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1. Radio and Plasma Wave Investigation (WAVES) on WIND [WIND_WAVES]
The main purpose of the Wind spacecraft is to measure the incoming solar wind, magnetic fields and particles, although early on it will also observe the Earth's foreshock region. Wind, together with ...


2. Space Physics, Solar Physics and Astronomy Data from Space Physics Data System [SPDS-General]
The Space Physics Data System (SPDS) ( http://spdf.gsfc.nasa.gov/ ) serves the four science disciplines encompassed within the programs of the NASA Space Physics Division, namely: ...


3. SOHO/Charge, Element, and Isotope Analysis System (CELIAS) Data Archive [SOHO_CELIAS]
The CELIAS instrument is designed to study the composition of the solar wind (SW) and of solar and interplanetary energetic particles on SOHO. SOHO is a project of international cooperation between ...


4. SOHO/Energetic and Relativistic Nuclei and Electron (ERNE) Data Archive [SOHO_ERNE]
The Energetic and Relativistic Nuclei and Electron (ERNE) Sensor Unit (ESU) has two energetic particle sensors: LED and HED. ERNE will investigate the solar atmosphere by detecting charged particles ...


5. Magnetic Field Investigation (MFI) on WIND [WIND_MFI]
The main purpose of the Wind spacecraft is to measure the incoming solar wind, magnetic fields and particles, although early on it will also observe the Earth's foreshock region. Wind, together with ...


6. Solar Wind Experiment (SWE) on WIND [WIND_SWE]
The main purpose of the Wind spacecraft is to measure the incoming solar wind, magnetic fields and particles, although early on it will also observe the Earth's foreshock region. Wind, together with ...


7. The SWICS/MASS/STICS (SMS) Instrument Package on WIND [WIND_SMS]
The main purpose of the Wind spacecraft is to measure the incoming solar wind, magnetic fields and particles, although early on it will also observe the Earth's foreshock region. Wind, together with ...


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