Program Description: The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST, formerly the Advanced Technology Solar Telescope, ATST) will address questions such as: What is the nature of solar magnetism; how does that magnetism control our star; and how can we model and predict its changing outputs that affect the Earth? The facility is located at Haleakala Observatories, Hawaii. Currently in construction
Organization Description: DKIST represents a collaboration of 22 U.S. institutions, reflecting a broad segment of the solar physics community.
Data Description: Depending on final design of the instruments, there will be 5-15 petabytes of data per year. For their mission, latency and timeliness are not that important. This translates to just under 5 Gbps average over the course of a year needed to move the data from Maui to National Solar Observatory HQ in Boulder.
Project Type: Instrument
Project Domains: Math and Physical Sciences
No budget information
Federal Funding: NSF
|Location||Lat/Lon Coordinates||Location Type||Data Type||Data Generation||Single Data Instance Size (TB)||Estimated Daily Data Size (GB)||Estimated Annual Data Size (PB)||Average Sustained Throughput (Gbps)||Maximum Sustained Throughput (Gbps)||Online Repository Size (PB)||Total Repository Size (PB)||Delay Tolerance (minutes)||Jitter Sensitive?||Uses the Cloud?|
|Halakea Observatory, Hawaii, United States||20.71,-156.26||Instrument||Data||Scheduled||0.04||15.00||5.00||-||-|
|Boulder, CO, United States||40.01,-105.27||Data Repository and Analysis||Data||Scheduled||0.04||15.00||5.00||-||-|