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Allow to search for Solar System Objects observed serendipitously by Astronomy missions

Bruno Merín 2 years ago • updated by anonymous 1 year ago 2

I would like to be able to search for Solar System Objects that might have been serendipitously (or intentionally) observed by Astronomy observatories.

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Dear Bruno,


As you know, version 2.0 of ESASky has just been released at http://sky.esa.int and allows to search so far for planets and comets that have been observed either intentionally or serendipitously by space astronomy missions.


Best regards,

Bruno

On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre

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A first prototype of this functionality has been planned and will be demoed at the Asteroids, Comets and Meters conference in Montevideo (10 - 14 April 2017).

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Dear Bruno,


As you know, version 2.0 of ESASky has just been released at http://sky.esa.int and allows to search so far for planets and comets that have been observed either intentionally or serendipitously by space astronomy missions.


Best regards,

Bruno

On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre