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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. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP-8) Magnetometer Experiment Data [IMP8_MAG]
IMP-8 (IMP-J) was launched by NASA on October 26, 1973 to measure the magnetic fields, plasmas, and energetic charged particles (e.g., cosmic rays) of the Earth's magnetotail and ...


3. 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: ...


4. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP-8) Solar Plasma Electrostatic Analyzer Data [IMP8_LANL]
IMP-8 (IMP-J) was launched by NASA on October 26, 1973 to measure the magnetic fields, plasmas, and energetic charged particles (e.g., cosmic rays) of the Earth's magnetotail ...


5. Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) Data Archive at NASA/NSSDC and SWRI [IMAGE]
The Imager for Magnetosphere-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) mission produced the first comprehensive global images of the plasma populations in the inner magnetosphere. IMAGE data are archived ...


6. Polar Sun-Earth Connection Mission Data Archive at NASA/GSFC [NASA_POLAR]
The Polar spacecraft was launched on February 24, 1996, to obtain data from both high- and low-altitude perspectives of this active region of geospace. High above the poles the particles of the solar ...


7. 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 ...


8. Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite Data at NASA/NSSDC [CRRES]
The Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite (CRRES) was launched into a geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) for a nominal three-year mission to investigate fields, plasmas, and energetic ...


9. Geotail Data Archive at NASA/GSFC [NASA_GEOTAIL]
The GEOTAIL mission is a collaborative project undertaken by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Its primary objective ...


10. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP-8) Low-Energy Proton and Electron Differential Energy Analyzer (LEPEDEA) Data [IMP8_IOWA]
IMP-8 (IMP-J) was launched by NASA on October 26, 1973 to measure the magnetic fields, plasmas, and energetic charged particles (e.g., cosmic rays) of the Earth's magnetotail and magnetosheath and ...


11. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP-8) Solar Plasma Faraday Cup Data [IMP8_MIT]
IMP-8 (IMP-J) was launched by NASA on October 26, 1973 to measure the magnetic fields, plasmas, and energetic charged particles (e.g., cosmic rays) of the Earth's magnetotail and magnetosheath and ...


12. Ulysses Heliospheric Data [ULYSSES]
The primary mission of the Ulysses spacecraft was to characterize the heliosphere as a function of solar latitude. The periods of primary scientific interest is when Ulysses was at or higher than ...


13. 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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