Welcome to TESS Asteroseismic Science Operations Center
The TESS Asteroseismic Science Operations Center (TASOC) provides asteroseismological data from the NASA TESS mission to astronomers who are members of the TESS Asteroseismic Science Consortium (TASC). It is also the platform used to facilitate the international collaborations within TASC.
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In order to have access to TASOC you have to be a member of TASC. Please see the "New TASC member" page on how to become a member.
9th Feb 2018: TASC Target List updated (v6)
The TASC target lists has been updated (to version 6). The list contains more than 37,000 targets and was created by joining the proposals from the different TASC working groups. The list is linked to the new TIC-6.
26th Sep 2017: TASC Target Lists version 3
The TASC target lists has been updated (to version 3). The list contains just short of 30,000 targets and was created by joining the proposals from the different TASC working groups.
17th Jul 2017: TASC3/KASC10 - Live Streaming
Remember that you can follow the TASC3/KASC10 workshop in Birmingham directly here:
15th Feb 2018: TESS arrives at Kennedy Space Center, and updated launch date
TESS has been transported from Orbital ATK in Dulles, VA, to Kennedy Space Center where it will be prepped for launch
There has been an update to the launch date. According to NASA, the launch will be no earlier than April 16, pending range approval.
29th Jan 2018: TESS Highlights at AAS 231
TESS team members and scientists participated in a number of successful events at the 231st American Astronomical Society meeting in National Harbor, MD, in January 2018. TESS activities included a joint evening splinter session on NASA's TESS and K2 missions, a special seminar for science writers, and a number of …
25th Jan 2018: Guest Investigator Program Cycle 1 results available
The selection of TESS Guest Investigator Program Cycle 1 proposals has been finalized. A full list of selected programs is available. TESS is scheduled to launch by the end of March. If this schedule holds, science operation will begin at the start of June, with the first data reaching the …
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TESS mission clock
NB: The launch date has not been set yet, so the countdown is, for now, only ment as a guideline.