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Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations



 
 
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Old June 3rd 14, 08:57 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations
http://gpsworld.com/russia-turns-off...king-stations/


As announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on May
13, 2014, GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests have
stopped making their data available to scientists and others.

The tap on the flow of data from 11 stations was turned off starting
on May 31. The data flow included hourly and daily data files from
the stations as well as the real-time flow of data over the
Internet.


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Old June 4th 14, 07:28 AM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Hans-Georg Michna
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On Tue, 03 Jun 2014 14:57:16 -0500, Sam Wormley wrote:

Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations


http://gpsworld.com/russia-turns-off...king-stations/

As announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on May
13, 2014, GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests have
stopped making their data available to scientists and others.

The tap on the flow of data from 11 stations was turned off starting
on May 31. The data flow included hourly and daily data files from
the stations as well as the real-time flow of data over the
Internet.


Did they say why?

Hans-Georg
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Old June 4th 14, 01:47 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations

On 6/4/14, 1:28 AM, Hans-Georg Michna wrote:
On Tue, 03 Jun 2014 14:57:16 -0500, Sam Wormley wrote:

Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations


http://gpsworld.com/russia-turns-off...king-stations/

As announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on May
13, 2014, GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests have
stopped making their data available to scientists and others.

The tap on the flow of data from 11 stations was turned off starting
on May 31. The data flow included hourly and daily data files from
the stations as well as the real-time flow of data over the
Internet.


Did they say why?

Hans-Georg


Something about a new cold war. ;-)
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Old June 4th 14, 05:42 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Alan Browne
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Default Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations

On 2014.06.04, 02:28 , Hans-Georg Michna wrote:
On Tue, 03 Jun 2014 14:57:16 -0500, Sam Wormley wrote:

Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations


http://gpsworld.com/russia-turns-off...king-stations/

As announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on May
13, 2014, GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests have
stopped making their data available to scientists and others.

The tap on the flow of data from 11 stations was turned off starting
on May 31. The data flow included hourly and daily data files from
the stations as well as the real-time flow of data over the
Internet.


Did they say why?


Officially over the US refusal to allows US based GLONASS monitors.

Unofficially: what Sam said.


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Old June 10th 14, 10:59 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
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Default Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations

Russia Turns IGS Data Back on — Sort of
http://gpsworld.com/russia-turns-igs...ck-on-sort-of/


Now, “It looks like the tap has been turned back on, at least at slow
flow,” reports Richard Langley, GPS World Innovation editor and
University of New Brunswick professor. “Hourly and daily data files
from the affected stations are once again being sent to IGS data
archive centres. Grigory Steblov of the Geophysical Survey of the
Russian Academy of Sciences has reported that ‘the transmission of
the data from NEDA [North Eurasian Deformation Array] GPS sites [had]
been temporarily suspended due to technical reasons.’



 




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