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Get MWA project information for a given project ID or observation

eg, or 

This service returns details about a single MWA project. You can either pass a project ID code (eg G0008), or you can specify a single observation (by passing either an observation ID (starttime in GPS seconds) with the obs_id or obsid parameter, or by passing the full name of a data file recorded by that observation using the filename parameter).

The parameters are:

  • obs_id: An observation ID (GPS start time in seconds)
  • filename: One data file name associated with anobservation, instead of an obs_id
  • project_id: MWA project ID code, eg G0008.
  • pretty1 to have the JSON results are indented to make them more human readable (the default when a GUI web browser is used to make the query). If 0 is passed (the default when called by a script), then the results are not indented.

Example output is:

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  "project_id": "G0055",
  "description": "(P.I. Gemma Anderson) Proposal for MWA rapid-response observations of GRBs",
  "shortname": "GRB alerts",
  "asvo_priority": 1