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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. Under the responsability of F. Magalhaes, 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.

2/06 — Early release of Cassini/UVIS Grand Finale data

Cassini/UVIS FUV calibrated auroral observations ranging the latest phase of the Cassini mission, have just been released. They include quicklooks, standard fits files and the search interface enables to directly open the datacubes with Aladin (through SAMP) :
- Saturn 2016 : 676 datacubes
- Saturn 2017 : 894 datacubes

2/06 — Update of Hisaki//EXCEED observations

Thanks to the continuous collaboration with the team at Tohoku University, the external Hisaki database has been updated up to 25 may 2019 and now includes >1700 observations of the solar system planets.