The APIS service provides access to spectro-imaging auroral observations of solar system planets and moons acquired by various UV observatories.

News

New Uranus data

10 Oct 2016

Addition of a Uranus campaign, Nov. 214 (STIS, 12 images).
Correction of intensity scales of level 2 data plots.

Spring updates

04 Mar 2016

Addition of two observational campaigns :
- Callisto, Dec. 2001 (STIS, 21 spectra)
- Mars, Oct.-Nov. 2007 (ACS, 181 images)

Update of data processing :
- All Jupiter projections (level 3 data, plots/fits files) have been updated using a 300km peak auroral altitude (vs 600km before).
- all 2D spectra (level 2, plots only = fits files unchanged) now indicate the body N pole with a white arrow.
- 2D spectra of moons/Uranus (level 2, plots only) : intensities <125nm have been divided by 10 to facilitate cross comparisons of emission at Lya and longer wavelengths.

Labellisation INSU

15 Jan 2016

Late 2015, APIS has officially been recognized as a Service National d’Observation by the Department of Universe sciences at CNRS, in the category of data processing, archiving and diffusion centres (SO5).

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