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Re: Huga Tonga

Hugo
 

Wow, looks like a direct hit from a meteorite ....

grts,

Hugo


Re: Huga Tonga

Philip Robinson
 

Hi
Further images of this huge Tonga eruption. Images using EUMECastview.
regards
Philip


Migrating from C10 to C3

alan paul
 

I have a 90cm dish and a horizontally polarised LNB. The receiver is a AYEDKA SR1and the coax is connected to RF1 input. I am presuming that  i need to purchase
a new dual polarisation LNB and run another coax feed into the shack?.Do i plug the 2nd coax into RF2 or shall i purchase a coaxial switch and still use RF1 input? 

Reading the email from Eutelsat I understand I that i may need to alter one of the parameters
in the receiver to include PID 500. Question,how do i do that.?

Also reading from the email I understand that Eumetsat will be providing us with a script that can be downloaded to be inserted in to the Tellicast software.
I'm new to this group so I not sure how things work
Would be grateful of any advice  regards Alan


Huga Tonga

Ernst Lobsiger
 

Hi All,

This volcano eruption can now be observed with Himawari-8 and GOES-17.
Point your software to latitude -20.57 (South) and longitude -175.38 (West).

Cheers,
Ernst


Re: SUVI

James Brown
 

They are excellent. Thank you for sharing. 

JB

On 11 Jan 2022, at 18:52, Roby via groups.io <pa0038@...> wrote:

 The files can be viewed with Panoply (Nasa) in win10 or with NCview. With Panoply it is possible to do a lot of processing. have fun!

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Re: SUVI

Roby <pa0038@...>
 

Yes, the software is Panoply and it works very well, see pictures in the post. Now, with colleagues on Twitter we are discussing about creating a tool that extracts them directly from the folder and if possible also animation. We will see later, we have several things open.

Good evening and good work

Roberto


Re: SUVI

Roby <pa0038@...>
 

The files can be viewed with Panoply (Nasa) in win10 or with NCview. With Panoply it is possible to do a lot of processing. have fun!


Re: SUVI

rnosborne@...
 

Roberto,

Your question about the SUVI files intrigued me and I have managed to obtain some samples. 

They are netCDF files with a simple 2 dimensional data structure. As such, the data can be viewed as an image by a number of freely available applications capable of dealing with this type of file. Examples are Panoply from NASA, SNAP from ESA and HDF Viewer from the HDF Group. The first two can deal directly with the file as received without the need for prior decompression. You may need to experiment with colour palettes to obtain the most agreeable image. 

You mention that you have already received software from NOAA. Are you able to provide any details about this in case I have missed something?

Richard


Re: make RGB recipe EUMETCastView

Philip Robinson
 

Hugo
thanks for the answer. I didnt know that, so i am ok now.
regards
Philip

------ Original Message ------
From: "Hugo" <hvanruys@...>
Sent: 10/01/2022 17:30:43
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] make RGB recipe EUMETCastView

Hi Philip,

The RGB Recipes is something specific for Meteosat satellites (Meteosat -11, -10, -9, 8).It is not implemented for other satellites.  
Just select a date and time from the list of segments, select an RGB Recipe and click the button "Make RGB Recipe".
Hope this helps.

Regards,

Hugo

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Re: SUVI

Roby <pa0038@...>
 

dear sir, if you don't know the answer, you don't have to answer. The "weather science" may perhaps also be of interest to enthusiasts who do not necessarily have to be experts. I received the best response and help from the Eumetsat help desk, who referred me to NOAA, and I received the software I needed. In this period we need more courteous people and certainly more doctors than "meteorologists of his caliber"


Re: make RGB recipe EUMETCastView

Hugo
 

Hi Philip,

The RGB Recipes is something specific for Meteosat satellites (Meteosat -11, -10, -9, 8).It is not implemented for other satellites.  
Just select a date and time from the list of segments, select an RGB Recipe and click the button "Make RGB Recipe".
Hope this helps.

Regards,

Hugo


make RGB recipe EUMETCastView

Philip Robinson
 

Hugo,
I have been having fun with your fantastic bit of software. I can view all the data i have and have produced some lovely satellite images. The only part i do not  fully understand is in the toolbox for GeoStationary satellite images. 
The bottom section for MAKE RGB recipe.
How do you use the separate parameters such as Snow RGB, Severe Storms RGB . I have selected any one of the recipes and then clicked on Make RGB recipe, the satellite image (GOES-17, GOES-16 etc) does not change to the left . I was thinking that was automated by one of your  inputted scripts, but this doesnt seem the case.
There must be a correct way of changing  the image  with one of those parameters.
Can you explain how to do that please
regards
Philip


Re: EumetCastViewer crashes

Hartmut Schulla
 

Hi!

It’s amazing!

Today, EumetcastView runs on all machines (Server2008r2 (Win7) 64Bit and Win10 64Bit).

It seems there were some DLLs loaded from an old Version.

I think, reboot was the solution.

Regards

Hartmut

 

Von: MSG-1@groups.io <MSG-1@groups.io> Im Auftrag von Hugo
Gesendet: Sonntag, 9. Jänner 2022 15:32
An: MSG-1@groups.io
Betreff: Re: [MSG-1] EumetCastViewer crashes

 

Harmut,

EUMETCastView is written in the Qt API . The dll's included in the zip file are the ones that are needed to run the software.Do not use dll's that are from an older version.
Use a new directory when you unzip the files. The program will look first for dll's in the working directory.
I tested the program on 3 different systems, but not on a server :). And of course there are other users that installed the latest version on their system ....

grts,

Hugo


Re: SUVI

Ernst Lobsiger
 

Roberto,

OK you know this page! But you probably think space weather should be a "click and go" in the Windows software you use now?

Two clicks from the page you "already know" you'll find this:

https://cires-stp.github.io/goesr-spwx-examples/

and I'm qiute sure you will stop there. If not, show us your first image.

Regards,
Ernst


Re: SUVI

Roby <pa0038@...>
 

hi, I already know that page, after all it was obvious to visit the Eumetsat portal, but the example of files that are already in my possession does not help much. It's the visualization software I need. roberto


Re: SUVI

Ernst Lobsiger
 


SUVI

Roby <pa0038@...>
 

Hello everyone and happy new year.
I have recently resumed reception and I see that in the E1H-TPG-5 folder there are many files OR_SUVI-L1b-He303_G16_xxxxx
Question: are these files valid? And if so, how can the images of the sun be displayed? I've tried with Eumetcastwiev but can't find any options.
thank you

Roberto


Re: Bdadataex

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

On 09/01/2022 09:57, Aldo via groups.io wrote:
Hi David
Thanks for the reply and the program and advice.
Unfortunately I have a problem with the parabola installed and it does not
receive the HVS-1 channel.
Due to the wind it has moved and receives only eumetcast base and of 80 cm I
have to replace with 100 cm.
thanks 73 aldo ik1rgm
Aldo,

There's a document here with the footprint of the 10A satellite:

https://www.eumetsat.int/eumetcast
https://www-cdn.eumetsat.int/files/2020-04/img_eutelsat_10a_ku_band_cover.jpg

Your 80cm may be OK once it is fixed very well! The 100 cm will get more
signal. but it will also catch more wind, and it will also be more sensitive to
any changes in its pointing. You can't win!

It is also very important to get the dish correctly set:

- azimuth (obvious)
- elevation (obvious)
- skew of the LNB (to minimise reception of the vertically polarised signal)
- focus (move the LNB slightly closer to or further away from the dish)

My apologies if you already know all this, but we are dealing with very weak
and quite wide bandwidth signals. Every extra fraction of a dB is worth the
effort.

Cheers,
David
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Email: david-taylor@...
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Re: EumetCastViewer crashes

Hugo
 

Harmut,

EUMETCastView is written in the Qt API . The dll's included in the zip file are the ones that are needed to run the software.Do not use dll's that are from an older version.
Use a new directory when you unzip the files. The program will look first for dll's in the working directory.
I tested the program on 3 different systems, but not on a server :). And of course there are other users that installed the latest version on their system ....

grts,

Hugo


Re: EumetCastViewer crashes

Hartmut Schulla
 

Hi Hugo!

OK! But on 2 different Machines with completely different operation systems (WIN10, Server2008r2) and different HW?

As I posted, an „ancient“ version runs.

Regards

Hartmut

 

Von: MSG-1@groups.io <MSG-1@groups.io> Im Auftrag von Hugo
Gesendet: Sonntag, 9. Jänner 2022 14:59
An: MSG-1@groups.io
Betreff: Re: [MSG-1] EumetCastViewer crashes

 

Hartmut,

I found the following on error code 0xc0000005....(https://www.stellarinfo.com/blog/how-to-fix-error-code-0xc0000005-in-windows/)
Probably some missing or corrupted dll's ?

grts,

Hugo

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