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IRAS and other sky surveys coming soon

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IRAS and other sky surveys coming soon

Postby admin » Thu Mar 22, 2007 1:21 pm

We're currently working on a multi-survey engine. We picked IRAS as test pilot.
Here's a quick-pick: http://server3.sky-map.org:8089/?img_so ... e=0&zoom=2
Note, the survey is not fully available on sky-map yet. Plus some projection differences need to be adjusted.
Still a lot of work need to be done. We're using NASA's SkyView-in-Jar software ( http://skyview.gsfc.nasa.gov ) with few software adjustments to pre-generate tiles.
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Postby Emre_evren » Fri Jul 27, 2007 4:45 am

Hi all

That's an excellent job that the opportunity you bringed out multi wavelenght feast for our eyes is very significant thing for amateur astronomers as like me

But since the gamma-ray and X-ray missions surveying depths of heavens, i really wonder about gamma and X waveband skywiev of the spectrum.

Do i demand too much ? :oops:

with my best regards..
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