PADC TAP Server on voparis-tap-planeto.obspm.fr Public Tables

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apis.epn_coreTable Infoplasma in planetary atmosphere. Planetary aurorae are powerful emissions radiated from auroral regions of magnetized planets by accelerated charged particles, in a wide range of wavelengths (from radio to X-rays). The UV range in particular is adequate to measure collisionaly excited transitions of H and H2, the dominant species in the upper atmosphere of giant planets, produced by precipitating auroral particles, and benefits a good angular resolution. Auroral UV observations therefore provide a rich source of informations on planetary atmospheres and magnetospheres. They also offer a unique diagnostic to remotely probe the solar wind activity throughout the heliosphere. from Laurent Lamy
astdynvo.epn_coreTable Infoorbital parameter element lement abundance in planetary atmosphere.This database displays the calcumated orbital parameters for small body element
basecom.epn_coreTable Infoplasma in planetary atmosphere. Since 1973, the 18-cm lines of the OH radical have been systematically observed in a number of comets with the Nançay radio telescope. This allowed an evaluation of the cometary water production rates and their evolution with time, as well as a study of several physical processes: the excitation mechanisms of the OH radio lines, the expansion of the cometary atmospheres, their anisotropy in relation with non-gravitational forces, the Zeeman effect in relation with the cometary magnetic field. The Nançay observations of 53 cometary apparitions between 1982 and 2009 are now organized in this database.
bdip.epn_coreTable Infoplanetary images database *** One Century of Planetary Images *** The database of planetary images (BDIP) comes from the digitization of photographs collected and preserved by the Center for Photographic Documentation of the planets held by the IAU at the Meudon Observatory in 1961 under the the curation of J.H. Focas (IAUC, 12th General Assembly, Report 1964). A similar center was established at the Lowell Observatory in Arizona, under the responsibility of W.A. Baum. The photographs were duplicated between the two centers. Approximately 8400 photographs of Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn, acquired between 1890 and 1977, are kept at LESIA. They remain available for research on justified request. The digitization of these planetary photographs was performed by scanning between 1998 and 2000 by the staff of the Documentation Center (R. Boyer, E. Neyvoz et al), in the framework of a project proposed to the Scientific Council of the Paris Observatory by P. Drossart. Care was taken to preserve the best possible definition and photometric linearity of photographs during the scanning procedure. Storage was done using different image formats (JPEG, GIF and TIFF ie, lossy, lossless and uncompressed). Improved techniques for mass storage and network distribution today allow us to provide access to the highest definition images, thereby facilitating research on the evolution of planets, at asecular time scale. *** Scientific interest *** The scientific interest of the photographic database mainly concerns planetary atmospheric evolution of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus. The evolution of the Martian storms, or the polar caps on Mars, the survey of storms observed on Saturn, or features like the Great Red Spot of Jupiter or oval white spots are among the subjects which triggered on photographs. Such studies can be refined today thanks to digital pictures (Sanchez-Lavega and Battaner, A and A Suppl. Ser., 64, 287, 1986). Some images of Mercury are also available.
dynastvo.epn_coreTable InfoPlanetary Images DatabaseThis database displays the calcumated orbital parameters for small body element
exoplanet.epn_coreTable InfoEncyclopedia of extrasolar planetEncyclopedia of extrasolar planet
hst_planeto.epn_coreTable Info HST observations of planets, dwarf planets, and satellites, extracted from the CADC database catalogue (regularly updated). Data are linked to the CADC repository, with file names common to all HST archives. Both calibrated and derived products are included. The main target is identified. Physical ephemeris and thumbnails are provided when available. Files and previews are not accessible during the proprietary period. HST observations of planets, dwarf planets, and satellites, extracted from the CADC database catalogue (regularly updated). Data are linked to the CADC repository, with file names common to all HST archives. Both calibrated and derived products are included. The main target is identified. Physical ephemeris and thumbnails are provided when available. Files and previews are not accessible during the proprietary period.
iks.epn_coreTable Info Measurements of comet Halley in the spectral channel of IKS on board the Vega-1 spacecraft. Data are retrieved from the PDS Small Bodies Node data set (2011 reformatted version) and updated. The data set consists in 101 tables providing the radiance spectrum of comet Halley from various distances, plus two composite spectra. For details and further references, see: Combes M. et al., 1988, The 2.5-12 micron Spectrum of Comet Halley from the IKS-VEGA Experiment, Icarus, 76, 404-436 [1988Icar...76..404C] Measurements of comet Halley in the spectral channel of IKS on board the Vega-1 spacecraft. Data are retrieved from the PDS Small Bodies Node data set (2011 reformatted version) and updated. The data set consists in 101 tables providing the radiance spectrum of comet Halley from various distances, plus two composite spectra. For details and further references, see: Combes M. et al., 1988, The 2.5-12 micron Spectrum of Comet Halley from the IKS-VEGA Experiment, Icarus, 76, 404-436 [1988Icar...76..404C]
ivoa.emptyobscoreTable InfoAn empty table having all columns of the obscore table. Useful internally, and sometimes for tricky queries.Definition and support code for the ObsCore data model and table.
ivoa.ObsCoreTable InfoThe IVOA-defined obscore table, containing generic metadata for datasets within this datacenter.Definition and support code for the ObsCore data model and table.
kronos.epn_coreTable InfoCassini-Radio and Plasma Wave Science
m4ast.epn_coreTable Infocompiled database for asteroid spectra in the visible and NIR regionscompiled database for asteroid spectra in the visible and NIR regions
pds_speclib.epn_coreTable Info This service provides a VO version of the PDS spectral library, distributed by the PDS Geosciences node: http://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/mro/mro-m-crism-4-speclib-v1/mrocr_90xx/ Reference: Murchie et al (2007) Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). JGR Planets, 112:E05S03 This service provides a VO version of the PDS spectral library, distributed by the PDS Geosciences node: http://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/mro/mro-m-crism-4-speclib-v1/mrocr_90xx/ Reference: Murchie et al (2007) Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). JGR Planets, 112:E05S03
planets.epn_coreTable Info Demonstration service of EPN-TAP v1: main characteristics of planets. Data are included in the table, therefore most relevant parameters are non-standard in EPN-TAP. Data are retrieved from Archinal et al 2009 (IAU report, 2011CeMDA.109..101A) [radii] and Cox et al 2000 (Allen's astrophysical quantities, 2000asqu.book.....C) [masses, heliocentric distances, and rotation periods]. Demonstration service of EPN-TAP v1: main characteristics of planets. Data are included in the table, therefore most relevant parameters are non-standard in EPN-TAP. Data are retrieved from Archinal et al 2009 (IAU report, 2011CeMDA.109..101A) [radii] and Cox et al 2000 (Allen's astrophysical quantities, 2000asqu.book.....C) [masses, heliocentric distances, and rotation periods].
radiojove.epn_coreTable InfoRadioJOVE Data ArchiveGround based planetary radio observations (thus mainly Jupiter radio emissions). Amateur radio data from the RadioJOVE
spectro_planets.epn_coreTable Info This service provides a compilation of global spectra of planets and satellites in the visible and NIR range, for quick reference purpose. It is made from various libraries, including the Tohoku-Hiroshima-Nagoya Planet Spectra Library (Lundock et al 2009) and spectra from a USGS web site (R. Clark). Reformatted VOtable versions are provided together with links to the original data. This service provides a compilation of global spectra of planets and satellites in the visible and NIR range, for quick reference purpose. It is made from various libraries, including the Tohoku-Hiroshima-Nagoya Planet Spectra Library (Lundock et al 2009) and spectra from a USGS web site (R. Clark). Reformatted VOtable versions are provided together with links to the original data.
tap_schema.columnsTable InfoColumns in tables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.groupsTable InfoColumns that are part of groups within tables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.key_columnsTable InfoColumns participating in foreign key relationships between tables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.keysTable InfoForeign key relationships between tables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.schemasTable InfoSchmemas containing tables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.tablesTable InfoTables available for ADQL querying. Unnamed data center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
titan.epn_coreTable Infotemperature pressure and element abundance in planetary atmosphere.This database displays the temperature vertical profiles in Titan's atmosphere at nine different latitudes between 100 and 500 km. These profiles were retrieved from the infrared spectra acquired by the Composite Infrared Spectrometer (CIRS) aboard the Cassini spacecraft. The retrieval method and the description of the used dataset is detailed by Vinatier et al., 2009, Analysis of Cassini/CIRS limb spectra of Titan acquired during the nominal mission. I: Hydrocarbons, nitriles and CO2 vertical mixing ratio profiles, Icarus, in press. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.08.013
tnosarecool.epn_coreTable InfoThis service lists TNO thermal properties as derived mostly from Spitzer and Herschel observations This service lists TNO thermal properties as derived mostly from Spitzer and Herschel observations.
vvex.epn_coreTable InfoIR spectroscopy of Venus VIRTIS/Venus Express demonstrator service: imaging spectroscopy of Venus in the visible and the near infrared. This lists all the calibrated files from the nominal mission for the three channels M-vis, M-IR and H. Files are described according to the extended index in the PSA archive, with links to the PSA: ftp://psa.esac.esa.int/pub/mirror/VENUS-EXPRESS/VIRTIS/VEX-V-VIRTIS-2-3-V3.0/. See Piccioni et al, 2007, VIRTIS: The Visible and Infrared Thermal Imaging Spectrometer, ESA SP 1295.
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