GALAPAGOS ISLAND

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Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Active station No data for 30 days Decommissioned No observations in SONEL (Survey) Not co-located with observed station
Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Available data / Station OK Available data / Problem(s) detected Does not work No longer exists Foreign partner management Not co-located with observed station
Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Co-located with observed station Not co-located with observed station
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IGS-type acronym : GLPS
Latitude : -0.74269535
Longitude : -90.30361978
Installed date : 2003-01-06
Decommissioned date :
Country : ECUADOR
City : PUERTO AYORA
Station status : active (green)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 34512
Domes Nr.: 42005M002
Station operator: (JPL) - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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MMaterial change or malfunction
EEarthquake
UUnknown
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Log bookGLPS

[IGSSTATION-5210] - 2012-12-11 (12/12/2012)

The networking problem at the Galapagos (GLPS) IGS station has been repaired. Unfortunately no data was collected for 2011-03-16T09:15UTC – 2012-11-13T18:56UTC.
On 2012-11-13, during a site visit, the dome on the GPS antenna was found broken and the antenna was covered by the surrounding overgrown vegetation. The exact date of the broken dome is unknown and the surrounding vegetation was cleared away from the antenna. While on site, the broken dome was removed and remained off until the replacement dome arrived on the island. The new dome has now been installed and an updated site log is now available at the IGSCB reflecting the dome activity.

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