Skyview is an image
display and analysis program for the interactive analysis of astronomical
using the X-Windows user interface. Skyview is primarily intended
for the analysis of flux/intensity and position calibrated scientific imagery.
Skyview can also overlay contour plots on images; slice out and analyze planes
from image cubes; graphically illustrate the output of database queries onto
corresponding images; and interact easily with other programs through the
use of server mode.
Get Skyview ... (The current version is 3.8)
- Images as data
- Beyond simply rendering scientific images into pictures for display,
Skyview also treats the scientific information in images.
- Multiple images
- Skyview supports display of multiple images of any size. The ability
to handle images is limited only by the amount of memory and disk.
- Full-color display
- Skyview supports multiple color planes within one image frame.
- Server mode
- Skyview can also operate as a service to other programs
- as a display service (See IRSKY)
- as an image access server without an interactive display, e.g. for
rendering images on-the-fly for a WWW service
Fetch IPAC Skyview using the links below.
Please register your copy of Skyview by sending us an email message
with the version, platform and your preferred email address (if different
from the sending address). This is most important when it comes time
to report our activities.
Below are the available runtime distributions
- these include help files, everything you need to run Skyview,
nothing to compile - just run the install script -
see the included README file. You may also want the DOC package
above which contains the Users' Guide and Reference manual (these are
not included in the runtime distributions).
You can contact
for more information about Skyview.
Skyview was given honorable mention by the
& Contributions Board in the 1996
NASA Software of the Year Competition.
Tue Jun 21 05:49 UTC 2011