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Available Data Sets

Images:

Extreme UV: Far UV: Near UV: Optical: Near Infrared: Radio:
  • EUVE - (images in the 70 - 760 Å range, 3.5 sq. degrees field of view and 4.3"/pixel resolution, ~ 400 targets, mostly Galactic, 1992 - 2001.)
  • ACS - (CCD images between 3,700 - 11,000 Å, 11.3 sq. arcmin field of view and 0.05"/pixel resolution [WFC] and between 2,000 - 11,000 Å, 0.2 sq. arcmin field of view and 0.0027"/pixel resolution [HRC]; photon-counting detector images between 1,150 - 1,700 Å, 0.3 sq. arcmin field of view and 0.032"/pixel resolution [SBC/MAMA], 2002 - present)
  • WF/PC - (CCD images between 1,150 - 11,000 Å, 6.6 sq. arcmin field of view and 0.102"/pixel resolution (WF), and 1.2 sq. arcmin field of view and 0.043"/pixel resolution (PC), 1990 - 1993.)
  • WF/PC2 - ( CCD images between 1,150 - 11,000 Å, 5.0 sq. arcmin field of view, 0.100"/pixel (WF) and 0.046"/pixel (PC) resolution, 1993 - 2009.)
  • FOC - (photon-counting device images between 1,150 - 6,500 Å, 0.22 sq. arcmin field of view, 0.014/0.028"/pixel resolution, 1990 - 2002.)
  • SWIFTUVOT - (intensified CCD images between 1,700 - 6,000 Å, 17 sq. arcmin field of view, and 0.5 "/pixel resolution, brightness limit v=7.4 mag, 2004 - ?)
  • UIT - (digitized film images between 1,200-3,300 Å, 40 arcmin field of view and 3" resolution, 259 targets total, 2 shuttle missions (12/90 & 3/95).)
  • STIS/MAMAs - (Multi-Anode Microchannel Array images between 1,150 - 3,100 Å, 0.17 sq. arcmin field of view, 0.024"/pixel resolution, 1997 - present.)
  • GALEX - (microchannel plate detector images between 1,350 - 2,800 Å, 1.2 sq. degree field of view and 5"/pixel resolution, 2003 - ?.)
  • COS/NUV - (MAMA images 1750-3200 Å, 2.5 arcsec diameter FOV, with decreasing amounts of light from objects up to 2 arcsec from aperture center, resolution ~0.05 arcsec.)
  • FIRST - (radio maps at 21 cm (1.4 GHz), 5" resolution, 1 mJy flux limit, source catalog also available; will cover 10,000 square degrees when completed (1993 - present).)
  • WFC3/UVIS - (CCD images between 2,000 - 10,000 Å, 162 x 162 arcsec field of view (rhomboidal), 0.04 arcsec/pixel, pixel size is 15 µ, 2009 - ?.)
  • XMM-OM - (MIC detector (microchannel plate/CCD) images between 1,700 - 5,500 Å, 24 arcmin field of view and 1"/pixel resolution, B-mag range ~24 to 8.6, 1999 - ?.)
  • EPOCH/MRI - (broad-band filter centered at 7500 Å, CCD frame of 1024x1024 pixels, plate scale = 2"/pixel. Earth observations made 2008: March 18-19, May 28-29, and June 4-5. Spatial resolution is 3.6-4")
  • EPOCH/HRIV - (Earth observations obtained 2008: March 18-19, May 28-29, and June 4-5 using seven 100 Å wide filters centered at 3500, 4500, 5500, 6500, 7500, 8500, 9500 Å. 512x512 pixel CCD frame; plate scale = 0.4"/pixels. Stellar-transit observations were also made of 8 stars during many epochs during 2008 in a 128x128 pixel subarray. Spatial resolution is ~7")
  • WFC3/IR - (1kx1k Teledyne HdCdTe FPA, 9,000 - 17,000 Å range (900 - 1700 nm), 123x136 arcsecond field of view (rectangluar), 0.13 arcsec/pixel, pixel size 18 µ, 2009 - ?.)
  • NICMOS - (infrared array images between 8,000 - 25,000 Å, 3 cameras for a total of 0.86 sq. arcmin field of view, resolution ranging from 0.043 to 0.2"/pixel, 1997 - Oct 2009.)
  • DSS - (digitized sky plates (optical band), 1.7" or 1.0" resolution, original plates covering 6.5 x 6.5 degrees, 1950 - present.)
  • STIS/CCD - (CCD images between 2,500 - 11,000 Å, 0.7 sq. arcmin field of view, 0.05"/pixel resolution, 1997 - present.)

Spectra:

Extreme UV: Far UV: Near UV: Optical: Near Infrared:
  • EUVE - (spectra in the 70 - 760 Å range, resolution ~ 300, V_max ~ 15, ~ 400 targets, mostly Galactic, 1992 - 2001.)
  • FUSE - (spectra in the 905 - 1,187 Å range, resolution ~30,000, ~3,000 targets observed, 1999 - 2007.)
  • IMAPS1 - (spectra in the 950 - 1,150 Å range, resolution ~ 120,000, V_max ~ 4, 10 bright stars observed, 9/93.)
  • BEFS - (spectra in the 400 - 900 (few) & 900 - 1200 Å range, resolution ~ 3,000, V_max ~ 15, ~175 targets observed, 2 missions, (9/93 & 11/96).)
  • TUES - (spectra in the 900 - 1,400 Å range, resolution ~ 10,000, V_max ~ 13, 65 targets observed, 12/96.)
  • COS/FUV - (spectra in 1,150-2,050 Å range, resolution ranging from 2,500 - 24,000, detector is a cross delay line (XDL), 2009 - present.)
  • COS/NUV - (spectra in 1,750-3,200 Å range, resolution ranging from 1,700 - 24,000, detector is a MAMA, 2009 - present.)
  • IUE - (spectra in the 1,200 - 3,350 Å range, resolutions ~ 300 and 15,000, V_max ~ 15 and 10 respectively, ~ 10,000 individual targets, 1978 - 1996.)
  • Copernicus - (spectra in the 912 - 3,275 Å range, resolutions ~ 300 and 20,000, V_max ~ 7, 551 targets, mostly bright stars, 1972 - 1981.)
  • HUT - (spectra in the 912 - 1,850 Å range, resolution ~ 500, V_max ~ 16, ~ 300 targets, 2 shuttle missions (12/90 & 3/95).)
  • WUPPE - (spectra in the 1,400 - 3,200 Å range, resolution ~ 140, V_max ~ 15, ~ 200 targets, 2 shuttle missions (12/90 & 3/95).)
  • GHRS - ( spectra in the 1,100 - 3,300 Å range, resolution ~ 2,000, 25,000, and 80,000 (echelle), V_max ~ 18, 16, and 12 respectively, 1990 - 1997.)
  • STIS/MAMAs - (spectra in 1,150 - 3,100 Å range, resolution ranging from ~ 600 to 25,000/110,000 (echelle), V_max ~ 21 to 13/17 respectively, 1997 - present.)
  • HPOL - (spectra in the 3,200 - 7,500 Å range, resolution ~ 80, V_max ~ 15, ~ 310 targets (1989-1994).)
  • SWIFTUVOT - (2 intensified CCD grisms: UV 1,700-2,900 Å at R ~ 150, and V 2,800-5,000 Å at R ~50, brightness limit v=7.4 mag, 2004 - ?)
  • STIS/CCD - (spectra in 1,150 - 11,000 Å range, resolution ranging from ~ 600 to 6,000, V_max ~ 21, 1997 - present.)
  • FOS - (spectra in the 1,150 - 8,500 Å range, resolution ~ 250 and 1,300, V_max ~ 20, 1990 - 1997.)
  • ACS - (objective prism [SBC, HRC] and grism [WFC, HRC] spectra in the 1,150 - 1,700 [SBC], 2,000 - 4,000 [HRC] and 5,500 - 11,000 Å [WFC and HRC] ranges, resolution ~ 100, 2002 - present)
  • NICMOS - (grism spectra in the 8,000 - 25,000 Å range, resolution ~ 200, 1997 - Oct 2009.)
  • EPOCH/HRII - (two-dimensional spectra of earth, 512 (wavelength) x 128 (spatial), plate scale 2"/pixel, spectral coverage 10,000 - 48,000 Å, Resolving power 700-200 respectively)
  • WFC3/IR - ("Blue" grism spectra 8,000-11,500 Å resolution ~210, "red" grism spectra 11,000-17,000 Å, resoluton ~130.)

Other:

Far UV: Near UV: Optical: Near Infrared:
  • WUPPE - (spectropolarimetric data in the 1,400 - 3,200 Å range, ~ 200 targets, 2 shuttle missions (12/90 & 3/95).)
  • KEPLER (Light curves, 4,300 - 8,900 Å, 42 CCD detectors, 116 square degree FOV, ~3.98 arcsec/pixel, ~170,000 targets with average 32 pixels/target, most data points are 30 minute integrations, some data available at 1 minute, saturation may occur for targets brighter than 11.5 V, May 2009 - May 2013.)
  • K2 (Light curves, 4,300 - 8,900 Å, 38 CCD detectors, 105 square degree FOV, ~3.98 arcsec/pixel, repurposed use of Kepler spacecraft with ~20,000 targets with average 140 pixels/target, new field every ~83 days, most data points are 30 minute integrations, some data available at 1 minute, saturation may occur for targets brighter than 11.5 V, June 2014 - present.)
  • FGS - (astrometric data in the 4,000 - 7,000 Å range, 1990 - present.)
  • FOS - ( spectropolarimetric data in the 1,150 - 8,500 Å range, 1990 - 1997.)
  • FOC - (polarimetric data in the 1,150 - 6,500 Å range, 1990 - 2002.)
  • WF/PC - (polarimetric data between 1,150 - 11,000 Å, 1990 - 1993.)
  • WF/PC2 - (polarimetric data between 1,150 - 11,000 Å, 1993 - 2009.)
  • ACS - (polarimetric data between 2,000 - 11,000 Å coronographic data between 2,000 - 11,000 Å [HRC], 2002 - present)
  • HSP - (photometric and polarimetric data in the 1,200 - 7,500 Å range, 1990 - 1993.)
  • HPOL - (spectropolarimetric data in the 3,200 - 7,500 Å range, ~ 310 targets (1989-1994).)
  • EPOCH/HRIV - (Stellar transit light curves of 8 stars taken during 2008 using the High Resolution Visible-Infrared imager. 50 second exposures, variable time between exposures, Roughly 7,700 to 43,300 data points per light curve)
  • NICMOS - (polarimetric data in the 8,000 - 21,000 Å range, 1997 - Oct 2009.)

For a more extensive listing of high-energy astrophysics data, please visit the HEASARC homepage.
For a more extensive listing of IR astrophysics data, please visit the IRSA homepage.

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