Difference: GaiaRedIrisen (1 vs. 2)

Revision 219 Sep 2018 - SurinyeOlarte

Line: 1 to 1
 

RedIRIS collaborates with Gaia and highlights the role of the ICCUB in the mission

Remarkable News

Changed:
<
<
mąxim
>
>
mąxim
  18/09/2018
Line: 15 to 15
 

-

Changed:
<
<
The Spanish academic and research network that provides advanced communications services to the national scientific and university community, RedIris, collaborates with Gaia space mission with the contribution of its Network infrastructure based on optical fiber, interconnected to the Pan-European academic network GEANT allowing the global transmission of all the information generated by the project.
>
>
The Spanish academic and research network that provides advanced communications services to the national scientific and university community, RedIris, collaborates with Gaia space mission with a network infrastructure based on Optical fiber, interconnected to the pan-European academic network GEANT, that allows the global transmission of all the information generated by the project.
  Currently Gaia's biggest challenge is the compilation and processing of the huge amount of information produced. Every day the satellite generates and sends to the Earth 50 giga bytes data, received by 3 antennas, one of them located in Cebreros, Įvila, that must be processed.

Revision 119 Sep 2018 - SurinyeOlarte

Line: 1 to 1
Added:
>
>

RedIRIS collaborates with Gaia and highlights the role of the ICCUB in the mission

Remarkable News

mąxim

18/09/2018

  • Source: RedIRIS
  • Context: Gaia
  • Language: Es

Link with the article in RedIRIS

-

The Spanish academic and research network that provides advanced communications services to the national scientific and university community, RedIris, collaborates with Gaia space mission with the contribution of its Network infrastructure based on optical fiber, interconnected to the Pan-European academic network GEANT allowing the global transmission of all the information generated by the project.

Currently Gaia's biggest challenge is the compilation and processing of the huge amount of information produced. Every day the satellite generates and sends to the Earth 50 giga bytes data, received by 3 antennas, one of them located in Cebreros, Įvila, that must be processed.

RedIRIS highlights, for this final phase, the role of the researchers of the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona, ICCUB, that deal with the simulations and the construction of the data archive collaborating with the University Services of Catalonia (CSUC) and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC). The ICCUB has worked in the mission since its beginning, contributing to define some elements of the satellite and of the software for data processing.

 
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by Perl