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Paper: OAJ Web Portals: From Observations Scheduling to Data Access and Visualization
Volume: 527, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XXIX
Page: 101
Authors: Civera, T.; Hernández, J.
Abstract: The Observatorio Astrofísico de Javalambre (OAJ, Teruel, Spain) has two main telescopes: JST/T250, a 2.5m 3 deg FoV and JAST/T80 with 2 deg FoV. From OAJ two large area multiband photometric sky surveys of 8500 square degrees are being carried out. J-PAS using 54 narrow and 5 broad band filters and J-PLUS using 12 filters. The OAJ also offers 20% of observing time to the community. This contribution presents different web applications designed and implemented at the Centro de Estudios de Física del Cosmos de Aragón (CEFCA) used for a variety of purposes: scheduling and tracking of the different observations, management and data quality review of the products of the reduction pipeline, external access to the data products of the Open Observing Time, and external access and visualization of the images and catalogues of the J-PLUS and J-PAS surveys using services such as images search, cone search, object list search, object visualization, sky navigation and asynchronous queries (ADQL). All web applications have been developed with Python language and PostgreSQL database.
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