GOODS Herschel Data
The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS) aims to unite extremely deep observations from NASA's Great Observatories (Spitzer, Hubble and Chandra), ESA's Herschel and XMM-Newton, and the most powerful ground-based facilities. The aim is to survey the distant universe to the faintest flux limits across the broadest range of wavelengths.
GOODS HDF-N Field
Observing footprint for SPIRE (red) and PACS (cyan). To visualize images based on position, click within an observed region, or type a coordinate in the search box below.
GOODS CDF-S Field
Observing footprint for PACS (cyan). To visualize images based on position, click within an observed region, or type a coordinate in the search box below.
GOODS Herschel data can be accessed in several ways:
  • To visualize images based on position, click within an observed region in the maps above, or enter a coordinate in the search box below.
  • Search catalogs with constraints, advanced plotting options, filtering, and image overlays.
  • Create FITS and JPG cutouts.
  • Download PSFs.
  • Download the entire Herschel GOODS data set, or just the catalogs.
The canonical paper for Herschel GOODS is Elbaz et al. (2011).
Access all the Herschel Key Programs at IRSA. Access the Spitzer GOODS Legacy Program data.
Click here for more information and instructions on using Atlas Instructions
Also available is a Program Interface to Atlas.
Target Selection Single Object
(Name or Coords)
Table Upload
(Multi Object) Instructions
Size (deg):
[maximum 0.6]
Source Search Radius:
[maximum 0.3 deg]
Match with image search size
Coordinate Examples:
  • 53.1774541 -27.6405301 eq
  • 223.50397320 -54.34065317 ga
Default: Equatorial J2000