Data centers (AA-ANO5)

Data centers (AA-ANO5)

At IRAP, service activities in the field of data processing and archiving, their direct or enhanced provision by analytical support tools are federated within the regional center of expertise, the Virtual Observatory of the Great South West (OV-GSO)

OV-GSO

#Sun – Earth
CDPP : Centre de Données de la Physique des Plasmas
CLIMSO DB : CLIchés Multiples du SOleil
STORMS
Pôle de diffusion de données de physique des plasmas

#Interstellar medium
CADE : Centre d’Analyse de Données Etendues
CASSIS : Centre d’Analyse Scientifique de Spectres Instrumentaux et Synthétiques
XMM-Newton-SSC : Survey Science Center

#Stellar objects
PolarBase

SNO-AA-ANO5 List

STORMS

SNO-AA-ANO5 News

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XMM-Newton celebrates twenty years in space with the release of new, comprehensive source catalogues

To celebrate twenty years since the launch of the European Space Agency’s X-ray observatory, XMM-Newton, a new catalogue of all of the X-ray sources detected with this satellite has been […]

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Digging deeper: the first catalogue of X-ray sources in overlapping observations published

The XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre (SSC) has published the first catalogue of X-ray sources from regions of the sky observed repeatedly. The catalogue comprises almost 72,000 objects, partly of exotic […]

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A star swallowed by a new type of black holes

Using data from the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton Observatory, an international team of researchers, including three IRAP researchers, surprised a new type of black hole (an intermediate mass black hole) […]

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More than three quarters of a million detections of black holes, stars and other stellar exotica

The 16th of May 2018 sees the eighth data release of the XMM-Newton serendipitous source catalogue (3XMM-DR8), the largest catalogue of X-ray sources from a single X-ray observatory. This new […]

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An update to the largest catalogue of X-ray detected astrophysical objects

The first of June sees the seventh data release of the XMM-Newton serendipitous source catalogue (3XMM-DR7), the largest catalogue of X-ray sources ever created. This new version includes 727790 X-ray […]

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Astrophysicists from Toulouse have studied the “rejuvenating” pulsar in a neighboring galaxy

French scientists published the results of a study of the unique ultra-slow pulsar XB091D. This neutron star is believed to have captured a companion only a million years ago and […]

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BLACK HOLE MEAL SETS RECORD FOR LENGTH AND SIZE

A trio of X-ray observatories has captured a remarkable event in their data: a decade-long binge by a black hole almost two billion light years away. This discovery was made […]

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