81 datasets found

Tags: surveys

  • WMAP Nine Year Galaxy Removed

    These survey represents a combination of the 9-year data combined in a way that is intended to minimize the contribution from the galaxy. The data measure the temperature...
  • WISE 3\.4 Micron All-Sky Survey>: All-WISE data release

    From the WISE mission site:. NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mapped the sky at 3.4, 4.6, 12 and 22 micrometers in 2010 with an angular resolution...
  • ROSAT Wide Field Camera: F1

    This survey is a mosaic of images taken by the ROSAT Wide Field Camera and comprises of 12,743 seperates fields in each of two filters. Each field covers a region 2.6°...
  • Westerbork Northern Sky Survey

    The Westerbork Northern Sky Survey (WENSS) is a low-frequency radio survey that covers the whole sky north of delta=30 degree at a wavelength of 92 cm to a limiting flux density...
  • VLA Low-frequency Sky Survey

    The VLA Low-Frequency Sky Survey (VLSS) is a 74 MHz continuum survey covering the entire sky north of -30 degrees declination. Using the VLA in BnA and B-configurations,...
  • HIPS Survey:Ultradeep survey using the ESO Vista surveys telescope: Band H

    UltraVISTA is an Ultra Deep, near-infrared survey with the new VISTA surveys telescope of the European Southern Observatory (ESO). Over the course of 5 years, UltraVISTA will...
  • UKIRT Infrared Deep Survey J-band

    The UKIDSS survey is the next generation infrared survey, a successor to 2MASS. It will ultimately cover 7000 square degrees in the northern sky at both high and low...
  • GMRT 150 MHz All-sky Radio Survey: First Alternative Data Release

    The first full release of a survey of the 150 MHz radio sky observed with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope between April 2010 and March 2012 as part of the TGSS project....
  • Swift XRT Combined Intensity Images

    The Swift XRT (Burrows et al 2005, SSRv, 120, 165) is a sensitive, broad-band (0.2 - 10 keV) X-ray imager with an effective area of about 125 cm*2 at 1.5 keV. The 600 x 600...
  • Swift UVOT Combined V Intensity Images

    The Swift UVOT instrument is a 30 cm modified Ritchey-Chretien reflecting telescope launched on board the Swift satellite on November 20, 2004. The range of optical and UV...
  • Sydney University Molonglo Sky Survey

    The Sydney University Molonglo Sky Survey (SUMSS) is a deep radio survey at 843 MHz of the entire sky south of declination -30°, made using the Molonglo Observatory...
  • VLA Survey of SDSS Stripe 82

    This survey is a deep, high resolution radio survey of a relatively small region that has particularly deep coverage in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. As described in the...
  • SkyView Virtual Observatory

    SkyView is a Virtual Observatory on the Net. Astronomers can generate images of any portion of the sky at wavelengths in all regimes from radio to gamma-ray. Users tell...
  • The Southern H-Alpha Sky Survey Atlas: Continuum

    The Southern H-Alpha Sky Survey Atlas is the product of a wide-angle digital imaging survey of the H-alpha emission from the warm ionized interstellar gas of our Galaxy. This...
  • Schlegel, Finkbeiner and Davis dust\ map survey

    The full sky 100 micron map is a reprocessed composite of the COBE/DIRBE and IRAS/ISSA maps, with the zodiacal foreground and confirmed point sources removed. Artifacts from...
  • Sloan Digital Sky Survey g-band DR7

    The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is the deepest large scale survey of the sky currently available. SkyView dynamically queries the SDSS archive to retrieve information and...
  • Sloan Digital Sky Survey g-band

    The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is the deepest large scale survey of the sky currently available. SkyView dynamically queries the SDSS archive (currently release DR9) to...
  • RXTE Allsky 3\-20 keV Flux

    Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer was launched at the end of 1995 and up to now (2004) it has been successfully operating for more than 7 years. The mission was primarily designed to...
  • ROSAT All-Sky X-ray Background Survey: Band 1

    These maps present maps of ROSAT soft X-ray all-sky survey as presented in Snowden et al, ApJ 485, 125 (1997). The maps cover approximately 98% of the sky. These maps have had...
  • ROSAT All-Sky X-ray Survey Broad Band: Intensity

    The ROSAT All-Sky X-ray Survey was obtained during 1990/1991 using the ROSAT Position Sensitive Proportional Counter (PSPC) in combination with the ROSAT X-ray Telescope...