The observation database provides a listing of all observations done with the LWA. The database is updated daily by our robotic telescope overlord.
The DRSU database is used to keep track of data files when they are recorded out at the site, copied to local storage, and distributed to users.
The operator screen provides an overview of the health of each LWA station and what the station is currently observing.
We provide computing support for users of LWA through the LWA Users Computing Facility. The cluster status screen provides an overview of the current load and disk space available on the cluster.
The LWA Project includes several institutions. The founding LWA members are the University of New Mexico and the Los Alamos National Laboratory in partnership with the Naval Research Laboratory. Virginia Tech and University of Iowa joined the LWA Project in July 2007 and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory joined in September 2008.