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Hi,


Yes, we plan on supporting VOTable uploads as well.

We'll let you know when this is available!

Kind regards,

Debbie

Dear User,

It is possible to upload a user table via the target lists feature: in Science mode click on the scroll icon in the search field (in Explorer mode, there is also a dedicated icon in the top left). Then select 'Upload Target List' and load your list of targets (either names that can be resolved by Simbad, or a list of coordinates). Each target will show as a green square and you can scroll or play through your list. Help on the feature can be found here: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/esdc/esasky-interface#list

The format needed to display uploaded target lists, and some examples, can be found here: Target lists - ESDC - Cosmos (esa.int)

And next year we are planning to add user areas to ESASky, where you'll be able to upload and save your own user tables. 

I hope this is what you are looking for.

Kind regards,

Debbie, on behalf of the ESASky team

I'm glad we found it, and glad it wasn't an ESASky bug in the end!

Many thanks for contacting us!

Best regards,

Debbie

Hi Andy,

Could it be your SIMBAD output format options here? : https://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-fout 

Do you have the file output selected? 

Can you also test from this direct link, does it also download a file? : https://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-coo?&Coord=261.181980788827d-34.194661067092d&CooFrame=FK5&Radius=2&Radius.unit=arcmin"

Many thanks,

Debbie

Dear Andy,

Good to hear from you, but sorry you're experiencing a bug! We don't seem to be able to reproduce this, trying a number of browsers and operating systems. Can you tell us which Gaia source you're trying and with which browser, browser version and Operating System you're using? 

Many thanks and regards,

Debbie

Great, many thanks Belen, and for all your support! :-)

Dear Belen,

A patch release of ESASky has been performed and the upload target list functionality should be working again (please refresh ESASky and try it). Again, apologies for this bug, it was related to an issue following the latest hardware upgrades.

Let us know if you still have any issues and many thanks for reporting the problem!

Best regards,

Debbie

Dear Belen,

Many thanks for telling us! This is a bug you've caught and the team is working on fixing it now, asap. I'll let you know when it's working and I hope it won't disrupt your work this morning with your students - apologies.

Many thanks,

Debbie

Dear Anakin,


Data from the James Webb Space Telescope can be accessed in ESASky via the images and spectra buttons (in the top left of the application). Background skies (HiPS) from Webb can be found in the skies button (top left) and to help you find the data, a target list with the Webb Early Release Targets can be found in the targets list (the 'scroll' icon in the search field, and additionally in Explorer mode, in the top left icon).


Information on the Webb observations can be found here: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/esdc/esasky-observations#JWST

On the Webb skies here: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/esdc/esasky-skies#JWST


And please also see the news article and gif here: https://esdcnews.esac.esa.int/news/2022-07/#ESASky

Kind regards,

Deborah, on behalf of the ESASky team

Dear Bruno,

We indeed had an issue with our automatic ingestion. This has now been fixed and you can find the CoRoT-9 data in ESASky.

 

Many thanks for telling us about this!

Debbie on behalf of the ESASky team.