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Paper: Subaru Telescope ARchive System (STARS), Current Status and Future Work
Volume: 216, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems IX
Page: 157
Authors: Takata, T.; Ogasawara, R.; Kawarai, K.; Yamamoto, T.
Abstract: At the end of December 1998, Subaru Telescope had its FIRST LIGHT (FL) and started to produce a large amount of observational data around optical to near infrared wavelength. We developed a data archive system STARS (Subaru Telescope Archive System) for handling, storing, managing and serving these data, and current stored number of data files is about 50,000. This system is developed on the Supercomputer system in Subaru Telescope's Hilo base facility, getting all data from the summit via high speed network connection. The data searching GUI is based on WEB CGI and Javascript, and it can serve many types of important information about searched data such as FITS header information (HDI), ASCII Table Extension information (ATE), Quick-Look-Image (QLI) and observational log etc.
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