Use the SIDARCHIVE search form to search the JWST I&T data archive by test Name, target name, instrument, etc. By submitting a search query, you can then mark data for retrieval from the search results page.
Note also that when entering a date with the month in numerical format, the American ordering is used; i.e., the first number is the month.
The date can have any of the following formats (the month name can be spelled out or abbreviated to three letters; case is not significant):
Jul 15 1994 Jul 1994 15 15 Jul 1994 1994 Jul 15 1994 15 Jul 7/15/1994 <--- Note order of month/day of month/year for numeric formats 7-15-1994 7.15.1994
If the day is omitted, the first day of the month is assumed. This means that a specification like "July 1994" will look for observations done on July 1 1994 00:00:00, not for observations done during July 1994. Note also that when entering a date with the month in numerical format, the American ordering is used; i.e., the first number is the month.
If a time is omitted, then midnight (00:00:00) is assumed. Otherwise, you can specify a time in any of these formats:
14:30 14:30:20 14:30:20:999 14:30:20.9 4am 4 PM 04:30:20 AMTo search for observations before a given date, use <, and for observations after a given date, use >. For example,
> Jul 15 1994 < Jul 15 1994You can use the .. operator to search on a range of dates:
Jul 1 1994 .. Aug 1 1995This operator is inclusive on the first date and exclusive on the second.
Finally, you can search on a list of dates or date ranges. For example,
Jul 1 1994 .. Jul 3 1994, Dec 1 1995 .. Dec 6 1995will search for observations done within either one of these date ranges.