>From: address@hidden (Pepo Juega) >Organization: INM >Keywords: 200511041227.jA4CRo7s007485 McIDAS ADDE NOAA POES Hi Pepo, re: ADDE access to NOAA POES data over Romania >See what I got back from INM about our Greek contact: > >Dr. George Potiriadis >Satellites & Radars Department >Hellenic National Meteorological Service (HNMS) > >14, El. Venizelou St. >167 77 Hellinikon >Athens, Hellas >Tel : +30 210 9699016 >FAX: +30 210 9649646 >Email : address@hidden >http://www.hnms.gr Thank you for the information. Dave Santek of SSEC told me that he did not think that there would be much chance of getting access to Greek data: From: Dave Santek <address@hidden> Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 09:28:00 CST To: Unidata Support <address@hidden> Subject: Re: 20051103: NOAA POES data from Greece re: contact information for Greece for NOAA POES data What do you need that Spain can't provide? Are you looking for routine ADDE access? The system in Greece is for their national weather service, HNMS: http://www.hnms.gr/hnms/english/index_html Unfortunately, this organization is part of the military so security & firewalls are a BIG issue. I would be surprised if they would allow any access. Also, there data server is on an internal network....when I had ssh access to that box, I had to hop through a gateway to get there. dave I don't think that Oana contacting them is a bad idea, but the request may not go anywhere. Do you think that the INM has the NOAA POES data that Oana/NAM is looking for? If yes, what do you think the chances are that they would be given ADDE access to the server(s)? I know that it was very hard for NASA/Johnson Space Flight Center to obtain access to the INM ADDE servers for Meteosat data, and that was for support of shuttle operations. Thanks again for your help! Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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