These pages have been migrated from ST-ECF to STScI's HLA site due to the closing of that facility. The NICMOS and ACS Grism work was completed at ST-ECF as part of the ECF's contribution to the HLA.
What is the HLA?The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC) and the ST-ECF are working together to optimize the future scientific return from the Hubble archives by producing enhanced data products and efficient data discovery and access services - collectively known as the Hubble Legacy Archive (HLA) - with the goal of capturing expertise in Hubble and assuring the maximum utility of Hubble data for long-term use by the community. The HLA provides footprints for ACS, WFPC2, STIS, NICMOS, FOS, and GHRS, enhanced image products for ACS and WFPC2, and grism spectra for NICMOS and ACS/WFC.
Further information is available on the following pages:
HLA Publication Acknowledgment
Users of HLA data sets are requested to include the following acknowledgment in any resulting publications:
Maintained by Richard Hook for the ST-ECF HLA Team <firstname.lastname@example.org>