ISWI Newsletter - Vol.4 No.11
Dear ISWI Participant:
06 February 2012
This is a recap of what most of you already know:
- the ISWI website is taken care of Mitko of Bulgaria.
The website is here: www.iswi-secretariat.org
- the ISWI Newsletter is editted by me, George Maeda.
Instructions for subscribing and un-subscribing are
found at the end of this email text.
At his website, Mitko has created a marvelous World Map showing the location of ISWI scientific ground instruments. What is more, he regularly updates it --- so please help when he asks you for updates on your ISWI array. (Recently, the MAGDAS Project gave him the geographical coordinates
for the ten new MAGDAS units that were installed last year in various parts of the world.)
Would you like to see his map? I made a simple guide, which I attach as pdf. Our community is making lots of impressive progress with this deployment of instruments.
Most faithfully and exuberantly yours,|
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.
(1) Simple guide to World Map showing the location of ISWI scientific ground instruments 728 KB pdf, 1 page, (click )
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