Global Oscillation Network Group, National Solar Observatory
Data Center Description
The GONG Data Management and Analysis Center The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) Data Management and Analysis Center (DMAC) reduces, stores, and distributes the data produced by the GONG project and supports the GONG community's access to and use of the data products. The DMAC is located at the National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Tucson.
Additional information about the GONG project and descriptions of the project datasets can be found under the dataset search option from the main Master Directory menu. For further information regarding the datacenter and its access contact: James A. Pintar Email: INTERNET> firstname.lastname@example.org National Solar Observatory SPAN> noao::pintar P.O. Box 26732 SOLAR> JPintar@solar.stanford.edu Tucson, AZ 85726-6732 Phone: 602-325-9272 Network Access to Data The datacenter is connected to the internet and SPAN networks and has data on-line. The method of access is as follows. Via WWW: http://gong.nso.edu/
The information provided on magnetic disks is readable via SPAN at NOAO::GA0:[FTP.GONG] or 5355::GA0:[FTP.GONG] or via internet at draco.tuc.noao.edu or 188.8.131.52 with FTP LOGIN: anonymous and FTP PASSWORD: your e-mail address References: James A. Pintar and the GONG Data Team, 'The GONG Data Reduction and Analysis System,' Proc. Symp. Seismology of the Sun and Sun-like Stars, Tenerife, Spain, 26-30 September 1988, ESA SP-286 (December 1988)