Solar System Interest Group Session: October 2022, Online

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Solar System Interest Group Session: Weds Oct 19, 15:00-16:00 UTC (Session #9)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Marco Molinaro (INAF)

CAESAR: Space Weather Archive Prototype for ASPIS

The project CAESAR (Comprehensive spAce wEather Studies for the ASPIS prototype Realization) is aimed to tackle all the relevant aspects of Space Weather (SWE) and realize the prototype of the scientific data centre for Space Weather of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) called ASPIS (ASI SPace Weather InfraStructure). This contribution is meant to bring attention upon the first steps in the development of the CAESAR prototype for ASPIS.

Focus will be given to the activities of the Node 2000 of CAESAR, the set of Work Packages dedicated to the technical design and implementation of the CAESAR ASPIS archive prototype.
Product specifications of the intended resources that will form the archive, functional and system requirements gathered as first steps to seed the design of the prototype infrastructure, and evaluation of existing frameworks, tools and standards, will be presented as well as the status of the project in its initial stage.

pdf 10+2 mins
Stéphane Erard (Obs. de Paris)

Solar System Data in the HST Catalogue

A case study on extracting planetary observations from a primarily astrophysical archive using TAP and EPNCore.

pdf 10+2 mins
Steve Joy & In Sook Moon (UCLA/PDS)

EPN-TAP at the PDS Planetary Plasma Interactions (PPI) Node

A report on the first EPN-TAP service interfacing IVOA protocols with the PDS4 Information Model.

pdf 10+2 mins
Glenn Orton (JPL)

The Juno Mission's Coordination of Earth-Based Supporting Observations

The Juno mission benefitted from contributions made by Earth-based observers who coordinated their activities with the mission timeline.

pdf 10+2 mins
Vandana Desai (NASA/IPAC)

Planetary Science with Data and Tools from the NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive

The NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive (IRSA) is one of NASA's Astrophysics archives. However, we serve data from missions that are important for planetary science: Spitzer, WISE, NEOWISE, ZTF, and in the future, NEO Surveyor. I will discuss the tools that enable planetary science with these data sets, including some challenges we have faced in serving the distinct needs of this community. I will also touch on planetary science tools in use at other IPAC archives, including the Keck Observatory Archive.

pdf 10+2 mins

  • Moderator: Baptiste Cecconi
  • Note Taker: Anne Raugh
  • Notes: etherpad notes
  • Video:
Topic attachments
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PDFpdf CAESAR-IVOA-2022-SSIG_Molinaro.pdf r1 manage 835.9 K 2022-10-18 - 22:42 MarcoMolinaro  
PDFpdf Desai_IVOA_Oct2022.pdf r1 manage 5299.6 K 2022-10-19 - 13:28 AnneRaugh  
PDFpdf Erard_HST.pdf r1 manage 540.5 K 2022-10-17 - 13:39 AnneRaugh SSIG Presentation
PDFpdf IVOA2022_EPN-TAPatPPI.pdf r1 manage 3864.6 K 2022-10-18 - 20:53 AnneRaugh  
PDFpdf Orton_Juno_Support_IVOA_2022Oct_v2.pdf r1 manage 21635.8 K 2022-10-17 - 19:03 AnneRaugh Glenn Orton's SSIG presentation
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