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Hi Jonas,

I've uploaded a new version now to pypi and npm; 1.4.2

pip install pyesasky==1.4.2

and jupyter labextension install pyesasky@1.4.2 will do the installations.

The syntax is like this:

esasky.overlayMOC(mocstring, name, color, opacity)



esasky.overlayMoc('6/2-15 23 554 7/22 50-75', 'myMoc', 'blue', 0.2)

esasky.overlayMoc('{"3":[1,2,3,4,5], "4":[2,3,4]}', 'myMoc', '#FF1244', 1) Opacity 1 gives only the edges


There seems to be a small bug in AladinLite for MOCs in Ipix 0 for order 3 when zoomed out quite a bit. I'll try to have a look at that a bit later but hopefully it shouldn't interfere too much.

Have a look and see if fits what you were looking for.

Best regards

Hi Jonas,

Good point. We definitely should have this. Actually not too much work to implement it. I'm working on it right now. My plan was to implement it so you supply a JSON MOC or string serialization as in the IVOA description 2.3.2 and 3.1: What do you think about that?

I'll try to finish that today and release a new pyESASky version.

Best regards


ESASky team