The OVRO prototype typically remains on-sun from dawn to dusk when not undergoing repair or testing. Its field of view subtends the entire solar disk at all frequencies from 245 MHz to 18 GHz. It may therefore contribute to many coordinated observing campaigns pursued by the scientific community, even those which concentrate on individual active regions. We encourage all researchers to contact us to obtain data.

02/1998 - 12/2001 livetimes
04/1998 - 07/2002 bursts

Data format information and viewing software (in IDL) will be available soon.

A small selection of interesting events is included here:
21 Apr. 2002 large burst
10 Jun. 2002 partial eclipse
23 Jul. 2002 large burst
17 Mar. 2003 burst


The latest week's worth of data:

(click on the thumbnails for a larger version)


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New Jersey Institute of Technology

Dale E. Gary