Overview of AGILE Catalogues, GRID & MCAL
Francesco Verrecchia  1, 2@  
1 : ASI Space Science Data Center
2 : INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma

The Italian Space Agency AGILE satellite is dedicated to gamma-ray astrophysics. The satellite, launched in April 2007, has completed its tenth year of operations, and continues its mission with high efficiency. The AGILE scientific payload consists of three instruments with independent detection capability: the Gamma Ray Imager Detector (GRID) sensitive in the energy range 30 MeV--50 GeV, a Mini-Calorimeter (MCAL) sensitive in the energy range 350 keV to 100 MeV that works both as a slave of the GRID and as an autonomous detector for transient events (BURST mode), and a hard X-ray imager (Super-AGILE) sensitive in the energy range 18--60 keV.
In this talk we give an overview of the published AGILE high-energy catalogs and their on-line versions available from the ASI Space Science Data Center web pages.
We also present preliminary results of a new AGILE-GRID catalog of gamma-ray sources, expected to include about a factor 3 more sources with respect to the previous ones.

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