A Public Data Archive for the Italian Radio Telescopes - NASA/ADS

peter.suber's bookmarks 2020-05-10

Summary:

Abstract:  The amount of data delivered by modern instrumentation and observing techniques is bringing radio astronomy in the era of Big Data, and the nowadays widely adopted Open Data policies allow free and open access to data from many radio astronomy facilities. A fundamental ingredient to enable Open Science in the radio astronomical community and to engage also public participation (the so called Citizen Science) is thus the availability of public archives in which data can be accessed and searched with modern software tools. A web-based, VO-compliant public archive has been built to host data from the Italian radio telescopes managed by the National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF). The archive main features consist in the capability to handle the various types of data coming from the different observing instrumentation at the telescopes; the adoption of a policy to guarantee the data proprietary period; the accessibility of data through a web interface and the adoption of VO standards to allow for successful scientific exploitation of the archive itself in the data mining era. We present the progress status of the public Data Archive for the Italian radio telescopes being developed to provide the international community with a state-of-the-art archive for radio astronomical data.

 

Link:

https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2020ASPC..522..463Z/abstract

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oa.new oa.astronomy oa.data oa.apis oa.italy oa.citizen_science oa.repositories oa.repositories.data

Date tagged:

05/10/2020, 12:44

Date published:

05/10/2020, 08:44