Ottawa/Penticton 2800 MHz Solar Radio FluxEntry ID: FE00216
Abstract: Solar radio flux is measured from the undisturbed solar surface,
developing active regions on the sun and from short-lived enhancements
above the daily level. Radio flux is measured in 10 to the -22
Joules/second/square meter/Hertz. Data are from radio telescope at the
Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Penticton, British
... Columbia. Solar radio flux from the entire solar disk is measured at a
frequency of 2800 megaHertz. Solar flux values are measured daily and
the emmited radio flux level is determined daily at local noon (1700
GMT). The data values are have been multiplied by 10 to suppress the
decimal point. The data set covers the period from February 14, 1947
to the present.
The radio telescope was moved from Ottawa, Canada to the Dominion
Radio Astrophysical Observatory, in British Columbia, Canada in early
Data Set Citation
Dataset Title: Ottawa/Penticton 2800 MHz Solar Radio Flux
Start Date: 1947-02-14
ISO Topic Category
Data Set Progress
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: jean.bastien at NRC.CA
Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory PO Box 248 B.C.
Postal Code: V2A 6K3
Values of the Solar Properties - Solar Radio Flux, Quiet Sun Flux,
Slowly Varying Component, and Ottawa 10.7 cm Flux, International
Astronomical Union Publication Issue Identification: IAU 1957-1958,
published by NGDC, 1973.
NASA Climate Data System Detailed Catalog Entry
'Solar-Geophysical Data' Reports, published by NGDC.
'Solar Indices Bulletin', published by NGDC.
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 1994-06-27
Last DIF Revision Date: 2010-03-08