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ISS Japanese Experimental Module (JEM)/Kibo experimental data released

Experimental data concerning fluid physics and crystal growth obtained in the Pressurized Module (PM) of Kibo aboard the International Space Station are publicly released. The released dataset contain video images and digital data such as temperature, voltage, etc. under various experimental conditions. These data are widely opened to scientists in worldwide, and are expected to produce new scientific knowledge. The image in the right-hand side, which looks like a tree-leaf, is obtained in the ice-crystal growth experiment (dendrite crystal growth). (Apr. 2015)

AKARI Far-infrared All-sky map released

AKARI Far-infrared All-Sky Survey Maps are publicly released. The maps cover more than 99 per cent of the entire sky in the wavelength bands centered at 65, 90, 140, and 160 micrometers. The spatial resolution is about 1 arcmin, that is the highest among all the all-sky maps ever made in these wavelengths. Each FITS file covers a 6.0 deg x 6.0 deg area in the ecliptic coordinates (except for both polar regions that are in the equatorial coordinates). All the files are available from here. Alternatively, you may search your favorite data at here. (Mar. 2015)

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