INTEGRAL Science Data Centre


The INTErnational Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory

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INTEGRAL is the INTernational Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory of the European Space Agency. It observes the Universe in the X-ray and soft gamma-ray band. Since its launch, on October 17, 2002, the ISDC receives the spacecraft telemetry within seconds and provides alerts, processed data and analysis software to the worldwide scientific community.

Latest Results

INTEGRAL Picture of the Month
Mildly obscured active galaxies and the cosmic X-ray background
Latest News
2016 MAY 24: The 11th INTEGRAL Conference "Gamma-ray astrophysics in multi-wavelength perspective" held on 10-14 October 2016, in Amsterdam, Netherlands
2016 APR 05: OSA 10.2 binary updated for El Capitan (OS X 10.11)
2016 MAR 30: INTEGRAL sets limits on gamma rays from merging black holes (ESA PR)
2016 FEB 29: ISOC opens INTEGRAL's AO-14 (due: 8 April 2016, 14:00 CEST)
2016 FEB 05: OSA 10.2 binary for El Capitan (OS X 10.11) on-line
2016 JAN 26: INTEGRAL X-rays Earth's Aurora (ESA PR)
2016 JAN 7: Results on V404 Cygni (Dec 15 - Jan 16) on-line
2015 DEC 10: OSA 10.2 released!
2015 JUL 21: INTEGRAL 2015: "The New High Energy Sky after a Decade of Discoveries" held on 5-9 October 2015, in Rome, Italy
2015 JUL 20: INTEGRAL AO-13 General Programme approved
Latest Circulars
ATel 9517: INTEGRAL sees a rising flux from the historical X-ray nova GRS 1739-278
ATel 9432: INTEGRAL confirms activity in EXO 1722-363 / IGR J17252-3616
ATel 9391: INTEGRAL follow-up of IceCube HESE 128340 58537957
ATel 9387: Activity from SAX J1747.0-2853 and KS 1741-293 detected by INTEGRAL Galactic Bulge Monitoring
ATel 9356: Three transient X-ray sources during the INTEGRAL revolution 1710
ATel 9255: INTEGRAL detection of bright hard X-ray emission from the RS CVn star GT Mus
GCN 19621: GRB 160629A: A long GRB detected by INTEGRAL
ATel 9159: INTEGRAL observations of the Be/X-ray binary 4U 0115+63 in outburst
GCN 19442: GRB 160521A: A long GRB detected by INTEGRAL
ATel 9067: INTEGRAL detection of the on-going activity from the Be HMXB GX 304-1