Deep Near Infrared Survey
of the Southern Sky
|DENIS is a deep astronomical survey of the Southern Sky in two near-infrared bands (J at 1.25 µm and K at 2.16 µm) and one optical band (I at 0.8 µm) simultaneously, conducted by a European consortium, using a one meter telescope (ESO, La Silla). The survey started in 1996 and operations at La Silla have been completed on 9 Sept. 2001.|
|Third DENIS data release (355 million sources): VizieR access.|
|Access to DENIS Images|
|Third DENIS Release (sep 2005)|
Access the 355 million point sources via VizieR
Contents of this third release: ReadMe file.
See other DENIS Web pages at PDAC,
and 2MASS Web sites at UMass and IPAC.
Service provided by CDS, Strasbourg