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EXCEED data on-board "Hisaki" released

The dataset of the extreme ultraviolet spectroscope (EXCEED) onboard the Hisaki satellite is now published on DARTS. Hisaki started a big observing campaign for Jupiters aurora and plasma from May 2016 in collaboration with the JUNO explorer and Hubble space telescope. This campaign will uncover plasma accelerations and heating at magnetic rotators. (August 2016)

JUDO2 and UDON2 linked and new functionalities added

JUDO2 and UDON2 are linked, and new functionalities are added. Let us introduce some of them: (1) For the targets displayed in JUDO2, you can start UDON2 and carry out quick analysis. Zoom-in the region including the sources interested, click the "UDON2" button on the top-right. Currently, you can analyze MAXI, Suzaku and ASCA. (2) You can display fields of view (foot-prints) of the XMM-Newton satellite on JUDO2. If you click the footprint, you can jump to the XMM archive at ESAC. (3) Constellation pictures can be displayed with JUDO2. The figure in the right-hand-side is the MAXI X-ray image around the Galactic Center region, superposed with the constellation pictures. The brightest X-ray source in the sky, Scorpius X-1, is located on the left-claw of Scorpion. (August 2016)

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Last Modified: 22 August 2016