IRSA: The NASA/IPAC InfraRed
Science Archive is a project focused on providing software and Internet
services to facilitate astronomical discoveries, support the production of
new astronomical data products, and to plan future observations utilizing the
data archive from infrared astrophysics missions supported at IPAC such
as 2MASS, SIRTF, ISO, WIRE, MSX, and IRAS.
IRSKY offers convenient and efficient access to the major released
IRAS science products. Many of the features in X-Windows based
IRSKY have been updated into the services of WWW-based
IBIS: The IRSKY Batch Inquiry System,
is an electronic mail interface to IRSKY that provides access
to the background estimators and catalog search functions.
ISO GTO Proposal Abstract Titles
-- With links to text.
First Look Tools: These tools will dump the binary FITS tables of the
ISO Auto-Analysis Results to ASCII format (for PHT, LWS, and SWS) or
2-d images (for CAM) for easier readability using common plotting or image
:Full RESolution Survey COaddition. Coadded images of the IRAS
calibrated raw survey data with no resolution enhancement or smoothing
applied. Automated address for request template and instructions:
: Resolution enhancement of IRAS data using the Maximum Correlation
Method. Actual resolution achieved varies but can be better than an arcminute.
Automated address for request template and instructions:
INFRARED PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS CENTER