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root at flubiw01.tu-graz.ac.at] 11-Mar-1999 10:04
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Peter Taylor 21-Sep-1998 17:56
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Sujet : [IGSSTATION-352]: IGb00 Review - GOUG - YAKT (27173)
De . =?iso-8859-1?Q?=22Ferland=2C_R=E9mi=22?= - RFerland@NRCan.gc.ca
Date : 31-Jan-2005 17:12 -
À : igsstation@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : GOUG
IGS Station Mail 31 Jan 08:12:34 PST 2005 Message Number 352

Author: R. Ferland

Dear IGS colleagues,

Two weeks ago, I sent an e-mail suggesting to remove
a number of stations from the reference frame realization
including GOUG.

> The weekly station estimated vertical coordinate
> have been off recently by ~20-30mm. The most recent
> GPS week vertical residual however is somewhat puzzling
> at 4.4mm. This week is believed to be an "anomaly"
> but time will tell.
> I suggest to remove it.

More recent data has indicated that GOUG has resume
more "normal" coordinates behaviour.

Station # N-E H
1203 - 1302 GOUG 10 3.1 24.0
1303 - 1305 GOUG 3 3.2 7.7

I suggest to include it back.


For the past two winters (~Wks 1205 & 1255), the station
has been experiencing anomalous residuals for a few (~6) weeks.
The effect was about 10m in the North and East components, the
height component was affected to a lesser extent. This winter
the station is also experiencing anomalous behaviour. This time,
the effect is about 25-30 mm in all 3 components. The station
has been temporarily removed from the final product since Wk 1300.
Since the anomaly is worse than the previous years and do not
show any sign of improvement, I suggest to remove it...
at least until it resumes more "normal" behaviour.

Best Regards,

From ruud at unavco.org Mon Jan 31 10:21:38 2005
From: ruud at unavco.org (Oivind Ruud)
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 11:21:38 -0700
Subject: [IGSSTATION-353]: IISC: data publishing is resuming
Message-ID: <01df01c507c1$b4485910$5605ea0a@win.int.unavco.org>

IGS Station Mail 31 Jan 10:21:40 PST 2005 Message Number 353

Author: Oivind Ruud, UNAVCO

Dear Colleagues,

The Internet connection to the IGS station in Bangalore, India (IISC) has been
restored (ref. [IGSSTATION-350]) and all the missing files have been recovered and

We apologize for the inconvenience this outage may have caused.

Maintenance and operations of the IISC station is a collaborative effort supported by
JPL, UNAVCO, and the CSIR center for Mathematical modeling and Computer Simulation in
Bangalore with funding provided by NASA's Earth Science Enterprise.

Best Regards,

-Oivind Ruud