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1. Geoscientific and Engineering Models at NASA's National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) [ENVIRONET]
The National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center has many space physics and space weather models available on: - Gavitation and Geopotential Models - Atmospheric ...


2. MAGSAT Magnetic Field Data, Anomaly Plots, Plus Analysis Software at NSSDC [MAGSAT-GEN]
The Magsat project was a joint NASA/USGS effort to measure near-earth magnetic fields on a global basis. Objectives included obtaining an accurate description of the earth's magnetic field, obtaining ...


3. Fields and Particles Data from Explorers 33 and 35 [66-058A]
The Explorer 33 and 35 spacecraft, also referred to as Anchored IMP (AIMP) 1 and 2, were launched in 1966 and 1967 towards lunar-centric orbits. Explorer 35 achieved a 5 Rm lunar orbit, but Explorer ...


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