AGO Project The AGO project operates unmanned magenetometers, VLF & HF Receivers, All Sky Cameras, HF Imaging Riomenters and other instruments on the Antarctic Continent. Presently four sites are running and 2 should be added in the upcoming season. The group of scientists involved in AGO coordinates data analysis and dissemination thru Augsburg College and Lockheed Corporation.
ATS6 Low Energy Proton Experiment This page contain some information about the Applications Technology Satellite 6 (ATS-6) and the NOAALow Energy Proton Experiment which measured ions energy in the range from 25 keV to less then 1 MeV.
SCATHA Data Page Data from the NASA/USAF SCATHA satellite are available in plot format via a forms interface. A data availability plot shows what time periods are accessible. Data products include: magnetic fields, electric fields, plasma, and energetic particle data from this near-geostationary orbiting satellite.
Space Physics Group of Oulu Department of Physical Sciences, University of Oulu, Finland.
Ionospheric and magnetospheric research based on ground based
measurements (e.g., EISCAT radar) and various satellites. See
Space Physics Textbook of Oulu.
STE Lab 210 Magnetic Meridian Magnetometer Array Magnetometer data and plots from the 210 deg magnetic meridian array.
The 1-min data plots are for H- and D-component,
at all stations, while the 4-sec plots are for
H-component at Moshiri station in Japan. The 1-min
plots are for May 24, 1990 - June 30, 1995, while
the 4-sec plots are for May 24, 1990 - September 30,
1995. Data from Russian stations are available after
the summer 1992.
1-min digital data are also available in our anonymous
ftp directory at 184.108.40.206. If you need 1-sec digital
data, please contact to Kazuo Shiokawa.
University of Nagoya Solar Terrestrial Environment Lab The Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STELab) of Nagoya University is a collaborative institute in Japan. It is conducting and promoting comprehensive research on the relationship between the solar activity and the terrestrial environment. Data access includes geomagnetic data, solar wind velocities, cosmic ray data, and computer simulations.
STEP Polar Network Japan Solar Terrestraial Physics Program (SETP) - Japan. Polar network resources page. Includes links to magnetometer data, auroral data, and other image data.
Directory of Auroral Data This directory includes data-base of ground auroral observations, a postscript file of station distribution, and hourly synoptics of auroral activities observed during Global Aurora Campaign in Dec/1992-Jan/1992, Dec/1993-Jan/1994, and Dec/1994-Jan/1995, Feb-Mar/1995. Samples of various image data files.
FTP Directory of Magnetometer Data Magnetometer data from up to 20 ground stations in 1-minute resolution extracted from original data in 1-second resolution. Daily files of binary integer and daily stack plots for Xm,Ym and Z componets.
AMPTE/CCE Science Data Center Delivery, display and analysis of data from the Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracing Explorer/Charge Composition Experiment (AMPTE/CCE) and from related spacecraft such as GOES, IMP, TRIAD and others.
Three Interwoven Space Physics Stories (JHU/APL) Three recent research results are presented bilingually: you click to toggle between a scientific and popular presentation. The three stories all involve nice graphics, suitable to the WWW: (1) Theta-aurora (Published in Science) -- includes Polar BEAR images of this weird configuration (2) Simulations and data of the solar wind striking the atmosphere (3) The largest survey ever (by a wide margin) of discrete aurora (published in February 1996 JGR-A)
Freja Magnetic Field Experiment Currently available: Freja magnetometer summary plots, orbit characteric plots, Freja/UARS storm events with estimated global field-aligned current patterns and magnetometer, line plots of Freja onboard processed FFT of magnetic field measurements, and Viking magnetometer wave survey. Online digital data from UARS/Freja available soon.
SuperDARN Home Page Information about the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN). Includes access to plots of SuperDARN data.
Lancaster University IRIS Home Page This site contains a description of the Lancaster University imaging riometer system in Kilpisjarvi, Finland. The page includes colour images of auroral absorption events and a data file ordering service.
Los Alamos Energetic Particle Data Information about Los Alamos geosynchronous energetic particle data including on-line data request service, information about instruments and satellites, and contributions to the Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) campaigns.
The DE/EICS home page A compendium of information from over 10 years of analysis of data from the Energetic Ion Composition Spectrometer on DE -1. Including pointers to on line data and software descriptions of the instrument a summary of major results of analysis a complete list of publications
DE Home Page Home page for the Dynamics Explorer (DE) satellite. Contains mission information, personnel, publications, and links to access the data.
IMP-8 Plasma Science Information about the IMP-8 MIT plasma detector. This page includes access to high time resolution files, hourly averages, and daily averages from 1973 to the present.
MIT Plasma Group Plasma data from the M.I.T. Faraday cups on Voyager 1 and 2, IMP 8,
and WIND. Data includes Voyager hourly averages and trajectory information from the start of each mission until the present (1 to 3 day lag behind real time, updated daily) and IMP 8 solar wind daily averages, hourly averages, and fine resolution data from 1973 to the present (roughly 3 to 6 months behind real time).
SOHO - The Solar Helospheric Observatory The information currently available includes SOHO announcements,
meetings and conferences, a description of the mission, scientific
payload, documents related to science operations, an interface
to the SOHO Archive (currently the SOHO Archive contains synoptic
solar images and samples of telemetry and ancillary files from
the spacecraft), SOHO-related publications and bibliography, and
software for operations and data analysis.
Wind/WAVES Experiment Description of the radio and plasma wave instrument called WAVES on the GGS Wind spacecraft. Also, daily summary plots up to date.
SAMPEX Data Plots of electron, proton, He, C, N, and O fluxes measured by SAMPEX.
Space Physics Models at NSSDC Access to NSSDC's archive of space physics models. Provides information and software for more than 60 solar-terrestrial models. The IRI, MSIS, and IGRF models can be run interactively on the Web.
AAS Solar Physics Division Access to current solar images, the Yohkoh archive, Eclipse bulletins, SOHO information, the HRTS UV Solar atlas, and BATSE solar flare catalog and links to SolarNews archives.
MSFC Space Plasma Physics Branch This is the home page of Marshall Space Flight Center's Space Plasma Physics Branch. Our principal objective is to develop an understanding of the physical processes which control the geospace environment, with particular interest in the observation of the low-energy or core plasma that originates in the ionosphere and has been found to supply plasma to the entire magnetosphere.
NSSDC COHOWeb The NSSDC COHOWeb System is an interactive data retrieval and visualization system for accessing NSSDC's Coordinated Heliospheric Observations (COHO) data through the World Wide Web. These data consist of hourly to daily averages for heliospheric key parameters selected from spacecraft ephemerides and science experiment measurements of interplanetary solar wind plasma, magnetic fields, and energetic particles. Data sources include historical and ongoing deep space missions such as Helios 1 and 2, Pioneer 10 and 11, Pioneer Venus Orbiter (Pioneer 12), and Voyager 1 and 2. Ulysses data will also soon become available through COHOWeb.
NSSDC OMNIWeb OMNIWeb is a WWW-based data retrieval and analysis interface to NSSDC's OMNI data which consist of 1-hour-resolution "near-Earth" solar wind magnetic field and plasma data, energetic proton fluxes (1-60 MeV), and geomagnetic and solar activity indices. It allows the user to select a subset from the available OMNI data and produce a listing. It also provides a graphical browsing capability to analyze and preview the data as a XY-Plot. The browsing feature was designed to assist users in following trends in the data and isolate areas of interest.
Satellite Situation Center (SSC) The SSC is a facility operated by NSSDC to fulfill key international responsibilities such as the SpaceWarn bulletins and to assist is in a particular magnetospheric region, allow a choice from a variety of internal and external magnetic field models for field-line tracing options, plot spacecraft trajectories, and perform conversions among geocentric and magnetic coordinate systems.
Ground-based observation sites The pages provide a comprehensive list of ground-based projects and chains. In most instances, for the chains and networks a list of stations is provided with coordinates together with a map and a reference to a homepage. The pages also reference spacecraft trajectory plots showing the ground stations for various campaigns including the IACG Tail campaign and the Magnetopause Skimming campaign.
NOAA Data sets Gopher server for NOAA's National Geophysical Data Center. Includes access to a wide variety of data in the holdings.
NOAA DMSP Program at NGDC Home Page The Defense Meterological Satellite Program (DMSP) is a two satellite constellation of near-polar orbiting, sun-synchronous satellites monitoring meteorological, oceanographic and solar-terrestrial physics environments.
GOES Home Page The Space Environment Monitor (SEM) instrument package on-board all GOES satellites has provided magnetometer, energetic particle, and soft X-ray data continuously since July 1974. Usually two GOES satellites operate simultaneously in the Earth's equatorial plane. This page provides plots and inatructions for ordering data.
NGDC STP Home Page Contains links to pages on geomagnetic field variations, ionospheric data, solar and upper atmospheric data, GOES satellite data, DMSP satellite data, and an on-line glossary of solar-terrestrial terms.
SEL Index Page Contains information about today's space weather, access to on-line data, current solar images, and SEL forescats evaluations.
SEL Home Page for Coordinated Solar Observations The page provides convenient access to the following types of in-
formation: 1. Current Campaign Operations 2. Solar forecasts and reports from NOAA/SEL and the U.S.A.F. 3. Current solar images and other data including links to several other sites 4. Specific plans for various observatories 5. Directory to some solar oriented home pages
6. Summaries of observations of previous campaigns and observing efforts 7. SOONSPOT: the Solar Optical Observing Network Solar Patrol On Tape.
Today's Space Weather Information about what is going on in space currently. This page includes a current picture of the sun in H-alpha, A forcast of solar and geomagnetic activity, X-ray fluxes from the last 72 hours, geosynchronous magnetic field and electron and proton fluxes, and geomagnetic index data.
Real-Time Solar Wind Data from the NASA WIND Satellite These pages provide real-time data displays and lists of solar wind data collected by the NASA WIND spacecraft. The pages are updated in real-time as new data is received at the NOAA Space Environment Center (about 2- 3 hours each day). The data plot pages are created as dynamic WWW documents and, if viewed with a browser that supports dynamic documents, will automatically refresh each minute.
Geomagnetic Data from Tromso Magnetometer data from 6 arctic sites. Archive data in 1 min. resolution, and realtime data from Tromsø. Realtime data in GIF files (1 min. res), or high-resolution data in binary files, format descriptions, and some Windows programs to read data.
Rice ElectroMagnetic Field Models This homepage describes the efforts of modeling the magnetosphere magnetic field and electric field at Rice, including Voigt , Hilmer-Voigt , Toffoletto and Hill [1989,1993], and newest developement. Sample outputs and source codes are also available from this site.
Magnetospheric Specification Model Rice University Department of Space Physics and Astronomy. Includes department info, current research, personnel, and computing resources. Also includes the Magnetospheric Specification Model (MSM) computes fluxes of energetic electrons and ions in real-time based on inputs from ground-based observatories and satellite data. This page describes the model and shows sample output including recent images.
IKI Space Research Institute Home page for IKI the Russian Space Research Institute. Includes links to a solar-terrestrial, solar system, high-energy astrophysics, earth observing, and navigation data sets as well as information on Russian internet links. Access is through a forms-based request program. Available data includs Prognoz 7, 8, and 10.
Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory Home page of Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory. Access to ionosonde data from Sodankyla, magnetometer data from Sodankyla riometer data from Finland, and data bulletin Geomagnetic, Ionospheric and Auroral Data from Finland.
Kiruna Magnetometer Data Magnetic Records from Kiruna, Sweden are now being made available
in real time on the WWW to the scientific community. Archived data are also available.
ALIS - Auroral Large Imaging System This site provides information on ALIS (Auroral Large
Imaging System) which is a net of unmanned ground-
based auroral observation stations. Each station has
a high resolution CCD-camera (1024x1024pixels 16 bit/pixel)
mounted in an Azimuth/Elevation drive. The ALIS system
is intended for upper atmospheric studies, especially
the Aurora and High altitude clouds. It runs on a
campaign basis and quicklook data is accessible via
this WWW server. We plan to provide archives of
quicklook images in the future. Some other related
research projects are also on this site.
Space Physics at SwRI Information about SwRI Including"
(1) Photoelectron, auroral electron, cosmic ray, solar energy
deposition, terrestrial and planetary photochemistry, airglow models.
(2) Atomic and molecular databases. Laboratory program for measuring
photoabsorption cross sections for O2, N2 (80 - 130 nm @ 0.0008 nm
resolution, 200 - 1000 K). (3)
Data sets for
Dynamics Explorer (HAPI, LAPI), CRRES/LOMICS, Interball (Coral,
SCA-1), Tethered Satellite System (ROPE), NASA Rockets (PULSAUR-II, ARIA), Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (PEM),
Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (BATSE), and GOES.
Southwest Data Display and Analysis System which
allows interactive public access to DE, UARS, DMSP, NOAA, and other
Delivery, display and analysis of data from missions including experiments on Dynamics
Explorers 1/2 (DE 1/2), UARS, AMPTE, ARIA, TSS-1 and CRRES ( LOMICS ).
Mullard Space Science Lab Missions MSSL space plasma physics group. Contains access to data from the AMPTE, Giotto, CRRES, Pulsaur, Meteosat 3, and STRV missions. The interface is an excellent one and the range of information on some of these missions is unusually complete. Pages for individual missions include access to plots and data.
University of Leicester Ionospheric Physics University of Leicester-Ionospheric PHysics Group. Projects include SABRE, SuperDARN/CUTLASS, RAPIER, COSCAT, AND EISCAT. Links provided to data servers and other ionospheric services.
Alaskan Photometer Data Home page for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Optics Group. This page provides access to meridian scanning photometer in the form of survey plots. Plots for the GEM campaign is included.
Electric Field Model Models of high-latitude electric potentials derived with a least-error fit of spherical harmonic coefficients. I am offering source code for people to download, via anonymous ftp or via the world wide web. Also, I have created an MPEG "movie" which shows the electric potentials as a function of IMF angle.