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Re: Kepler data for MSG-1

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Yep - sorry about that realised when the yahoo lag sent me other
replies. I used to be able to get them direct from OIG

Try registering at
Thanks, Steve. I discovered I am already registered there ......
but I haven't used my account enough so it needs to be re-
activitated!

Not to worry!

Cheers,
David


Re: Kepler data for MSG-1

Steve Blackmore <steve@...>
 

On Mon, 19 Jan 2004 13:46:05 -0000, you wrote:

MSG-1
1 27509U 02040B 04009.81730652 -.00000069 00000-0 00000+0 0
5423
2 27509 0.9733 315.4823 0001182 160.9961 275.9639 1.00272899
5090

Many thanks, Steve, but that's the same 10-day old data that I have.
Yep - sorry about that realised when the yahoo lag sent me other
replies. I used to be able to get them direct from OIG

Try registering at

http://oig1.gsfc.nasa.gov/scripts/foxweb.exe/homepage@app01?tdac=NKOB4PDFG9FI4HHV8KPS


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mini-scans

Robert Moore
 

What is the purpose of these miniscans? Presumably EUMETSAT is carrying out
planned procedures as part of the commissioning process - I'd be interested to
know more. Haven't seen any explanation on their web site.

Robert



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Re: Mini-scans

Trevor Davies <g0jix@...>
 

Hi All

This looks very interesting,can't wait for scan with a little more light on UK!

----- Original Message -----
From: David Taylor

Folks - remember it's 24 hours of mini-scan tests starting today:

"Activities planned for week 04:
>From 10:00 20/01/04 until 10:00 21/01/04 the SEVIRI will perform
7.5mn mini scans of the northern hemisphere.
During this period MET products will not be available."

Cheers,
David

73 de Trevor G0JIX
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Mini-scans

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Folks - remember it's 24 hours of mini-scan tests starting today:

"Activities planned for week 04:
From 10:00 20/01/04 until 10:00 21/01/04 the SEVIRI will perform
7.5mn mini scans of the northern hemisphere.
During this period MET products will not be available."

Cheers,
David


Re: MSG licence for French users

Alan Sewards <alan.sewards@...>
 

Fabrice,
Thank you very much for this very welcome information. I await the
arrival of the convention.

Cordialement

Alan

----- Original Message -----
From: "f5hcc" <f5hcc@...>
To: <MSG-1@...>
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 6:56 PM
Subject: [MSG-1] MSG licence for French users


Hello.
I had today a phone conversation with someone at Meteo France who is
in charge of the licencing in France.
I was asking for the delivery of the EKU by Eumetsat (Eumetsat's
help desk told me that they were waiting for Meteo France to send
back the licences of french users).
A nice woman told me that the licences will be issued free of charge
for French users assuming that they use MSG data for self-education
or amateur use and that they don't broadcast the received data on
Internet in real time.
That's good news for French users !
We'll have only to pay for the EKU (and of course for Tellique
client and receiving equipment).
All French users registered by Eumetsat will receive a "convention"
they'll have to fill in and send back to Meteo France who will
forward the agreement to Eumetsat.
This "convention" will be sent by e-mail or by snail-mail, depending
on the informations given by the users on their registration form.
Fabrice, F5HCC.






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MSG licence for French users

f5hcc <f5hcc@...>
 

Hello.
I had today a phone conversation with someone at Meteo France who is
in charge of the licencing in France.
I was asking for the delivery of the EKU by Eumetsat (Eumetsat's
help desk told me that they were waiting for Meteo France to send
back the licences of french users).
A nice woman told me that the licences will be issued free of charge
for French users assuming that they use MSG data for self-education
or amateur use and that they don't broadcast the received data on
Internet in real time.
That's good news for French users !
We'll have only to pay for the EKU (and of course for Tellique
client and receiving equipment).
All French users registered by Eumetsat will receive a "convention"
they'll have to fill in and send back to Meteo France who will
forward the agreement to Eumetsat.
This "convention" will be sent by e-mail or by snail-mail, depending
on the informations given by the users on their registration form.
Fabrice, F5HCC.


Re: Kepler data for MSG-1

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

MSG-1
1 27509U 02040B 04009.81730652 -.00000069 00000-0 00000+0 0
5423
2 27509 0.9733 315.4823 0001182 160.9961 275.9639 1.00272899
5090

Many thanks, Steve, but that's the same 10-day old data that I have.

Cheers,
David


Re: Kepler data for MSG-1

Steve Blackmore <steve@...>
 

On Mon, 19 Jan 2004 09:09:29 -0000, you wrote:

Does anyone have current Kepler data for MSG-1?

It is supposed to be in an orbital move from 10W to 3.5W, but the most
recent data I have from Celestrak is from around January 10th, before the
move began.

It would be fun to watch this drift and see how the image quality of data
from the eastern limb improves with orbital position!
MSG-1
1 27509U 02040B 04009.81730652 -.00000069 00000-0 00000+0 0 5423
2 27509 0.9733 315.4823 0001182 160.9961 275.9639 1.00272899 5090


From

http://celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/weather.txt


--
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Re: Kepler data for MSG-1

Luca Bertagnolio <lucaberta@...>
 

David,

same set of data on NASA OIG.

By checking the last 5 TLEs, it doesn't look like there is a definite
pattern, as TLEs are separated by anywhere from 2 to 6 days, and in
one case there were two TLEs few minutes apart.

Too bad!

Bye, Luca

--- In MSG-1@..., "David J Taylor" <david-taylor@b...>
wrote:
Does anyone have current Kepler data for MSG-1?

It is supposed to be in an orbital move from 10W to 3.5W, but the
most
recent data I have from Celestrak is from around January 10th,
before the
move began.

It would be fun to watch this drift and see how the image quality
of data
from the eastern limb improves with orbital position!


Kepler data for MSG-1

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Does anyone have current Kepler data for MSG-1?

It is supposed to be in an orbital move from 10W to 3.5W, but the most
recent data I have from Celestrak is from around January 10th, before the
move began.

It would be fun to watch this drift and see how the image quality of data
from the eastern limb improves with orbital position!

Thanks,
David
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Dutch licenses.

johnrigsec@...
 

All,

I have been informed by Arne that the Dutch licenses are actually written in
English despite what was originally posted.
Ferdinand has conformed there is no handling charge in Holland for issuing of
licenses.

One thought - if you already had an EKU from EUMETSAT during the trial period
and for those who will be applying now, EUMETSAT will not, I understand,
'switch on' your EKU till they have received confirmation from the national Met.
Offices that they have in turn received your signed license agreement back.

But then, I thought, you would not be offered the ability to purchase the EKU
by EUMETSAT till they had been informed of your licensed status.

Anyway .....

Regards,
John Tellick.
RIG.


Re: MSG Licenses in "overseas" countries?

fvalk <fvalk@...>
 

Just to clarify, it is correct that the dues for the SKU and the software need
to be paid. However that has nothing to do with the KNMI. Its position has been
very constructive and cooperative in this affair and there is no charge by KNMI
for the service of handling the licenses.

Ferdinand Valk

---------- Original Message -----------
From: Eric-Jan W�sten <pa3cev@...>

bottom line is you have to pay.

Oh well,


Eric PA3CEV


Re: MSG Licenses in "overseas" countries?

Eric-Jan Wösten <pa3cev@...>
 

At 11:19 14-01-04 +0000, Luca Bertagnolio wrote:
I always like the british term "overseas"... as if they are not the
ones living on an Island!!! ;-)

Anyway, back to the topic... I read that the UK Met Office has sent
out quite a few licenses for MSG-1 reception, a needed step in order
to get the eToken from EUMETSAT.

Did anybody else in other countries have seen any similar activity
from the local licensing authority? Haven't heard anything here in
Belgium for sure yet...
Yup,

got mail from the dutch "KNMI", being the licensing authority.

bottom line is you have to pay.

Oh well,


Eric PA3CEV


Re: trouble

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

--- In MSG-1@..., Ap van Weeren <apvweeren@y...> wrote:
Hello David T,
Mni tks for yr advice. The trouble was (I found that
a few minutes ago) the firewall protection(from
windowsXP) was switched "on" in the network device.
Purple is back and Ap is happy.
Thanks for the report back, Ap, and good to hear it is sorted. I
forget to suggest checking Firewalls!

Cheers,
David


trouble

Ap van Weeren
 

Many tks to you all, for the advices and help. As I
already mentioned to David, the trouble was that the
firewall from WindowsXP was switched on in the network
device (here called "lan nr 4 B2C2 broadbandreceiver")
for unknown reasons.
Pretty weekend to all, tks
Ap

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trouble

Ap van Weeren
 

Hello David T,
Mni tks for yr advice. The trouble was (I found that
a few minutes ago) the firewall protection(from
windowsXP) was switched "on" in the network device.
Purple is back and Ap is happy.
As always tks and fine weekend.
Ap

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Re: EKU licence and EKU

fvalk <fvalk@...>
 

John,

The Dutch licenses are for a period of three years and no handling charges
apply.

Ferdinand

From: johnrigsec@...

I'd be interested to hear from Arne how long the Dutch licenses are
valid and from users in other member states if they have been charged
and how long their licenses are valid.

It seems we might have to do a little bit more persuading?

Regards,
John Tellick.
RIG.


Re: EKU licence and EKU

Robert Moore
 

Ian,
Lloyds charged me about �5 (possibly less, I forget)

Robert



Quoting Ian S Deans <ian@...>:

Gerald, thanks for the mail.
Yes 40 Euros is about �28 and my bank will charge �14 for the transfer so it
would indeed be nice if Visa was an option.
I worked for my bank for 30 years and still have to pay the charges (
miserable lot !!! )

Regards

Ian

----- Original Message -----
From: "gerald ashford" <gerald.ashford@...>
To: <MSG-1@...>
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 8:01 PM
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] EKU licence and EKU


hello ian
we hav'nt talked before my name is gerald i had my email today aswell and
that was one of the questions i asked so i am hoping for the visa option as
the bank charges a lot
cheers
gerald





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Re: EKU licence and EKU

Robert Moore
 

Me too

Robert


Quoting John Willis <john@...>:

Dear all,

I have just had an e-mail from Pamela at Eumetsat confirming I have a UK
licence and promising to send updated software and an invoice for the EKU as
soon as I confirm that I have the old software.

Good News!

Many thanks to all who have pushed through the processing to this stage and
especially John Tellick, David Taylor and the staff at Eumetsat.

Thank you all!

John Willis









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