|IGS-type acronym :||SCOR|
|Installed date :||1997-08-07|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Country :||GREENLAND (DENMARK)|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|Distance to Tide Gauge (m) :||450|
|IGS-like station form :|
|M||Material change or malfunction|
Plots generated using software developed with the EPN team at ROB
|Observations & tracking performance||Satellite tracking|
Due to a power loss data between Day 338-12:08 and 339-11:44 are missing.
The PC at SCOR has suffered a fatal crash, and thus data logging is interrupted for an unknown period of time.
A program error (GBSS) interrupted the data logging, causing a gap between 189 09:45 – 190 14:00.
A program error (GBSS) interrupted the data logging, causing a gap between 184 03:38 – 185 08:25.
The Computer that handles SCOR data logging is operationa again, and data logging is resumed.
Data between 2017-05-22:08:59:59 and 2017-05-24:09:38:59 are lost.
The Computer that handles SCOR data logging has suffered a serious hardware failure and all data logging will be interrupted until further notice.
The router at SCOR has been replaced, and normal operation is resumed.
The router at the site has failed, and will need replacement. Until the affected equipment has been replaced we are unable to deliver data from SCOR.
The RINEX header has been updated with the full receiver serial number, to match the information in the sitelog.
Data logging at SCOR has been resumed at Julian Day 2015-310 at approximately 1700.
The reason for the interruption was a damaged antenna cable.
[IGSSTATION-6376] - 2015-11-04: Data logging at SCOR has been interrupted at Julian Day 2015-306 at approximately 1500.
The reason is unknown, and therefore we are unable to give a reliable estimate as to when logging will resume.
Data logging at SCOR has resumed spontaneously on Julian day 017, and has been performing normally since.
Data logging at SCOR has stopped since Julian day 352, for an unknown reason.
A replacement receiver has been shipped, but data collection must be expected to be inoperative for an unknown period, due the low frequency of package deliveries at the location.