VESPA: A community-driven Virtual Observatory in Planetary Science

Stéphane Erard 1 Baptiste Cecconi 1 Pierre Le Sidaner 2 Angelo Pio Rossi 3 Maria Teresa Capria 4 Bernard Schmitt 5 Vincent Génot 6 Nicolas André 6 Ann Carine Vandaele 7 Manuel Scherf 8 Ricardo Hueso 9 Anni Määttänen 10 William Thuillot 11 Benoît Carry 11, 12 Nicholas Achilleos 13 Chiara Marmo 14 Ondřej Santolik 15 Kevin Benson 16 Pierre Fernique 17 L. Beigbeder 18 Ehouarn Millour 19 Batiste Rousseau 1 François Andrieu 1 Cyril Chauvin 2 Mikhail Minin 3 S. Ivanoski 4 A. Longobardo 4 Philippe Bollard 5 Damien Albert 5 Michel Gangloff 6 Nathanael Jourdane 6 M. Bouchemit 6 J.-M. Glorian 6 Loic Trompet 7 T. Al-Ubaidi 20 J. Juaristi 9 J. Desmars 1 P. Guio 13 O. Delaa 14 A. Lagain 14 J. Soucek 15 D. Pisa 15
Abstract : The VESPA data access system focuses on applying Virtual Observatory (VO) standards and tools to Planetary Science. Building on a previous EC-funded Europlanet program, it has reached maturity during the first year of a new Europlanet 2020 program (started in 2015 for 4 years). The infrastructure has been upgraded to handle many fields of Solar System studies, with a focus both on users and data providers. This paper describes the broad lines of the current VESPA infrastructure as seen by a potential user, and provides examples of real use cases in several thematic areas. These use cases are also intended to identify hints for future developments and adaptations of VO tools to Planetary Science.
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Stéphane Erard, Baptiste Cecconi, Pierre Le Sidaner, Angelo Pio Rossi, Maria Teresa Capria, et al.. VESPA: A community-driven Virtual Observatory in Planetary Science. Planetary and Space Science, Elsevier, 2018, 150, pp.65-85. ⟨10.1016/j.pss.2017.05.013⟩. ⟨hal-02360661⟩

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