The Radio JOVE Project's Data Site

Welcome Radio JOVE Observers!

Radio JOVE students and amateur scientists observe and analyze natural radio emissions of Jupiter,
the Sun, and our galaxy.

About  RadioJOVE.org

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The Radio JOVE Project has set up this web site specifically for active participants who want to contribute to and use the project's data archive. Those just learning about the Radio JOVE Project may wish to consult our traditional site located at radiojove.gsfc.nasa.gov.

Radio JOVE Data Archive

For about a decade the Radio Jove project has been enabling participants to share their observations through the Radio Jove archive; approximately 6000 observations are now available online. However, in early 2012 the data submission function to the archive was turned off. The data archive is now ready to receive your observations once again!

The location of the archive has changed. Please visit http://radiojove.org/archive.html to view or submit Radio JOVE data.

Please note that submitters of Radio JOVE data will need a password. Please contact Leonard Garcia for more information.

» Go to the Radio JOVE Data Archive

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