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Now available: 3TB astronomy data for public discovery

An initial production release of ASKAP demonstration data has today been made available by the CSIRO ASKAP Data Science Archive (CASDA) team, a vital step in preparation for the start of ASKAP Early Science in 2016.

CASDA will provide the long term storage for ASKAP data products, as well as the hardware and software facilities that enable astronomers to make use of these.

Data collections from the major ASKAP surveys will be openly available to the global astronomy community following a process of data validation, and it is anticipated that the data archive will be used by at least 1500 astronomers for various science research projects.

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Added by Flornes Yuen on 2015-11-05

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