Readers of this blog already know this page. But this time, it's been a lot more interesting! Observing sites in arcsecond.io just got upgraded: you can now edit existing sites, and freely enter new ones yourself! It will be automatically be part of arcsecond.io data. Soon it will be used by iObserve, and will be completed with a lot more information. Our ambition it to follow the hierarchy down to the detectors... See what I mean? Observing Site > Telescopes > Instruments > Detectors... all available here, for everyone to share. Stay tuned!

To create a new site, simply enter its name in the search field. Sites of similar names will be automatically appeared  as the others are filtered out. Then zoom the map to the right coordinates, and press the Create button!

To create a new site, simply enter its name in the search field. Sites of similar names will be automatically appeared  as the others are filtered out. Then zoom the map to the right coordinates, and press the Create button!

The page of a single observing site. Every field is editable. It remains quite some work for quite some sites, as this one exemplifies! But it is very easy, and no worries to have, as every operation is recorded and can be reverted in case of a mistake. 

The page of a single observing site. Every field is editable. It remains quite some work for quite some sites, as this one exemplifies! But it is very easy, and no worries to have, as every operation is recorded and can be reverted in case of a mistake. 

P.S. Happy anniversary to the ISS! 15 years, you're a young lady.