Astrophysical data

A page that provides access to scientific data, news, and also some information on my activities, that involve studies about intermediate mass protostars (circumstellar disks modelling, chemical conditions in envelopes, and so on).

Astrophysical data

This page provides access to download data for any of the sources we have worked on. Among the data you will find articles, .30m and .lmv files (continuum, CO data, …) for Gildas, and status files to load the modelings that appear in our articles within the JPARSEC tools.

The search form below provides an easy access. Simply type in the source name (or a J2000 position as a set of six values separated by one space for h m s º ' ”) and, optionally, the search radius in degrees. Then click on the Search button, and a list of data will appear. In the list you will see a popup message describing each downloadable file if you keep the mouse on the link without moving it. The source name is solved using Simbad, so any identifier recognized by Simbad is allowed. If you leave the source name field empty and click on search, the table will show all available data. To obtain details for a given source, including maps generated on the fly using JPARSEC library, click on the name of a given source. Note that the search is not working in some cases, for example in the latest version of Chrome.

Source name / coordinates Radius (deg)

List of publications

My list of publications is available here.

Current research

  • Star formation.
  • Ephemerides server.

Presentations

Latest presentations.

Astronomy picture of the day

Latest news

Latest astronomical news from Space.com:

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    These are the top space stories this week from Space.com.
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  • On This Day in Space! May 25, 2008: Phoenix Spacecraft Lands on Mars by Hanneke Weitering (2019/05/25 13:28)
    On May 25, 2008, NASA's Phoenix lander arrived on Mars. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space videos series!
  • Space Travel Causes Joint Problems in Mice. But, What About Humans? by Hanneke Weitering (2019/05/25 12:33)
    After spending a month in space, a small group of mice returned to Earth with joint problems. Now scientists are wondering what that means for humans who go to space.
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    Nine out of the 88 officially recognized constellations are birds. For those who care to dabble in celestial ornithology, there are a wide variety of feathered creatures: everything from a beautiful swan, to a magnificent bald eagle. You can find the dove that was released by Noah after the great flood; it came back carrying a freshly plucked olive leaf indicating that dry land was close by. And there are also a few exotic varieties, such as a bird of paradise, a peacock, a long-necked crane and a toucan. There's even a mythical phoenix, who could supposedly live for 500 years, then die in a show of flames, only to arise again from its ashes. 
  • Wow! This Is What SpaceX's Starlink Satellites Look Like in the Night Sky by Tariq Malik (2019/05/25 05:41)
    A satellite tracker has spotted SpaceX's Starlink fleet in the sky a day after the 60-satellite launch. The view is amazing!
  • Elon Musk Says It's 'So Far, So Good' for SpaceX's 1st 60 Starlink Satellites by Mike Wall (2019/05/25 04:15)
    The first 60 satellites in SpaceX's huge Starlink constellation haven't experienced any hiccups in orbit thus far.
  • Boeing Completes Tests of Starliner Thrusters by Jeff Foust (2019/05/25 04:08)
    Boeing has completed ground testing of the thrusters for its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle, nearly a year after a setback in earlier testing of those thrusters.

Latest astronomical news from Astronomy.com:

 
data.txt · created: 2010/03/16 16:00 (Last modified 2017/11/27 10:51) by Tomás Alonso Albi
 
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