“The International Virtual Observatory Alliance” promotes the “development of tools, protocols and collaborations necessary to realize the full scientific potential of astronomical databases in the coming decade”.
In this paper, we describe the virtual observatory organisation at international, national and local levels focusing on organisational structures linked to our VO activities. Further we report our latest developments concerning access to Atomic and Molecular Linelists Databases within the Virtual Observatories, addressing the definition of standards through a proposed Data Model, an access protocol to linelists, and their implementation on customized spectroscopic data from the CDMS/JPL spectroscopic databases. We will present how these new standards allow interoperability between the CDMS/JPL and the BASECOL databases, and between these databases and both a numerical code (PDR code from Meudon) and a spectral analysis software (DALIA).
- Cold dark matter
- Molecular spectroscopy
- Computer software
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