Juan de Dios Santander Vela (European Southern Observatory), Juande Santander-Vela (ESO), Matthias Bauhofer (ESO), Holger Meuss (ESO), Felix Stoehr (ESO), Alisdair Manning (ESO)
The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) radio interferometer is about to start Early Science observations, providing a copious stream of new, high-quality astronomical datasets of unprecedented sensitivity and resolution. We present here how the ALMA Science Archive (ASA) is being implemented, leveraging existing Virtual Observatory (VO) technologies and software packages, together with Web 2.0 techniques, to provide scientists with an easy to use, multi-parameter discovery tool for ALMA data, integrated with the VO.
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Paper ID: P133