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Moor: web access to end-to-end data flow information at ESO
Author(s): Alberto Maurizio Chavan; Michele Peron; Judith Anwunah; Tim Canavan; Dario Dorigo; Nick Kornweibel; Fabio Sogni
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Paper Abstract

All ESO Science Operations teams operate on Observing Runs, loosely defined as blocks of observing time on a specific instrument. Observing Runs are submitted as part of an Observing Proposal and executed in Service or Visitor Mode. As an Observing Run progresses through its life-cycle, more and more information gets associated to it: Referee reports, feasibility and technical evaluations, constraints, pre-observation data, science and calibration frames, etc. The Manager of Observing Runs project (Moor) will develop a system to collect operational information in a database, offer integrated access to information stored in several independent databases, and allow HTML-based navigation over the whole information set. Some Moor services are also offered as extensions to, or complemented by, existing desktop applications.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 September 2004
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 5493, Optimizing Scientific Return for Astronomy through Information Technologies, (16 September 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.551130
Show Author Affiliations
Alberto Maurizio Chavan, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Michele Peron, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Judith Anwunah, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Tim Canavan, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Dario Dorigo, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Nick Kornweibel, European Southern Observatory (Germany)
Fabio Sogni, European Southern Observatory (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5493:
Optimizing Scientific Return for Astronomy through Information Technologies
Peter J. Quinn; Alan Bridger, Editor(s)

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