The Panoramic Survey Telescope & Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS or PS1) is a wide-field imaging facility developed at the University of Hawaii's
Institute for Astronomy for a variety of scientific studies from the nearby to the very distant Universe. The PS1 catalog includes measurements in
five filters (grizy) covering 30,000 square degrees of the sky north of declination -30 degrees, with typically ~12 epochs for each filter. This
interface allows searches for the mean measurements and the deeper stacked measurements from images combining all the epochs. The DR2 release also
includes the detection catalog containing all the multi-epoch observations.
Target Supply the central coordinates or target name.