The J-PLUS survey, carried out from the Observatorio Astrofísico de Javalambre, provides new data on 6,000 white dwarfs of the Milky Way
During the meeting, J-PLUS DR2, with almost twenty million objects, will be released to the international community
Just six months after the publication of the first thousand square degrees of the sky observed by the survey, J-PLUS begins to give the first scientific results with the publication of eight articles in the international scientific journal Astronomy & Astrophysics (A&A).

J-PLUS First Data Release

2018-07-17 11:30 all survey
The J-PLUS First Data Release amounts 1022 square degrees and includes scientific information of more than thirteen million of celestial objects, from asteroids to distant galaxies, including Milky Way stars.

J-PLUS Early Data Release

2017-09-29 09:45 all survey
CEFCA announces worldwide open access to the Early Data Release (EDR) of the Javalambre Photometric Local Universe Survey. This EDR consists of 18 J-PLUS pointings at different locations of the sky, observed in the twelve J-PLUS photometric optical bands, overall amounting to 36deg2. We provide access to the J-PLUS catalogues with photometric data in all the twelve bands for more than 400.000 astronomical objects, together with the actual FITS images and proper masks to avoid bright stars and other undesired areas.

J-PLUS started in November 2015

2015-12-02 16:15 all survey
After an intense period of fine tuning and optimization tasks developed by the OAJ/CEFCA Team, systematic observations with T80Cam@JAST80 have started. The telescope–camera system is in optimal performance, reaching normally seeing-limited images. So far, a best gaussian FWHM of 0.63”(+/-0.09”) over the 2deg2 focal plane of T80Cam has been recorded.