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The Hubble Legacy Archive (HLA) is designed to optimize science from the Hubble Space Telescope by providing online, enhanced Hubble products and advanced browsing capabilities. The HLA is a joint project of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility (ST-ECF), and the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC).

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HLA DR10.1 and Hubble Source Catalog Version 3 (2018 July 5)

NEW DATA PRODUCTS

USER INTERFACE ENHANCEMENTS

DR10 Release (2018 January 8)

NEW DATA PRODUCTS

USER INTERFACE ENHANCEMENTS

See the release notes for more details on this and past releases.

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HLA ESSENTIALS

Instrument/Product Source HLA Enhanced Products 1 Download
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  1. Fraction of all HST data for which the HLA currently includes enhanced products. Note that the HLA searches and footprints also include standard products. Proprietary data and other data not yet processed by the HLA project are available through DADS requests (which may also be submitted using the HLA cart). Observations with guide star acquisition failures, zero exposure times, and similar problems are excluded. Some observing modes (moving targets, spatial scans, grisms, ramp filters, etc.) are processed only as single exposures rather than being combined.
  2. Contains essentially all ACS data publicly available through 2017 October 1. Also includes almost all data from the HRC, which ceased operation in January 2007.
  3. This is the fraction of HLA-processed ACS/WFC and ACS/HRC visits that have at least one SExtractor or DAOphot catalog. The fraction for ACS/WFC alone is higher (98%). These fractions exclude visits that are too heavily contaminated by cosmic rays to be usable for catalogs due to poor observing strategies.
  4. There are 47,919 extracted ACS grism from 153 archival fields. The most recent data included in the ACS grism were taken in February 2006.
  5. This is the fraction of HLA-processed WFPC2 visits that have at least one SExtractor or DAOphot catalog.
  6. Contains almost all WFC3 data publicly available through 2017 October 1.
  7. This is the fraction of HLA-processed WFC3 visits that have at least one SExtractor or DAOphot catalog. These fractions exclude visits that are too heavily contaminated by cosmic rays to be usable for catalogs due to poor observing strategies.
  8. Reprocessed NICMOS data through the latest STScI calibration pipeline. Data requiring SAAClean have undergone additional processing and have now been released. See the NICMOS Data Handbook for details.
  9. Enhanced data products have been produced for some of the Early Release Observation COS data and have been included in the HLA, together with similar WFC3 data. As for other HST instruments, standard raw and calibrated products for non-proprietary COS data are available through both the MAST and the HLA interfaces.
ACS/combined images STScI 99%2 FITS
ACS/source lists STScI 95%3 Ascii
ACS/grism extractions ST-ECF 70%4 FITS
ACS/mosaic images STScI 2562 images for 1077 pointings FITS
WFPC2/combined images CADC 99% FITS
WFPC2/source lists STScI 97%5 Ascii
WFC3/combined images STScI 99%6 FITS
WFC3/source lists STScI 99%7 Ascii
WFC3/mosaic images STScI 1744 images for 610 pointings FITS
NICMOS/grism extractions ST-ECF 80%, 1-D & 2-D spectra FITS
NICMOS/images STScI 100%8 FITS
STIS/images and spectra STScI FITS
FOS/spectra STScI Tar
GHRS/spectra STScI Tar
Contributed Products Community9 FITS
COS MAST FITS
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--- The HLA Team
July 2018