racero, Jesús Salgado, Belén López, Bruno Merín (product owner), Debbie Baines, Raul Gutierrez, Pilar de Teodoro, Juan Gonzalez, Juan Carlos Segovia and Sara Nieto.
ESASky uses Aladin Lite, a lightweight sky atlas running in the browser, developed by the Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg (CDS), Strasbourg Observatory, France. We acknowledge the excellent support from CDS and from the expert science and technical staff at ESAC for the creation of this service. In particular we acknowledge the following people:
This work also benefited from experience gained from projects supported by the ESA SCI-OO research funding.
If you have used ESASky for your research, the following acknowledgement would be appreciated:
This research has made use of ESASky, developed by the ESAC Science Data Centre (ESDC) team and maintained alongside other ESA science mission's archives at ESA's European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC, Madrid, Spain).
We maintain a list of all publications that aknowledge the use of ESASky.