Whenever i click on "Submit and access data", and then on "Upload" or "Download" Spectroscopy, i always get tjhe same error message in the brwoser.
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This has been happenenig to me for several days. I tried different browsers and logging out and in. I also tried different computers.
Sorry you are having issues. There does not appear to be anything wrong with the app itself, so it must be an issue with your account. I will email you to try and get further details.
Staff Astronomer, AAVSO
I have the same error. I uploaded a spectrum (my first) to be evaluated. After that I receive this message but only when I navigate to Upload Spectrometry. I'm guessing I'm locked out form submitting any spectra until my initial test spectrum of a standard star is approved.
Another newbie here. I have received that same message about "something went wrong". I discovered that in my submission one or more of the necessary data elements was deleted. After carefully examining the submission, I received a message with several errors identified. Good, I fixed the errors, except for one that I do not understand, and now persists:
"Observer card David Decker does not match obscode (DDGB)"
I have examined my account info, and the header of the fits file and found no discrepancy re: name or obscode. Looking for ideas on this one...
David Decker (DDGB)
Solved this issue, my Bad! The fits header picked up my Rspec license name for the observer field. I edited the header, saved the file, then attached the wrong file for submission..
It seems that file and process organization is the root of most evil !