ESASky is a science driven discovery portal providing full access to the entire sky as observed with Space astronomy missions.
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USE CASES (VIDEOS)
For the latest use case videos, please see our How To page.
- Search field description
- Skies menu description
- Data panel (Imaging, Catalogue and Spectra search) description
- Solar System Objects search feature
- Scientific Publications search
- Target list feature
- Observations Planning tool
- Snapshot feature
- Explore random targets feature
- Bookmark / sharing feature
- Additional information and help menus
It is possible to query ESASky using a dedicated python Astroquery module.
- INTEGRAL observations
- XMM-Newton observations
- IUE observations
- HST observations
- ISO observations
- Herschel observations
- Chandra observations
- Suzaku observations
- Astrometric catalogues: Gaia DR1, TGAS, Hipparcos-2, Tycho-2
- INTEGRAL IBIS/ISGRI Soft Gamma-Ray Source Catalog
- XMM-Newton catalogues: 3XMM DR7, XMMSL1.6, XMM-SUSS2.1
- Hubble Source Catalog (HSC)
- Herschel mission catalogues: HPPSC, HSPSC
- Planck mission catalogues: PCCS2, Planck SZ2, PGCC2
- Chandra Source Catalog (CSC1.1)
Some educational activities that make use of ESASky.
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