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Paper: New Features of Subaru Telescope Science Archive System, SMOKA
Volume: 376, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XVI
Page: 213
Authors: Enoki, M.; Nakata, F.; Yoshino, A.; Yamada, Y.; Yagi, M.; Takata, T.; Ichikawa, S.; Ozawa, T.; Horaguchi, T.
Abstract: We present new features of the Subaru-Mitaka-Okayama-Kiso- Archive (SMOKA), which is a science archive system operated and developed by the Astronomy Data Center, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Through the WWW, SMOKA provides public science data obtained by the Subaru Telescope, the 1.88-m telescope at Okayama Astrophysical Observatory (OAO), and the 1.05-m Schmidt telescope at Kiso Observatory. We have developed new search interfaces (SUP Search, All-Keyword Search, Full-Text Search). SUP Search is a customized interface for searching Suprime-Cam (Subaru Prime Focus Camera) data. Using a pin-point search function, users can search frames whose FOV contains an input coordinate with accuracy of <1.″0. Processed Suprime-Cam data (astrometric calibrated data and, bias-subtracted and flatfielded data) are also available. A database of data quality indices (e.g., seeing, sky level) obtained by our quality assessment system, NAQATA, enables users to retrieve data specifying these indices. All-Keywords Search is an interface for using any FITS-Header-Keywords in search constraints. Full-text search is an interface for using the full text of FITS-Header including comments in search constraints.
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