GALEX

Helix Nebula in ultraviolet (GALEX)

Helix Nebula in ultraviolet (GALEX)

 

M33 (Triangulum Galaxy) on GALEX

M33 (Triangulum Galaxy) on GALEX

We’re about to finish work on new high resolution all sky survey – GALEX. The Galaxy Evolution Explorer is an orbiting space telescope observing galaxies in ultraviolet light across 10 billion years of cosmic history. GALEX GR4 imaging data contains about 31,200 2 color band frames with round image area of 2900 pixels in diameter each. It’s our third largest survey with its 200,000 megapixles of data after SDSS (1,100,000 MPixels) and DSS2 (800,000 MPixels). For now GALEX survey is available on two servers – server3.wikisky.org and server7.wikisky.org

 


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