The Mikulski Archives for Space Telescopes (MAST) encourages
authors to contribute data created or obtained and re-processed for
their publication(s) as a MAST High Level Science Product (HLSP).
Submission of an HLSP is voluntary. HLSPs are observations, catalogs,
or models that complement, or are derived from, MAST-supported missions.
These include Hubble (HST), James Webb (JWST), Kepler/K2, GALEX, TESS,
Swift, XMM, and others. HLSPs can include images, spectra, light curves,
maps, source catalogs, or simulations. They can include observations
from other telescopes, or data that have been processed in a way that
differs from what's available in the originating archive.
Data contributed as HLSPs to MAST receive a project web page and are
integrated with the other data, increasing discoverability. The data will
remain attributable to the original PI and research team while hosted
in MAST. If provided early in the publication process, we can provide
a URL and DOI that you can include in your publication to facilitate
linking between your publication and the HLSP.
Please note that by completing the web form below, you are indicating
your interest in sharing your data via MAST. MAST staff will assess
the data and its relationship to existing MAST-supported missions and
contact you with any questions they may have. You will be notified of
MAST's decision to include your proposed high-level science product
in the archive. If your proposed HLSP is deemed ineligible, you will
receive feedback to explain why.