Category: Internet Best Practices

Review Mikulski Space Telescope Data Site and Many Internet Best Practices Notes

Hello, I got tired of writing.  Here is a feedback video to go over what I am telling you below. Review Mikulski Space Telescope Data Site and Many Internet Best Practices Noteshttps://youtu.be/cnPz-OVUXG4 It will be ready about 4:45 pm Houston Texas time.  It is LONG – over 90 minutes.  I tried to cover some suggestions for your whole
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A little background on gravitational sensors and imaging arrays in case you are interested – Seismology

The gravimeters like the superconducting gravimeter (SG) have sensitivities about 10^-10 meters per second squared at 1 sample per second. Commonly written as 0.1 nm/s2 @ 1 sps.  The broadband seismometers where the earth tides are clear are about the same sensitivity when operated as sensitive accelerometers but roughly 1 nm/s2 @ 1 sps.  The Japan
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Suggestions for Nigerian National Network

I am reading this article, Report from Nigerian National Network of Seismographic Stations (NNNSS, N3S2) by Kadiri Umar Afegbua, Ologun C Olufemi, Tahir Abubakar Yakubu Center for Geodesy and Geodynamics, Nigeria Managing Waveform Data and Related Metadata for Seismic Networks held 14-18 Jan 2012 in Kuwait City, Kuwait. https://ds.iris.edu/media/workshop/2013/01/managing-waveform-data-and-related-metadata-for-seismic-networks/files/network-reports/kadiri.pdf I am not familiar with family
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STSCI and SurveyMonkey – Enhancing Community Input to User Committees – Feedback and Suggestions

Dear Space Science “Community Input to User Committees Survey Designers” Contacts and “Responsible Contacts at STSCI” and SurveyMonkey:   I received the survey invitation below and answered it to see what you are trying to do.  I used it as an example of some things you do not want to do, and some things you should
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LIGO-Virgo Collaboration Gravitational Wave Open Data Workshop Sample Data

Dear GWOSC Public Data Group, LIGO Contacts and Friends, I received the Gravitational Wave Open Science Center (GWOSC) invitation to the LIGO-Virgo Collaboration Gravitational Wave Open Data Workshop #4 and followed the links to download your sample auxiliary data information at https://www.gw-openscience.org/auxiliary/GW170814/ It took about 12 hours. No download problems – other than missing information and
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Gravitational Wave Open Science Center “shares” data for earth and solar system gravitational imaging research

The Auxillary data might contain data useful for earth and solar system gravitational imaging.  Not some distant event (GW170814). So all the useful reference signals and events are at different times.  Can we get data for times that mean something on earth? – earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, focus on ocean currents, correlate with superconducting gravimeter
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