Spitzer Imaging of the South Ecliptic Pole (SEP & SIMES)
An 11.5 square degree region near the South Ecliptic Pole has been imaged from the mid-IR to the submillimeter by Spitzer/IRAC (3.6 and 4.5 micron), Spitzer/MIPS (24 and 70 micron), Herschel (100-500 micron), and BLAST (250, 350, 500 micron). This page provides access to data from the two Spitzer Programs:
  • Spitzer Imaging of the South Ecliptic Pole (SEP; Scott et al. 2010). MIPS 24 and 70 micron images and catalogs are available.
  • Spitzer-IRAC/MIPS Extragalactic Survey (SIMES; Baronchelli et al. 2016). A multiwavelength catalog is available.
You can get a close-up map of a region by clicking on the above image, or by typing a coordinate below.
You can access SEP/SIMES data in several ways:
Images (SEP only)
  • Enter an object name or coordinates in the form below.
  • Click on the location of interest in the image above.
  • Generate image cutouts.
  • Browse the images.
Catalogs (SEP & SIMES)
Access all the Spitzer Legacy datasets at IRSA. Access BLAST data at IRSA.
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 8.0]
Images must cover coordinate
Coordinate Examples:
  • 70.0 -54.0 eq
  • 04h 40m 00.00s -54d 00m 00.0s
  • 262.25982977 -40.74797697 ga
Default: Equatorial J2000