# Access SDO data via a web application - [Wizard](http://sdo.oma.be/wizard)
The wizard is a simple web application to search and download SDO data.
Search, select and export the data you want. The data will be prepared and made available through [FTP](ftp://sdo.oma.be/exports).
Or if you are a ROB scientist, you can access the data directly on iblis under /data/SDO/exports.
*By default user are only allowed to request up to 50GB of data, and it will stay available for a minimum of 60 days. if this is not sufficient for your needs, please contact email@example.com for help.*
# Watch & access the last 24h of AIA data - [Latest](http://sdo.oma.be/latest)
You can watch videos of the lasts 24 hours of SDO quiclook data. You can also access the images and the original FITS files themeselves.
Or if you are a ROB scientist, you can access the data directly on iblis under /data/SDO/AIA_quicklook
# Access a 1 hour synoptic set of AIA and HMI data - [FTP](ftp://sdo.oma.be/AIA_HMI_1h_synoptic)
AIA in the 10 wavelengths (for level 1), and HMI magnetogram and continuum data, at full resolution (4096x4096) and at a cadence of 1 hour is accessible via FTP.
Note that HMI data is not available since August 2018 because of an anomaly in the instrument. See http://jsoc.stanford.edu/jsocwiki/HMI2018AugustAnomaly
Or if you are a ROB scientist, you can access the data directly on iblis under /data/SDO/AIA_HMI_1h_synoptic
# Access a 2 minutes synoptic set of AIA data - [FTP](ftp://sdo.oma.be/AIA_2m_synoptic)
AIA level 1.5 data in the wavelengths 94Å and 211Å at a reduced resolution (1024x1024) and at a cadence of 2 minutes is accessible via FTP.
Or if you are a ROB scientist, you can access the data directly on iblis under /data/SDO/AIA_2m_synoptic
# Access SDO data via [VSO & IDL](http://sdo.oma.be/vso_idl.html)
You can search and download AIA & HMI data from IDL through the VSO with the Solar Soft library.
# Access SDO data via [VSO & Python](http://sdo.oma.be/vso_python.html)
You can search and download AIA & HMI data from python through the VSO with the SunPY library.