Welcome to DARTS/AKARI
AKARI is Japan's first dedicated infrared astronomical satellite (and the second infrared space mission following IRTS) launched on February 22, 2006. AKARI's primary mission is to carry out the all-sky survey with the best sensitivity, spatial resolution and the widest wavelengths.
Detailed information can be found at the AKARI project page.
- 14 Oct. 2022
- AKARI CAS cache data about SIMBAD was updated. Please try to Match-up AKARI catalogues with Cached SIMBAD/NED catalogs.
- 25 July 2022
- The three AKARI proposals are now searchable.
- 10 Mar. 2022
AKARI/IRC Pointed Observation Images (Phase 1&2) is available on DARTS!
- Product description page
- Data archive directory (HTTP)
- Data Search
AKARI CAS Explore is updated! Display images can be select from 4 datasets :
- dataset1 - DSS2, 2MASS, ALWISE, Spitzer, AKARI FIS, IRAS
- dataset2 - CHIPASS, AKARI FIS, ALWISE, DSS2, ROSAT, Felmi
- dataset3 - CHIPASS, CO, AKARI FIS for Bright source, Herschel SPIRE, Spitzer, Gaia EDR3
- dataset4 - DSS2, GALEX GR6, ROSAT, MAXI GSC, Swift BAT, Fermi
Previous news are listed in History page.