Teide Observatory

Global Oscillations Network Group

GONG
Global Oscillations Network Group
Band
Purpose
Characteristics
Owner institution
State
Observatory

The Global Oscillation Network Group, or GONG Network is a worldwide network of six identical telescopes, designed to have 24/7 observations of the Sun. The network serves multiple purposes, including the provision of operation data for use in space weather prediction, and the study of solar internal structure and dynamics using helioseismology. Operations started in 1996. The rest of nodes are installed in Chile, California, Hawai, Australia and India.

GONG network aroung the world

 

Related installation
Tacometro de Fourier
GONG-T
Tacometro de Fourier
Instrument
Imaging
Solar