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Dear Pedro,


We are glad to announce that the functionality you requested is already available in ESASky version 2.0, which has been released today.


Enjoy filtering!


Best regards,

Bruno Merin


On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre

Dear Pedro,


We are pleased to announced that the filtering functionality is already available in ESASky v2.0: which has been released today at http://sky.esa.int.


Best regards,


Bruno Merín

On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre

Dear Bruno,


As you know, version 2.0 of ESASky has just been released at http://sky.esa.int and allows to search so far for planets and comets that have been observed either intentionally or serendipitously by space astronomy missions.


Best regards,

Bruno

On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre

Dear Fabrizio,


It is our great pleasure to announce to you that ESASky v2.0 has been released today and that it now runs on mobile devices like smartphones and tables. It is ironic to have to tell you this since YOU HAVE MADE IT yourself!!


So thanks so much and congratulations for the good work!!


Bruno Merín

On behalf of the ESAC Science Data Centre

Dear Ricardo,

We are happy to report that the problem you reported has been fixed in version 2.0 of the ESASky application: http://sky.esa.int

Enjoy!

Bruno

on behalf of the ESASky team

Dear Bruno,

We are happy to report that the feature you requested is now available in ESASky v2.0: http://sky.esa.int

Just click on the filter icon at the top of the INSTRUMENT column in a Herschel imaging tab and you will be able to select the instrument you want.

Enjoy!

Bruno2