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New ASDC catalog layout and VO access
The ASDC web pages dedicated to the on-line access to public astronomical catalogs, have been recently renewed by the ASDC team with a novel layout. The new design presents several new features, including powerful multi-criteria filtering options, aimed at increasing the catalog information management. But the most important feature is the implementation of the WebSAMPConnector applet (...read more)
On-line Fermi services from ASDC
The NASA Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope is a powerful space observatory that has opened a new window on the universe. With a huge leap in all key capabilities, Fermi data enable scientists to answer persistent questions across a broad range of topics, including supermassive black-hole systems, pulsars, the origin of cosmic rays, and searches for signals of new physics (...read more)
New release of the Swift-XRT Data Analysis Software
A new release of the Swift X-Ray Telescope Data Analysis Software (XRTDAS, v. 2.7.0) is available here as part of the HEASoft 6.11 package distributed by the NASA HEASARC. The XRTDAS package, designed and developed under the responsibility of the ASDC, is part of the official pipeline used at the NASA Swift Data Center to generate the scientific archive for the Swift instrument data. (...read more)
The 3rd Edition of the Roma-BZCAT is on-line at ASDC
The 3rd Edition of the Roma-BZCAT Multifrequency Catalog of BLAZAR is available on-line at the ASDC. The Roma-BZCAT (Massaro et al. 2009) is one of the most complete list of Active Galactic Nuclei whose emission properties are recognised as typical of blazars. (...read more)