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► System Maintenance
(7 Aug. 2015) For maintenance activities, service becomes unavailable in the following periods. We are sorry for your inconvenience.
2015-08-28 18:00 -- 2015-08-31 10:00 (JST)
(27 Aug. 2015) For maintenance activities, web service becomes unavailable for several minutes in the following periods. We are sorry for your inconvenience.
2015-08-31 13:00 -- 13:30 (JST)
C3 can now display data in the "Dagik Earh" Web-version
C3 is updated to provide scientific data in the framework of the "Dagik Earth" web version (see the Dagik Earth project page for more details). For example, the figure in the right-hand side indicates global distribution of the locations (epicenters) and depths of foci of the earthquakes between Jan. and March in 2010. Click the figure, launch the Dagik Earth web versionn, and rotate the globe using mouse. In this manner, anyone can now enjoy images of the scientific data outputs more easily. (August 2015)
AKARI-CAS Explore tool updated
AKARI-CAS (AKARI Catalog Archive Server) Explore tool is updated with significant renovation. Whereas AKARI-CAS has been developed to query point sources in the AKARI Point Source Catalogs (PSC), you can, using the Explore tool, simultaneously display maps taken by various instruments around the point sources not only in the AKARI PSC, but also in other major catalogs. Thanks to "Aladin Lite", which enables you to browse easily and flexibly various colored survey maps, it became possible to display the AKARI/FIS All-Sky Survey Map. (AKARI/IRC (Infrared Camera) all-sky map data are to be released soon. ) This time, the maps of AKARI/FIS and WISE are added to the previously released map data (IRIS, 2MASS and DSS2) and catalog data (AKARI/FIS, AKARI/IRC, RC3, IRAS, IRAS FSC, and 2MASS). (July 2015)