|a partnership of||(co-ordinator) OmegaCEN - NOVA at Kapteyn Institute, Groningen - NL|
|Netherlands Research School for Astronomy - NL|
|Argelander-Institut für Astronomie, Bonn - D|
|Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Napoli - I|
|This system was developed as part of the Target project. Target was supported by Samenwerkingsverband Noord-Nederland (SNN) and the Groningen Municipality. The project was financially supported by the European Fund for Regional Development and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation (Pieken in de Delta), the Province of Groningen and the Province of Drenthe.||Universitäts-Sternwarte München - D|
|ESO, Garching bei München - D|
|Terapix, IAP, Paris - F|
|Overall storage and user statistics
Online storage: 930 TB (868 TB used)
Number of files stored: 88544245
Database accounts: 329
Total queries1: 8701002
1sum for all databases since their last restart
The documentation has been converted from LaTex to Sphinx. Documentation is now available at doc.astro-wise.org.
|20 Nov 2017|
Simultaneously with the Python 3 migration, for version control of our software we have moved from CVS to Git(-Lab)). Our CVS server is now read-only for most projects, but will remain available for some time. This GitLab server is our new code repository.
|24 Apr 2017|
|Python 3 migration
The Astro-WISE code base has been migrated to Python 3. From now on (at the Kapteyn Institute) the default environment will run Python 3.
|24 Apr 2017|
|On March 22 and 27 astronomers from Leiden and Groningen met at the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute for a hands-on introduction for working with Astro-WISE. The participants will use the information system to exploit a range of scientific projects with the optical wide-field imager OmegaCAM at the VST and the near-infrared counterpart VIRCAM at VISTA. The sessions were led by Jelte de Jong, an expert user of Astro-WISE and project manager for the Kilo-Degree Survey. All ESO public releases for this survey (3 so far) are being produced and qualified with Astro-WISE.||22 Mar 2017|
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