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.
6th Mar 2019: Plots now available in Data Search
You can now select to have a plot shown of each indiviual lightcurve in the data archive, by clicking on the "Plot" icon in the results table under "Data Search". This makes it even easier to do a quick look on the data without having to download the files first.
1st Mar 2019: Fourth release of TESS Data for Asteroseismology
We are pleased to announce the fourth release of TESS data for asteroseismology from the TASC Coordinated Activity T'DA.
For this release raw photometry is provided based on Full Frame Image (FFI; 30-min) and Target Pixel File (TPF; 2-min) data from TESS Sectors 1+2. All data is accessible via the "Data Search" interface. In total 1,733,576 light curves are provided with this release.
Please note that no corrections have been applied to the light curves. We are working hard on the implementation of the co-trending component of the T'DA pipeline, but release raw photometry now to allow the community to have a first look at the full data sets.
Please read the full data release notes for more details. To optimize the photometry pipeline we are very interested in knowing of any issues or shortcomings you find. Therefore, if you have any comments or questions regarding the processed data, please let us know.
18th Dec 2018: Data Search has opened - with ASCII!
You can now search for TESS data through the TASOC website as easily as you have been able to search in the TIC. Just click the "Data Search" tab at the top of the page.
You will be able to download all data from sectors 1 and 2, both from the SPOC and TASOC. And you will be able to get all lightcurves in ASCII format as well.
18th Feb 2019: ARK/RPS submision page now open
The proposal submission page for TESS Cycle 2 proposals is now open. Proposals are due at 4.30pm eastern time on March 14, 2019.
We welcome proposals addressing compelling scientific questions in almost any area of astrophysics and planetary science. The science motivation may include, but is not limited to …
31st Jan 2019: Guest Investigator Program Cycle 2 deadline now March 14
Due to the partial government shutdown, the TESS Guest Investigator (GI) Program Cycle 2 deadline has been changed. The new Phase-1 due date (via ARK RPS) is 4:30 pm March 14, 2019. At this time we will be soliciting programs that target Northern Ecliptic Hemisphere fields.
21st Dec 2018: TESS Sessions at the AAS Meeting January 2019
The TESS team is looking forward to sharing our excitement about the first science results, our high expectations for the two-year science survey, and our plans for the extended mission, at the upcoming winter AAS meeting in Seattle next month.
Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall to find …