How to Use ESASky

ESASky is a science driven discovery portal providing full access to the entire sky as observed with Space astronomy missions. Short videos on how to use the tool are shown below and the general documentation can be found here.

pyESASky: The Jupyter Widget for ESASky

EAS 2020 Presentation: ESASky, ESA's interface to Astronomical Data

How to find and download science-ready data with ESASky


How to use ESASky in Science Mode

How to use ESASky in Explorer Mode

How to search for scientific publications with ESASky

How to download science-ready images and spectra for one target in ESASky

How to visualise the sky in different wavelengths using ESASky

How to visualise a target list in ESASky

How to Visualise the full sky coverage of a mission using ESASky

How to plan future JWST observations

How to search for Solar System Objects in ESASky

How to query ESASky with a python script using astroquery: Cone Search

How to Query ESASky with a python script using astroquery: Single Object

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ESASky Info

Release notes
General Documentation


ESASky related tools

EDDIE Cutout Service
ESASky Astroquery module
pyESASky widget
Javascript API


Contributing data to ESASky



Learning with ESASky

Getting started
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