NEANIAS Space/Planets working group is working to provide high-level services to otherwise technically bound Planetary image data processing algorithms; the goal is to offer science-level data and common but computer expensive tasks through an intuitive and interactive user interface so a broad community of data scientists, engineers and enthusiasts can benefit from some of the best observational space mission humankind has deployed on Mars and the Moon in the last decades.

NEANIAS collaborates with INODE (Intelligent Open Data Exploration) Project, which belongs to the same Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Call, sharing experiences, knowledge, solutions to challenges and promoting synergies in dissemination activities.

Modern radioastronomy is currently undergoing a revolution e.g. with a new generation of interferometers such as the game changing Square-Kilometre Array (SKA), which is an international collaboration involving over 100 scientific and technological partners from 20 countries; upon its completion this will be the largest radio interferometer on earth.

EU Flag  NEANIAS is a Research and Innovation Action funded by European Union under Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme via grant agreement No.863448.