A multi-band image cutout routine for imaging data hosted at Data Central Archive.

GET /api/services/cutout/
HTTP 200 OK
Allow: GET, POST, HEAD, OPTIONS
Content-Type: application/json
Vary: Accept

Enter a source name or list of names (separated by a comma).
Filter by data release (optional). Leave blank to search all data releases.
Right Ascension. Format is as: 10.2345d (degrees with 'd' abbreviation for degrees) or 1:2:30.43d (sexagesimal degrees). See the docs for other supported formats.
Declination. Format is as: -0.2716d (degrees with 'd' abbreviation for degrees) or -0d16m17.6s (degree arcmin arcsec). See the docs for other supported formats.
Upload a file containing one (source names) or two (ra, dec) columns (comma-separated), as per the format in the fields above. Accepted file formats: .ascii, .txt, .text. Max file length: 2000 rows.
If RA, Dec or an uploaded list of RA, Dec has been provided, specify the frame of the coordinates. Note, this is ignored if you have supplied a source list.
If RA, Dec or an uploaded list of RA, Dec has been provided, specify the equinox of the coordinates. Valid values are b1950 and j2000 (default)
Minimum value = 5", maximum value = 600". Warning values above 300" will take some time.
To select multiple bands, hold down cmd (⌘) or ctrl and click. To select a block of bands, click one band, hold shift and click another band.
Band for r. Suggestion: WISE W1
Band for g. Suggestion: VIKING H
Band for b. Suggestion: SDSS i
If greyscale is yes, choose the scaling to apply to the image.
If greyscale is yes, the low limit to clip the data at. Min 0.0, must be less than hicut.
If greyscale is yes, the high limit to clip the data at. Max 1.0, must be greater than locut.
A number to multiply the data by before applying the scaling.
Basic = x/y axes drawn. None = no axes drawn.
Select the colour map to display the image.
Invert the colour map.
Overlay the contoured data of a specified band.
Specify a hex colour
Specify the contour levels (separated by a comma).
Include (auto-generated) titles on output plots displaying source ID and band(s).
Overlay central (source) position.
Overlay coordinate grid
Overlay source positions from the input catalogue of a data release. To select multiple catalogues; mac users hold down command (⌘) and click, windows/linux users hold down ctrl and click.
Overlay results from remote VO source catalogues. Max 3 services. To select multiple catalogues; mac users hold down command (⌘) and click, windows/linux users hold down ctrl and click.
Overlay survey ID from relevant survey (displays only if plot source positions has a value).
Add legend (displays only if plot source positions has a value). Warning, for large radii and dense fields, this can take some time.
Choose the axes units
Also generate fits files for download.
Add this request to the queue. Data Central will process your request in the background and send an email (if provided) when the request is complete.
If run_async is checked, receive an email when the request is complete. If this is left blank you will need to make a note of the request id manually.