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1. Auroral spectrograph [NIPR_UAP_ASG_LYR]
The auroral spectrograph consists of a large fish-eye lens (180-degree FOV?f=6 mm?F1.4)?a slit which passes the light from the sky along meridian direction, a collimating optics?a grism with 600 gr/mm?an ...


2. Shuttle SBUV (SSBUV) Solar Spectral Irradiance V008 (SSBUVIRR) at GES DISC [SSBUVIRR_008]
The Shuttle Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet (SSBUV) level-2 irradiance data are available for eight space shuttle missions flown between 1989 and 1996. SSBUV, a successor to the SBUV flown on the Nimbus-7 ...


3. 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 ...


4. OMI/Aura Level 1B Solar Irradiances V003 (OML1BIRR) at GES DISC [OML1BIRR_003]
The OMI Level 1B solar irradiance product is the radiometrically calibrated and geolocated measurements of the UV and Visible channels of the spectral solar irradiance. It is the averaged measurements ...


5. Global Ultraviolet Imager (GUVI) Data from the Thermosphere, Ionosphere, Mesosphere Energetics and Dynamics (TIMED) Mission [TIMED_GUVI]
The Global Ultraviolet Imager (GUVI) is one of four instruments that constitute the TIMED spacecraft, the first mission of the NASA Solar Connections program. Data from the ...


6. Ionospheric Doppler Radars from the CEDAR Data Base at NCAR/HAO [CEDAR_IDR]   PARENT METADATA
The Coupling, Energetics, and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) Data Base at NCAR/HAO holds data collected from HF ionospheric doppler radars. The HF radars are organized into a community called ...


7. 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 ...


8. Interplanetary Monitoring Platform (IMP-8) Cosmic Ray Nuclear Composition (CRNC) Data [IMP8_UNH]
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 ...


9. SORCE Extreme Ultraviolet (XUV) Data from the XPS [SORCE_XPS]
This data set consists of SORCE Extreme Ultraviolet (XUV) data from the XPS instrument on-board the SORCE spacecraft. The XPS instrument has 12 photodiodes for measuring XUV and EUV irradiance. 7 ...


10. The Student Nitric Oxide Explorer (SNOE) Data Archive at LASP and NSSDC [SNOE]
The Student Nitric Oxide Explorer (SNOE or "snowy") is a small scientific satellite that measured the effects of energy from the sun and from the magnetosphere on the density of nitric oxide in the ...


11. Hourly Shortwave Solar Irradiance - GOES [acronym.OSIHSSI.fileid.EO.EUM.DAT.GOES.OSIHSSI]
Estimation of the solar irradiance reaching the Earth surface, derived from the geostationary satellite GOES-E, produced by remapping over a 0.05��� regular grid and expressed in W/m2. Algorithm is ...


12. 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 ...


13. NOAA Space Environment Laboratory On-Line Solar and Geophysical Data [SEL-01]
The NOAA Space Environment Laboratory collects, evaluates, and distributes data relating to space plasma events, solar activity, and cosmic ray particle activity on a nearly real-time basis. Space ...


14. Solar Images and Spectra from the Yohkoh Spacecraft [Yohkoh-01]
This data set consists of data from all four instruments on board the Yohkoh spacecraft (formerly called Solar-A). Data are held as proprietary for two years after collection (although more recent ...


15. ACRIM III Level 2 Daily Mean Data V001 [ACR3L2DM_1]
Two Micro-Pulse Lidar (MPL) systems were deployed to Africa for the SAFARI 2000 experiment. One MPL was set up in Mongu, Zambia, and the other was set up in Skukuza, South Africa. The primary focus ...


16. ACRIM III Level 2 Shutter Cycle Data V001 [ACR3L2SC_1]
Active Cavity Radiometer Irradiance Monitor (ACRIM) III Level 2 Shutter Cycle Data product contains Level 2 total solar irradiance in the form of shutter cycles gathered by the ACRIM instrument on ...


17. ACRIM III Level 2 Daily Mean Data V001 [ACR3L2DM]
This file contains Level 2 total solar irradiance in the form of daily means gathered by the ACRIM instrument on the ACRIMSAT satellite.


18. ACRIM III Level 2 Shutter Cycle Data V001 [ACR3L2SC]
This file contains Level 2 total solar irradiance in the form of shutter cycles gathered by the ACRIM instrument on the ACRIMSAT satellite.


19. Calculations of the Total Number of Electrons Along a Ray Path Extending from the Transmitter to the Receiver [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosphere.G00566]
Ionospheric Total Electron Content (TEC) is the total number of electrons in a column of unit cross section extending from the transmitter to the receiver. TEC is calculated from observations of the ...


20. Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) - Space Weather Sensors [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosphere.G10022]
The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) maintains a constellation of sun-synchronous, near-polar orbiting satellites. The orbital period is 101 minutes and inclination is 99 degrees. The ...


21. Ionosonde Stations [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosonde.G10145]
Ionograms are recorded tracings of reflected high frequency radio pulses generated by an ionosonde. Unique relationships exist between the sounding frequency and the ionization densities which can ...


22. Ionospheric Digital Database [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosonde.G01257]
The ionosphere is that part of the Earth's atmosphere that results mainly from the photo ionization of the upper atmosphere. Traditionally, the following ionospheric regions and their approximate ...


23. Ionospheric Oblique Incidence Soundings by Satellites [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosphere.G00563]
The oblique incidence sweep-frequency ionospheric sounding technique uses the same principle of operation as the vertical incidence sounder. The primary difference is that the transmitter and receiver ...


24. Ionospheric Values (Daily Work Sheets), F-Plots, Tabulations, Booklets, Catalogs, and Log Books [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosonde.G00556]
These ionospheric data consist of scaling notes, equipment usage logs, and ionospheric values in the form of daily work sheets, F-Plots, tabulations, and booklets. The station notes list the equipment ...


25. Measurement of Incoherent Scatter [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosphere.G00145]
For radio waves transmitted through the ionosphere with frequencies much larger (50 to 1300MHz) than the plasma frequency (up to 15MHz), very small-scale fluctuations of electron density will scatter ...


26. Measurements of the Absorptive Properties of the Ionosphere [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosphere.G00569]
Absorption of radio waves occurs when electrons responding to the wave fields collide with and transfer energy to the neutral particles. A study of ionospheric absorption yields information on both ...


27. Photographic Records Showing the Variations of the Virtual Height of Reflection as a Function of the Radio Frequency [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.ionosonde.G00551]
The standard (analog) ionosonde produces photographic records known as ionograms, which show the variations of the virtual height of reflection as a function of the radio frequency. The frequency ...


28. Solar Features [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features]
Collection includes a variety of solar feature datasets contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide.


29. Solar Features - Prominences and Filaments [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_prominences-filaments]
Prominences and filaments are two manifestations of the same phenomenon. Both prominences and filaments are features formed above the chromosphere by cool dense gases held in place by solar magnetic ...


30. Solar Features - Prominences and Filaments - Filaments [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_prominences-filaments_filaments]
Filaments are formed in magnetic loops that hold relatively cool, dense gas suspended above the surface of the Sun (David Hathaway/NASA)


31. Solar Features - Prominences and Filaments - Prominences [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_prominences-filaments_prominences]
A prominence is a large, bright features extending outward from the sun's surface, often in a loop shape (Wikipedia)


32. Solar Features - Solar Flares [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares]
A solar flare is a short-lived sudden increase in the intensity of radiation emitted in the neighborhood of sunspots. For many years it was best monitored in the H-alpha wavelength and occurs in the ...


33. Solar Features - Solar Flares - H-Alpha [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_h-alpha]
A short-lived sudden increase in the intensity or radiation emitted in the neighborhood of sunspots monitored in H-alpha.


34. Solar Features - Solar Flares - Index [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_index]
Daily index of solar flare activity.


35. Solar Features - Solar Flares - Patrol [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_patrol]
The H-alpha Flare Patrol identifies time periods each day when the sun is being continuously monitored by select ground-based solar observatories.


36. Solar Features - Solar Flares - SIDS [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_sids]
A Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance (SID) is any of several radio propagation anomalies due to ionospheric changes resulting from solar or geophysical events.


37. Solar Features - Solar Flares - X-rays [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_x-rays]
Listings and characterizations of solar x-ray flares


38. Solar Imagery [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery]
Collection includes a variety of solar photographic and illustrated datasets contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide. Daily solar observations range from ...


39. Solar Imagery - Chromosphere - Calcium [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_chromosphere_calcium]
This dataset consists of full-disk images of the sun in Calcium (Ca) II K wavelength (393.4 nm). Ca II K imagery reveal magnetic structures of the sun from about 500 to 2000 km above ...


40. Solar Imagery - Chromosphere - H-Alpha [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_chromosphere_h-alpha]
Collection includes a variety of H-alpha photographic datasets contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide. Solar observations ...


41. Solar Imagery - Composites - Full Sun Drawings - Boulder [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_composites_full-sun-drawings_boulder]
Synoptic Analysis Drawings, also known as Neutral Line (NL) drawings, are produced each day by space weather forecaster at the NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC). ...


42. Solar Imagery - GONG [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_gong]
The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) is a network of 6 globally-spaced solar observatories that the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center uses to monitor the sun in near real time. The archived ...


43. Solar Imagery - GONG (H-alpha) [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_chromosphere_h-alpha_gong]
The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) is a network of 6 globally-spaced solar observatories that the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center uses to monitor the sun in near real time. The archived ...


44. Solar Imagery - GONG (Magnetogram) [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_chromosphere_magnetogram_gong]
The Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) is a network of 6 globally-spaced solar observatories that the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center uses to monitor the sun in near real time. The archived ...


45. Solar Imagery - Photosphere - Sunspot Drawings - McMath-Hulbert Observatory [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_photosphere_sunspot-drawings_mcmath]
The McMath-Hulbert Observatory is a decommissioned solar observatory in Lake Angelus, Michigan, USA. It was established in 1929 as a private observatory by father and son Francis Charles McMath and ...


46. Solar Imagery - Photosphere - White Light [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-imagery_photosphere_white-light]
Collection consists of white-light, full-disk images of the sun provided by various solar observatories and institutions.


47. Solar Imagery - White Light - ISOON [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-images_white-light_isoon]
The Improved Solar Observing Optical Network (ISOON) project is a collaboration between the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate and the National Solar Observatory. ISOON is a ...


48. Solar Indices [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-indices]
Collection includes a variety of indices related to solar activity contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide. This metadata record is currently under construction.[SolarIndices ...


49. Solar Indices - Plage Regions [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-indices_plage-regions]
Collection includes a variety of indices related to solar activity contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide. This metadata record is currently under construction.[SolarIndices ...


50. Solar Indices - Solar Corona [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-indices_solar-corona]
Collection includes a variety of indices related to solar activity contributed by a number of national and private solar observatories located worldwide. This metadata record is currently under construction.[SolarIndices ...


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