Here you can find images and graphics for download for the first eROSITA sky-survey data release (eRASS1).
You are free to use the visuals for your own eROSITA reporting, please give the appropriate credit with each visual.
Panning through the eROSITA sky
In this animation, you can enjoy the X-ray sky as seen by eROSITA. The X-ray bands have been colour-coded according to their energy (red for 0.3-0.6 keV, green for 0.6-1 keV, blue for 1-2.3 keV) and a number of prominent sources have been highlighted.
First eROSITA sky survey
These images show half of the X-ray sky, projected onto a circle (so-called Zenit Equal Area projection) with the centre of the Milky Way on the left and the galactic plane running horizontally. Photons have been colour-coded according to their energy (red for energies 0.3-0.6 keV, green for 0.6-1 keV, blue for 1-2.3 keV). The three channels are shown separately and in a combined RGB image. In the later two images, a special image processing algorithm is used on the RGB image (a so-called wavelet filtering) to separate extended features from point sources.