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UkrVO Astroinformatics Software and Web-services

  • I. B. Vavilova (a1), Ya. S. Yatskiv (a1), L. K. Pakuliak (a1), I. L. Andronov (a2), V. M. Andruk (a1), Yu. I. Protsyuk (a3), V. E. Savanevych (a4), D. O. Savchenko (a5) and V. S. Savchenko (a6)...

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to introduce the software and astronomical web-services developed in frame of the Ukraine Virtual Observatory (UkrVO) and VIrtual Roentgen and Gamma Observatory (VIRGO) to the broad astronomical community. We report briefly on such web-services as the public databases “Sky Maps” of X-ray observations by XMM-Newton, the Earth Orbital Parameters for International Earth Rotation System, and the UkrVO Joint Digitized Archive of astroplates. We refer to such software as the “Multi-Column View”, “Variable Stars Calculator”, “FrameSmooth” for variable star’s research and “Collection Light Technology” (CoLiTec) software for search and discovery of new Solar System bodies.

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UkrVO Astroinformatics Software and Web-services

  • I. B. Vavilova (a1), Ya. S. Yatskiv (a1), L. K. Pakuliak (a1), I. L. Andronov (a2), V. M. Andruk (a1), Yu. I. Protsyuk (a3), V. E. Savanevych (a4), D. O. Savchenko (a5) and V. S. Savchenko (a6)...

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