The latest newsletter is available from the IVS Coordinating Center: https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/publications/newsletter/issue64.pdf This issue features the Associate Analysis Center at ESA/ESOC.
The latest IVS Newsletter is available from the IVS Coordinating Center: https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/publications/newsletter/issue63.pdf
The latest IVS Newsletter is available from the IVS Coordinating Center: https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/publications/newsletter/issue62.pdf
The International Association of Geodesy (IAG) has released a statement on the conflict in Ukraine: The International Association of Geodesy and its services strongly condemn the unprovoked and premeditated Russian invasion of Ukraine. We are deeply troubled by the loss of life and hundreds of thousands of civilians becoming refugees, and are very concerned about […]
Our GGOS colleagues have shared an informational film on geodesy, “Discover GGOS.” It is available on YouTube in English, Spanish, and German, with other translations to follow. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIIfsJS7iAuxXGqq0YLAUO_m_06za9vqr Please share with anyone who might like to learn about geodesy!
The RI-VIS Australia – Europe Symposium will be held between Tuesday, October 5th and Thursday, October 7th 2021, as a virtual event. International cooperation in science and technology is an important part of addressing major global issues like climate change, infectious disease, food security, and natural disasters. Research Infrastructures are organizations providing state-of-the-art resources, services […]
The August 2021 issue of the IVS Newsletter is available on the IVS CC website. https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/publications/newsletter/issue60.pdf Topics include: Helsinki to host the General Meeting in 2022 Interview with newly elected IVS Chair Alex Nothnagel News from the Board One Thousand and One R1s (and R4s) TOW2021: A Virtual Success TOW: A Teacher’s Perspective
Arthur Niell held an informative talk for the US NASA Goddard group (virtually) on 15 June 2021, on VLBI ties at the Kōkeʻe Park Geophysical Observatory (KPGO) station in Hawaii. The seminar was recorded; the talk and accompanying slides are available for download here. slides (PDF): 20210615_VLBITies_ArthurNiell.pdf seminar video (MP4): 20210615_VLBITies_ArthurNiell_2.mp4
The 11th IVS Technical Operations Workshop (TOW) is being hosted by MIT Haystack Observatory — this year completely online, because of the pandemic. The classes are going well despite the lack of in-person conversations. Looking forward to getting back to normal for upcoming meetings! For the program, TOW Notebook of presentations and documents, and more […]
Eskil Varenius held an excellent seminar on amplitude calibration at the 8 April 2021 VGOS Technical Committee (VTC) meeting. This topic is of high relevance for the VGOS stations. His presentation slides and a recording of the seminar are linked below. (Thanks to Dirk Behrend for the coordination of this event.) Title: Station Amplitude Calibration: […]