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## Helio-Geodynamic Polygon “Simeiz–Katsiveli” for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Support

Transactions of IAA RAS, issue 37, 55–58 (2016)

Keywords: Earth Orientation Parameters, satellite laser ranging, very long baseline interferometry, co-location.

### Abstract

The “Simeiz–Katsiveli” helio-geodynamic polygon is created to study geodynamic phenomena and the impact of the Sun’s parameters on the state of the Earth's ecosystem. There are the following observational tools at its disposal: the “Simeiz” VLBI station based on the RT-22 radio telescope, two satellite laser ranging stations (“Simeiz-1873” and “Katsively-1893”), two GPS/GLONASS stations (“GPS-CrAO” and “Katsively”) and a Solar activity monitoring station with its radio telescopes RT-2, RT-3 and RT-M, a part of the Sun Service international network. Adjoining the fourth RT-22 Observatory “Simeiz” to the observations of the VLBI network “Quasar-KVO” gives the opportunity to obtain more accurate and reliable data in order to create the terrestrial reference systems and for the fundamental scientific research.

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A. E. Volvach, A. I. Dmitrotsa, D. I. Neyachenko. Helio-Geodynamic Polygon “Simeiz–Katsiveli” for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Support // Transactions of IAA RAS. — 2016. — Issue 37. — P. 55–58. @article{volvach2016, abstract = {The “Simeiz–Katsiveli” helio-geodynamic polygon is created to study geodynamic phenomena and the impact of the Sun’s parameters on the state of the Earth's ecosystem. There are the following observational tools at its disposal: the “Simeiz” VLBI station based on the RT-22 radio telescope, two satellite laser ranging stations (“Simeiz-1873” and “Katsively-1893”), two GPS/GLONASS stations (“GPS-CrAO” and “Katsively”) and a Solar activity monitoring station with its radio telescopes RT-2, RT-3 and RT-M, a part of the Sun Service international network. Adjoining the fourth RT-22 Observatory “Simeiz” to the observations of the VLBI network “Quasar-KVO” gives the opportunity to obtain more accurate and reliable data in order to create the terrestrial reference systems and for the fundamental scientific research.}, author = {A.~E. Volvach and A.~I. Dmitrotsa and D.~I. Neyachenko}, issue = {37}, journal = {Transactions of IAA RAS}, keyword = {Earth Orientation Parameters, satellite laser ranging, very long baseline interferometry, co-location}, pages = {55--58}, title = {Helio-Geodynamic Polygon “Simeiz–Katsiveli” for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Support}, url = {http://iaaras.ru/en/library/paper/1558/}, year = {2016} } TY - JOUR TI - Helio-Geodynamic Polygon “Simeiz–Katsiveli” for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Support AU - Volvach, A. E. AU - Dmitrotsa, A. I. AU - Neyachenko, D. I. PY - 2016 T2 - Transactions of IAA RAS IS - 37 SP - 55 AB - The “Simeiz–Katsiveli” helio-geodynamic polygon is created to study geodynamic phenomena and the impact of the Sun’s parameters on the state of the Earth's ecosystem. There are the following observational tools at its disposal: the “Simeiz” VLBI station based on the RT-22 radio telescope, two satellite laser ranging stations (“Simeiz-1873” and “Katsively-1893”), two GPS/GLONASS stations (“GPS- CrAO” and “Katsively”) and a Solar activity monitoring station with its radio telescopes RT-2, RT-3 and RT-M, a part of the Sun Service international network. Adjoining the fourth RT-22 Observatory “Simeiz” to the observations of the VLBI network “Quasar-KVO” gives the opportunity to obtain more accurate and reliable data in order to create the terrestrial reference systems and for the fundamental scientific research. UR - http://iaaras.ru/en/library/paper/1558/ ER -