VESPA / Virtual Observatory Tools



VESPA-related tools

Planetary Cesium Viewer

On-line 3D viewer for generic planetary surface analysis, developed by GEOPS/Orsay

3Dview

3D viewer for planetary objects, spacecraft trajectories and data developed by GFI/Toulouse and CDPP/IRAP/Toulouse (initiated under CNES contract)

Aladin

Image plotting tool, developed by CDS/Strasbourg

CASSIS

Spectral data analysis tool, developed at IRAP/Toulouse

AMDA

Includes plotting and comparison tools for plasma and radio observations, IRAP/Toulouse

MATISSE

3D viewer for planetary objects, initiated under contract from ASI (Italian Space Agency)




Other relevant VO tools in Planetary Science context

DaCHS

Framework used to distribute TAP services (Heidelberg University)

TOPCAT

Tabular data analysis tool (Bristol University)

VOSpec

Spectral data analysis tool (ESA/ESAC)

SPLAT-VO

Spectral Analysis Tool (Durham University)

SAOImage DS9

Astronomical image and data visualization application, compliant with VO standards (Smithsonian, Cambridge)

VOplot

Java viewer for vectors or histograms (VO-India)

Specview

Java viewer for spectra with reference data (STScI)

Autoplot

Interactive plotting tool for space physics data and time series (University of Iowa)

WebGeolCalc

Web-based graphical user interface to SPICE geometry computations (JPL)

Euro3D client

VO tool dealing with datasets in the Euro3D FITS format (ObsParis/PADC)

Mizar

On-line 3d viewer for sky and planets, developed at CNES

PSWS tools

Tools from PSWS in Europlanet2020




Search interfaces

VESPA main user interface

Optimized user interface for EPN-TAP services

TapHandle

Search interface for individual TAP services, with extra functions (Univ. Strasbourg)

DaCHS ADQL interface

Low level search interface available on every DaCHS server (replace with your server's URL)




Further information


VESPA wiki JRA-Task 2. Tools & Interface

Credits


VESPA has first been designed in the frame of Europlanet-RI JRA4 work package (IDIS activity).
The Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654208.
Additional funding was provided in France by the Action Spécifique Observatoire Virtuel and Programme National de Planétologie / INSU.



Europlanet Project supported by the European Union VOParis Observatoire

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