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Solar radiation, or the electromagnetic energy emitted by the sun, can be captured and converted into useful forms of energy such as heat and electricity.

The success of any solar energy installation depends largely on the availability of solar radiation at that location, making detailed knowledge of solar resource data critical for planning and siting. In the effort to make such data easily accessible, NCEI, the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Northeast Regional Climate Center, and several universities and companies collaborated to create the National Solar Radiation Database (NSRDB). Since 1992, the NSRDB has provided solar planners and designers, building architects and engineers, renewable energy analysts, and countless others with extensive solar radiation information.

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  • National Solar Radiation Database
    In 2012, the team, led by NREL, updated the National Solar Radiation Database (NSRDB) to its latest version containing data from 1991 through 2010. The 1991–2010 database builds on the previous 1991–2005 NSRDB and contains data for over 1,500 stations across the United States. The NSRDB offers hourly solar radiation data including global, direct, and diffuse radiation data as well as meteorological data for those stations provided from NCEI’s Integrated Surface Database.
  • FTP: National Solar Radiation Data Base Files (3284)
    Data from the NSRDB are available for download via FTP. The FTP site allows users to download large quantities of solar radiation data, station data, or summary statistics.
GONG network sites map

The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) 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.

Deployed in 1995, GONG is a set of six observing systems geographically distributed around the Earth so that the Sun can be observed as continuously as possible. The six observatories are the Teide Observatory (Canary Islands), the Learmonth Solar Observatory (Western Australia), the Big Bear Solar Observatory (California), the Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (Hawaii), the Udaipur Solar Observatory (India) and the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (Chile). With these sites, GONG typically can observe the Sun 91% of the time, 24/7. GONG was constructed to provide observations for helioseismology, which aims to understand the solar interior by analyzing the sound waves that are trapped in it. In 2001, the original GONG detectors were upgraded to 1000 x 1000 pixels and continuous magnetograms were implemented, and the new system is known as GONG++. While GONG still provides helioseismology data, it now also provides full-disk solar magnetic field maps (magnetograms) every minute and full-disk images of the Sun in the wavelength of the Hydrogen–α (Hα) spectral line every 20 seconds. These data products are used for research into the solar magnetic field and chromosphere but are also essential inputs into forecasts of space weather. The NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), the US Airforce 557th Weather Wing, and the NASACommunity Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC) all use GONG data to predict space weather conditions.

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The GONG Project is managed by the National Solar Observatory's Integrated Synoptic Program (NISP), which is operated by AURA, Inc. under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation.

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External links[edit]

  • GONG info at the National Solar Observatory site
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