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Richard B. Langley 15-Jan-2009 19:44
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Robert Khachikyan 14-Jan-2009 23:36
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Sujet : [IGSMAIL-5884]: Re: [IGSMAIL-5882]: New sites: CHTI, FLRS, (25627)
De . Richard B. Langley - lang@unb.ca
Date : 15-Jan-2009 19:44 -
À : igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : CHTI, FLRS
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IGS Electronic Mail 15 Jan 10:44:14 PST 2009 Message Number 5884
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Author: Richard Langley

Robert:
I believe that NANO has been supplying GLONASS as well as GPS data for the past month or
so. It's the only NA west-coast GLONASS/GPS station and should be noted in your list and
on the map.
Best regards
-- Richard

Quoting Robert Khachikyan :

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> IGS Electronic Mail 14 Jan 14:39:32 PST 2009 Message Number 5882
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> Author: Robert Khachikyan
>
> Fellow Colleagues,
>
> Four new stations have been added to the IGS Network.
>
> CHTI is located in Chatham Island, New Zealand, and is intended to
> replace the IGS Reference Station CHAT in a few months. CHTI is located
> about 20 km north of CHAT. Both stations are producing data and is
> available at CDDIS. CHTI is operated by GNS Science (GeoNet) and Land
> Information New Zealand (LINZ)
>
> FLRS is located in Flores Island in North Atlantic Ocean. This station
> will add excellent coverage given its unique location and its
> GPS+GLONASS capability. FLRS is operated by Portugese Geographical
> Institute.
>
> FUNC is located in Medeira Islands, Funchal. This station as well
> provides added GPS+GLONASS coverage and redundancy approximately 700 km
> off the coast of Morroco. FUNC is operated by Portugese Geographical
> Institute.
>
> LPAL is located in La Palma Island, Canary Islands. This station
> provides excellent GPS+GLONASS coverage in the approximate area as well.
>
> To view the latest map of IGS GPS/GLONASS coverage, visit:
> http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/network/iglos.html
>
>
> Best Regards,
> --Robert Khachikyan
> IGS Central Bureau
>


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Richard B. Langley E-mail: lang at unb.ca
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