Explore ESA's Planetary Science Archive!
The European Space Agency's Planetary Science Archive (PSA) is the central repository for all
scientific and engineering data returned by ESA's Solar System missions: currently
Venus Express, as well as
several ground-based cometary observations.
The PSA uses NASA's Planetary Data System standards as a baseline for the formatting and
structure of all data contained within the archive. Learn more...
Access the Data
Get access to all publicly available data via an anonymous FTP server.
Unlike the other interfaces, it has no search capability but you can quickly browse the content
of the archive using the FTP-client application of your choice.
Search through a Java-based application which allows for complex
querying of data. You can search at the data set or data product level using a wide variety
of query parameters.
Search through a Java-based application which allows for visual
querying of geographically referenced data. It can be used be in combination with the
Advanced Search interface to refine your search.
In addition to these interfaces, you can programmatically query and retrieve data products
PSA Archive InterOperability (PAIO). The PAIO implements the
Planetary Data Access Protocol (PDAP).
The PSA User Group
would like to solicit your inputs on the PSA in
order to recommend to ESA the best ways in which to improve the services
provided. We appreciate you taking the time to complete the questionnaire
and look forward to receiving your inputs.
Questionnaire: Online Form