Thanks Debbie, that is very much appreciated.
That's great, but I really would prefer to be able to load these other maps in the GUI, since having to open and configure a jupyter notebook just to be able to explore quickly which available data there is for a particular source might be a bit too cumbersome to some people like myself.. ;)
So thanks in advance if you could make that also part of the main application eventually and congratulations again on a fantastic tool for data exploration !
For some reason, now I opened a new tab with the same field and I can see it well... But it did not show the nebula right in another tab in the same browser (Firefox 88,0 64-bit, on Mac OS Catalina 10.15.7).
Thanks Debbie, that's great, but would it be possible to also search now by Gaia source ID name?
Thanks Debbie !
That's brilliant ! And I just also discovered that I can even find the Kepler time-series from any of these objects in your external TAP feature so great job !
That's great, but I can still not get to visualise the Gaia catalogue in this region without knowing how to narrow down tremendously the catalogue section. I tried reducing the parallax from the original range to 0 to 0.1 pc, which is ridiculously small already and because of the limitation to go below 4000 sources, I can still see no Gaia sources in the region.. What can I do if I do not know the proper motion of the region but want to visualise it?
Thanks again and congratulations again for the amazing tool, I use it now everyday.
Brilliant ! Thanks very much !
I just tested this and it now takes 12 seconds, which is better than the 20/25 seconds you mentioned but still too slow for allowing practical for free exploration of the gaia data of different regions..
I think that the FoV does not change because the image is resized to fit into the new dimensions of the browser window, so it seems correct from my point of view..
That's fantastic! I could spend hours just clicking on that button now! 8D8D
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