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14/01 — Update of the search interface

The advanced search interface now enables the user to select the HST/Jupiter data acquired since mid-2016 as a function of the position of the Juno spacecraft (distance, local time, jovicentric latitude and magnetic latitude).

Happy new year 2021 !

21/04 — Novel Jupiter campaign in support to Juno

Release of the latest public Jupiter HST campaign which spanned 2019 acquired in support to Juno (Perijoves 18 to 22) :
- Jupiter, Feb.-Sep. 2019 (STIS, 50 images, 2 spectra) ;
- the time-tagged long exposure STIS images have been sequenced in 100-s long exposures, yielding 1180 new images.
- all the images have been individually re-centered to complete all the APIS data levels. Projections have been plotted with a logarythmic intensity scale and usual magnetic markers of the footprint of the galilean satellites.

9/10 — Release of all Cassini/UVIS observations of Saturn

Following the early release published in June 2019, a complete dataset of Cassini/UVIS auroral observations of Saturn ranging from 2004 to 2017 is now available. The data, acquired in both the Far-UV or Extreme-UV channels, have been splitted in invidual planetary scans to facilitate their use, yielding 8000 invididual data cubes provided in fits format.

2/06 — Updated HST/Jupiter products

Major release concerning the two public Jupiter HST campaigns ranging 2016-2018 acquired in support to Juno :
- all the time-tagged long exposure STIS images of both the May-July 2016 and Nov. 2016-Sep. 2018 campaigns have been sequenced in 100-s long exposures, yielding 1229 and 3397 new images.
- all the long exposure images of the Jupiter, Nov. 2016-Sep. 2018 campaign. have been individually re-centered and projected to complete the APIS data levels.
- the short exposure images of the Jupiter, Nov. 2016-Sep. 2018 campaign. are processed similarly : the first two APIS data levels are already available while the projections are under calculation.