Welcome to Penn State Public Access Geospace Instruments Page
purpose of this website is to provide easy access in near real time to
the data collected by the RSSL UOPA (User-Owned, Public Access)
geoscience instruments operating at the Arecibo Observatory which is
located in the mountains near Arecibo, Puerto Rico. These instruments
include two airglow imagers, several microbarographs, a
magnetometer/variometer, and (soon) an HF receive array. Here we provide
condensed versions of all data. For access to the full resolution data
and/or to the archived data, please contact Prof. John D. Mathews.
instruments were originally installed and supported by the National
Science Foundation under Grants No. ATM 01-08600, ITR/AP 04-27029, and
ATM 04-13009 to The Pennsylvania State University. Continued support has
been provided under NSF grant ATM 07-21613 to the Pennsylvania State
University. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations
expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not
necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.