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Welcome to CASA Guides

CASA (Common Astronomy Software Applications) is a comprehensive software package to calibrate, image, and analyze radioastronomical data from interferometers (such as ALMA and EVLA, both shown below) as well as single dish telescopes. This wiki provides examples and hints for reducing data in CASA.

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Featured article

CASA tutorial for ALMA Band 3 Science Verification data on the merging galaxy NGC 3256

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CASA Tutorials


List of All Tutorials

Extracting Scripts from Tutorials

Direct Links:

Index of All Articles

Using CASA

  • CASA Homepage Information on the latest releases, documentation, and support

  • Installing CASA Where to obtain CASA, and how to install it in different operating systems

  • What is CASA? Overview of CASA calibration, imaging, and a description of basic tasks

CASA Events

Useful Links

CASA homepage - Your Portal to NRAO Services

Python Documentation

EVLA Guides

Splatalogue - Astronomical Line Database

CASA python script repository (temporary)

Information for Authors

420 articles since July 2009.

Consult the Wiki User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.