
RBSP RBSPICE High Energy Resolution Electron Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE Low Energy Resolution Electron Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE high energy resolution Ion Species Rates (ISRHELT) converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x Energy Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x Energy Ion Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x E non Hydrogen (Helium and Oxygen) Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Helium component is measured in the first 9 (per REM) channels of this data product. The last 11 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in middle 6 channels of this data product. The first 11 channels and last 3 channels have values of a default value.
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x PH Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Proton component is measured in the last 20 channels of this data product. The frst 11 channels and last channel have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 11 channels of this data product. The last 22 channels have values of a default value.
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x PH Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at low energy resolution and high time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Proton component is measured in the last 7 channels of this data product. The frst 3 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 3 channels of this data product. The last 7 channels have values of a default value.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res electron energy intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice low energy res high time res electron energy intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014 Version 2.0 Skeleton Produced October 1, 2015
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe helium intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe helium intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe ion(proton) intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced August 5, 2015
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxph proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice low energy res high time res tofxph proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice high energy res low time res tofxph oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production. The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspa rbspice low energy res high time res tofxph oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res Electron Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE Low Energy Res High Time Res Electron Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res Ion Energy Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE Ion Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE non Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Helium component is measured in the first 9 (per REM) channels of this data product. The last 11 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in middle 6 channels of this data product. The first 11 channels and last 3 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxPH Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Proton component is measured in the last 20 channels of this data product. The frst 11 channels and last channel have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 11 channels of this data product. The last 22 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
RBSPA RBSPICE Low Energy Res High Time Res TOFxPH Proton Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Proton component is measured in the last 7 channels of this data product. The frst 3 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 3 channels of this data product. The last 7 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
Density and other parameters inferred by digitizing the trace on the spectrograms.
Electron density inferred from spectrogram.
"fuh" or "fpe"
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Waveform (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Units: V/m. Sample Rate: 1 Msample/sec. Sample Size: 4096 samples. Cadence: variable.
L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
These are the center of the frequency bands for the power spectra
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) continuous burst waveforms208896 samples @ 35 kS/sec...Calibration Notes:.Warning: All L2 Waveform products are calibrated in amplitude at 1kHz only. There is no phase calibration applied at this stage...Before using these waveforms to process wave parameters, please follow the calibration process described below or the results will be wrong...Level2 (L2) Waveform data is amplitudecalibrated at 1 kHz. But there are amplitude deviations at other frequencies, and there are phase shifts which are not reflected in the L2 data at all. The phase shift is a frequencydependent shift in the phase of the observed wave relative to the input wave, tantamount to a time delay at that frequency. . .The L2 data can be adjusted over frequency by applying dimensionless complex factors over frequency immediately after Fourier transforming the L2 data. The Variables BCalibrationCoef and ECalibration Coef in the cdf consists of a table for the B sensors and a table for the E sensors. Each table has 5600 X 2 entries. The first column is the real component and the second is the imaginary component of the calibration, extending from 2.13623 to 11962.89 Hz, in steps of 2.13623 Hz (Variable: CalFrequencies contains the associated frequencies of the calibration coeficients). Above the highest frequency the WFR filters roll off; no calibration measurements exist, but one could apply the last value to any frequencies above that.. .The table is constructed assuming 16384 data points are to be FFT'ed. If fewer than that are to be transformed, then the table can be decimated to accommodate a shorter data set. The procedure is; FFT the L2 data at the desired resolution and then perform a complex multiplication of the FFT'ed dataset and the E or B adjustment table.. .If comparing results of the frequencyadjusted L2 data with the onboard survey spectra, note that the L2 data has units of volts/meter and nanoTesla for E and B respectively, whereas the onboard survey spectra have units of RMS volts/meter and RMS nanoTesla..
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) waveforms16384 samples @ 35 kS/sec...Calibration Notes:.Warning: All L2 Waveform products are calibrated in amplitude at 1kHz only. There is no phase calibration applied at this stage...Before using these waveforms to process wave parameters, please follow the calibration process described below or the results will be wrong...Level2 (L2) Waveform data is amplitudecalibrated at 1 kHz. But there are amplitude deviations at other frequencies, and there are phase shifts which are not reflected in the L2 data at all. The phase shift is a frequencydependent shift in the phase of the observed wave relative to the input wave, tantamount to a time delay at that frequency. . .The L2 data can be adjusted over frequency by applying dimensionless complex factors over frequency immediately after Fourier transforming the L2 data. The Variables BCalibrationCoef and ECalibration Coef in the cdf consists of a table for the B sensors and a table for the E sensors. Each table has 5600 X 2 entries. The first column is the real component and the second is the imaginary component of the calibration, extending from 2.13623 to 11962.89 Hz, in steps of 2.13623 Hz (Variable: CalFrequencies contains the associated frequencies of the calibration coeficients). Above the highest frequency the WFR filters roll off; no calibration measurements exist, but one could apply the last value to any frequencies above that.. .The table is constructed assuming 16384 data points are to be FFT'ed. If fewer than that are to be transformed, then the table can be decimated to accommodate a shorter data set. The procedure is; FFT the L2 data at the desired resolution and then perform a complex multiplication of the FFT'ed dataset and the E or B adjustment table.. .If comparing results of the frequencyadjusted L2 data with the onboard survey spectra, note that the L2 data has units of volts/meter and nanoTesla for E and B respectively, whereas the onboard survey spectra have units of RMS volts/meter and RMS nanoTesla..
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
RBSP RBSPICE High Energy Resolution Electron Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE Low Energy Resolution Electron Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE high energy resolution Ion Species Rates (ISRHELT) converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x Energy Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x Energy Ion Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x E non Hydrogen (Helium and Oxygen) Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Helium component is measured in the first 9 (per REM) channels of this data product. The last 11 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in middle 6 channels of this data product. The first 11 channels and last 3 channels have values of a default value.
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x PH Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Proton component is measured in the last 20 channels of this data product. The frst 11 channels and last channel have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 11 channels of this data product. The last 22 channels have values of a default value.
RBSP RBSPICE TOF x PH Hydrogen Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at low energy resolution and high time resolution. For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012
The Proton component is measured in the last 7 channels of this data product. The frst 3 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 3 channels of this data product. The last 7 channels have values of a default value.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res electron energy intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice low energy res high time res electron energy intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014 Version 2.0 Skeleton Produced October 1, 2015
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe helium intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe helium intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe ion(proton) intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced August 5, 2015
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxe oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxph proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice low energy res high time res tofxph proton intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice high energy res low time res tofxph oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
rbspb rbspice low energy res high time res tofxph oxygen intensities/pressures sorted by pitch angles.
Version 1.0 Skeleton Produced July 29, 2014
Position of the spacecraft at MidET in the SM (Solar Magnetospheric) reference frame using the definition SPICE kernels available at production..The position varies with time and contains the position for the X, Y, and Z axis of the SC in Earth Radii.
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res Electron Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Level 1.3 version produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE Low Energy Res High Time Res Electron Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res Ion Energy Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE Ion Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxE non Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Helium component is measured in the first 9 (per REM) channels of this data product. The last 11 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in middle 6 channels of this data product. The first 11 channels and last 3 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE High Energy Res Low Time Res TOFxPH Proton Intensities with Pitch Angles converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Proton component is measured in the last 20 channels of this data product. The frst 11 channels and last channel have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 11 channels of this data product. The last 22 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
RBSPB RBSPICE Low Energy Res High Time Res TOFxPH Proton Rates converted into units of physical intensity (counts/(s*sr*cm^2*MeV) measured at high energy resolution and low time resolution which includes RBSPICE Pitch angle and Magnetic Field derived values. \n For more information regarding this data and the RBSPICE science goals and mission statement see the RBSPICE team web site at: http:// rbspice.ftecs.com.
Skeleton Produced June 6, 2012 Version 1.3 produced December 20, 2012 L
The Proton component is measured in the last 7 channels of this data product. The frst 3 channels have values of a default value.
The Oxygen component is measured in first 3 channels of this data product. The last 7 channels have values of a default value.
Identical to Alpha
Density and other parameters inferred by digitizing the trace on the spectrograms.
Electron density inferred from spectrogram.
"fuh" or "fpe"
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Spectra (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Frequency range: 10 kHz to 486.97kHz (Band width:480 Hz to 23.231kHz). 82 logarithmically spaced frequency bins. Cadence: 1 spectral matrix per 6 seconds.
Single Axis AC Electric Field Waveform (Selectable between the U, V and W Axis). Units: V/m. Sample Rate: 1 Msample/sec. Sample Size: 4096 samples. Cadence: variable.
L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
3 axis Fluxgate Magnetometer data. Sampled onboard at 64 vectors per second. 3 range states available, Range 0 (+/ 256 nT), Range 1 (+/ 4096 nT), Range 3 (+/ 65536 nT).
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
These are the center of the frequency bands for the power spectra
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) cross spectral matrix, 6 diagonal components and 15 offdiagonal components.Frequency range: 10 kHz to 487kHz..82 Frequency Bins.Cadence: 1 spectra per 6 seconds (survey).
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Search Coil. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the U axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the V axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW)
Autocorrelation of the W axis of the Electric Field. Base science coordinate system (UVW). Warning: the aft boom is shadowed by the fixed booms on the spacecraft, thus producing periodic spikes in the data due to photoelectron modulation.
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Complex number (real + imaginary) .Depend 1 0  Real, 1  Imagninary
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) continuous burst waveforms208896 samples @ 35 kS/sec...Calibration Notes:.Warning: All L2 Waveform products are calibrated in amplitude at 1kHz only. There is no phase calibration applied at this stage...Before using these waveforms to process wave parameters, please follow the calibration process described below or the results will be wrong...Level2 (L2) Waveform data is amplitudecalibrated at 1 kHz. But there are amplitude deviations at other frequencies, and there are phase shifts which are not reflected in the L2 data at all. The phase shift is a frequencydependent shift in the phase of the observed wave relative to the input wave, tantamount to a time delay at that frequency. . .The L2 data can be adjusted over frequency by applying dimensionless complex factors over frequency immediately after Fourier transforming the L2 data. The Variables BCalibrationCoef and ECalibration Coef in the cdf consists of a table for the B sensors and a table for the E sensors. Each table has 5600 X 2 entries. The first column is the real component and the second is the imaginary component of the calibration, extending from 2.13623 to 11962.89 Hz, in steps of 2.13623 Hz (Variable: CalFrequencies contains the associated frequencies of the calibration coeficients). Above the highest frequency the WFR filters roll off; no calibration measurements exist, but one could apply the last value to any frequencies above that.. .The table is constructed assuming 16384 data points are to be FFT'ed. If fewer than that are to be transformed, then the table can be decimated to accommodate a shorter data set. The procedure is; FFT the L2 data at the desired resolution and then perform a complex multiplication of the FFT'ed dataset and the E or B adjustment table.. .If comparing results of the frequencyadjusted L2 data with the onboard survey spectra, note that the L2 data has units of volts/meter and nanoTesla for E and B respectively, whereas the onboard survey spectra have units of RMS volts/meter and RMS nanoTesla..
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Three Axis Electric Field (EU, EV, EW) and Three Axis Magnetic field (BU, BV, BW) waveforms16384 samples @ 35 kS/sec...Calibration Notes:.Warning: All L2 Waveform products are calibrated in amplitude at 1kHz only. There is no phase calibration applied at this stage...Before using these waveforms to process wave parameters, please follow the calibration process described below or the results will be wrong...Level2 (L2) Waveform data is amplitudecalibrated at 1 kHz. But there are amplitude deviations at other frequencies, and there are phase shifts which are not reflected in the L2 data at all. The phase shift is a frequencydependent shift in the phase of the observed wave relative to the input wave, tantamount to a time delay at that frequency. . .The L2 data can be adjusted over frequency by applying dimensionless complex factors over frequency immediately after Fourier transforming the L2 data. The Variables BCalibrationCoef and ECalibration Coef in the cdf consists of a table for the B sensors and a table for the E sensors. Each table has 5600 X 2 entries. The first column is the real component and the second is the imaginary component of the calibration, extending from 2.13623 to 11962.89 Hz, in steps of 2.13623 Hz (Variable: CalFrequencies contains the associated frequencies of the calibration coeficients). Above the highest frequency the WFR filters roll off; no calibration measurements exist, but one could apply the last value to any frequencies above that.. .The table is constructed assuming 16384 data points are to be FFT'ed. If fewer than that are to be transformed, then the table can be decimated to accommodate a shorter data set. The procedure is; FFT the L2 data at the desired resolution and then perform a complex multiplication of the FFT'ed dataset and the E or B adjustment table.. .If comparing results of the frequencyadjusted L2 data with the onboard survey spectra, note that the L2 data has units of volts/meter and nanoTesla for E and B respectively, whereas the onboard survey spectra have units of RMS volts/meter and RMS nanoTesla..
Attenuator select indicator for W axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for U and V axis. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
Attenuator select indicator for MSC. 0  Off, 1  On. Switches in a 19 dB attenuator. L2 and greater data has the attenuator gains folded into data to provide correct science units.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. High Resolution DC Electric Field in UVW Coordinates.
v01: initial version.
DC electric field in the UVW coordinate system at 16 or 32 samples/sec
DC electric field in the UVW coordinate system at 16 or 32 samples/sec, without spinningframe offset removal
Angular momentum/spin axis direction of spacecraft spin, namely, the sunward pointing direction of spacecraft spin axis.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spacraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
v01: initial version.
Spinfit electric field esimate in the MGSE coordinate system and GSE frame (VxB subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Spinfit electric field esimate in the MGSE coordinate system and GSE frame (VxB subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Electric field due to VxB, where V is spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Corotation electric field
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Pointing direction (GSE) defining the spacecraft angular velocity (spinaxis w component)
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_DUNNO (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Magnetic local time
magnetic latitude
lshell from simple dipole model
Lstar
Spacecraft position in GSE coordinates
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
orbit number
Angle b/t the Ey(Ez) MGSE spinplane directions and the background magnetic field. Used to test when the E*B=0 assumption is appropriate
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse flags, extreme charging
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spacraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
v01: initial version.
electric field in the MGSE coordinate system
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual. If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2). If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_DUNNO (typ. 1). A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual. The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
orbit number
Magnetic local time from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
Magnetic latitude from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
Simple dipole Lshell from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
GSE position in km from SPICE
GSE velocity in km/s from SPICE
Pointing direction (GSE) defining the spacecraft angular velocity (spinaxis w component)
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse, extreme charging flags
Up to two sources are returned. The possible sources are: E12DC, E34DC,E56DC, E12AC,E34AC,E56AC, SCMU,SCMV,SCMW (V1DC+V2DC+V3DC+V4DC)/4
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_UNK (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Six spectral products are returned. The possible sources are: E12dc,E34dc,E56dc E12ac,E34ac,E56ac Edcpar,Edcprp Eacpar,Eacprp V1ac,V2ac,V3ac,V4ac,V5ac,V6ac SCMU,SCMV,SCMW SCMpar,SCMprp, (V1dc+V2dc+V3dc+V4dc)/4, Edcprp2, Eacprp2, SCMprp2
See THEMIS website for caveats
64 bin spectrogram for E12DC
64 bin spectrogram for E12AC
64 bin spectrogram for E34DC
64 bin spectrogram for E34AC
64 bin spectrogram for E56DC
64 bin spectrogram for E56AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
64 bin spectrogram for V1AC
64 bin spectrogram for V2AC
64 bin spectrogram for V3AC
64 bin spectrogram for V4AC
64 bin spectrogram for V5AC
64 bin spectrogram for V6AC
64 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
64 bin spectrogram for SCMu
64 bin spectrogram for SCMv
64 bin spectrogram for SCMw
64 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
64 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
64 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
36 bin spectrogram for E12DC
36 bin spectrogram for E12AC
36 bin spectrogram for E34DC
36 bin spectrogram for E34AC
36 bin spectrogram for E56DC
36 bin spectrogram for E56AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
36 bin spectrogram for V1AC
36 bin spectrogram for V2AC
36 bin spectrogram for V3AC
36 bin spectrogram for V4AC
36 bin spectrogram for V5AC
36 bin spectrogram for V6AC
36 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
36 bin spectrogram for SCMu
36 bin spectrogram for SCMv
36 bin spectrogram for SCMw
36 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
36 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
36 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
112 bin spectrogram for E12DC
112 bin spectrogram for E12AC
112 bin spectrogram for E34DC
112 bin spectrogram for E34AC
112 bin spectrogram for E56DC
112 bin spectrogram for E56AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
112 bin spectrogram for V1AC
112 bin spectrogram for V2AC
112 bin spectrogram for V3AC
112 bin spectrogram for V4AC
112 bin spectrogram for V5AC
112 bin spectrogram for V6AC
112 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
112 bin spectrogram for SCMu
112 bin spectrogram for SCMv
112 bin spectrogram for SCMw
112 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
112 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
112 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_UNK (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spacraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted)
Singleended antenna potentials
Average of opposing antenna potentials. Units of volts
orbit number
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
Spacecraft position in GSE coordinates
Magnetic local time
magnetic latitude
lshell from simple dipole model
Pointing direction (GSE) defining the spacecraft angular velocity (spinaxis w component)
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_DUNNO (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse, extreme charging flags
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spaceraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
Corotation efield equals to Omega x R x B in the MGSE coordinate system, where B is measured magnetic field, Omega is the Earth's spin axis angular frequency vector, and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted, corotation Efield subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Corotation Efield calculated from Omega x R x B in MGSE coord. Omega is the Earth's spin axis vector and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Spin axis component derived from E*B=0.
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted, corotation Efield subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Corotation Efield calculated from Omega x R x B in MGSE coord. Omega is the Earth's spin axis vector and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Average of opposing antenna potentials (V1+V2)/2.
Density estimation from sc potential, determined from the form density = A1*exp(b*x)+A2*exp(c*x), where x=(V1 + V2)/2, where the constants are found by comparison to upper hybrid line from EMFISIS. The fit is updated approximately monthly. For a more accurate density (or verification) for a specific time period contact the EFW team. Values below 10cm3 and above 3000 cm3 are untrustworthy and are removed
Electric field equals to Vsc x B in the MGSE coordinate system, where Vsc is spacecraft velocity and B is the measured magnetic field
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
Spacecraft position in km in the GSE coordinate system
Angle b/t the Ey(Ez) MGSE spinplane directions and the background magnetic field. Used to test when the E*B=0 assumption is appropriate. The RBSP spinaxis pointing direction determined from SPICE
Spacecraft magnetic local time in hour
Spacecraft magnetic latitude in deg
Spacecraft Lshell from simple dipole model
Unit vector of spin axis (w) in the GSE coordinate system, also the pointing direction defining the spacecraft angular velocity
Global Flag
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_flags_all is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_flags_all. If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_NR (typ. 2). If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time of data production, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_DUNNO (typ. 1). A quality value of EFW_FLAGS_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_flags_all. The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_FLAGS_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
charging, bias, eclipse flags, extreme charging
Burst 1 data availability flag
Burst 2 data availability flag
No TEXT global attribute value.
The RPS instrument is a solid state detector telescope combined with a Cherenkov radiator. It measures protons with energies from about 60 MeV to about 2 GeV. For more information, see .http://rbsp.aerospace.org/. For a complete description of the instrument, see Mazur et al., 2012, The Relativistic Proton Spectrometer (RPS) for the Van Allen Probes Mission (formerly known as Radiation Belt Storm Probes, RBSP), Space Science Reviews. DOI 10.1007/s1121401299269, http://www.springerlink.com/content/p84680786570g7qp/. The instrument PI, Dr. Joe Mazur, can be reached at Joseph.E.Mazur@aero.org.
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FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE1 on RPSA did not function correctly.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE1 on RPSA did not function correctly.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE2 did not function correctly on either probe.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE2 did not function correctly on either probe.
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The RPS instrument is a solid state detector telescope combined with a Cherenkov radiator. It measures protons with energies from about 60 MeV to about 2 GeV. For more information, see .http://rbsp.aerospace.org/. For a complete description of the instrument, see Mazur et al., 2012, The Relativistic Proton Spectrometer (RPS) for the Van Allen Probes Mission (formerly known as Radiation Belt Storm Probes, RBSP), Space Science Reviews. DOI 10.1007/s1121401299269, http://www.springerlink.com/content/p84680786570g7qp/. The instrument PI, Dr. Joe Mazur, can be reached at Joseph.E.Mazur@aero.org.
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FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
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MagEIS consists of 4 energetic particle sensors per RBSP spacecraft: low unit, medium35 unit, medium75 unit and the high unit. The low and 2 medium units are magnetic spectrometers that measure electrons across roughly the 20 keV  1 MeV energy range. The high unit contains a magnetic spectrometer that measures electrons from roughly the 700 keV to 4 MeV range. The high unit also has a proton telescope that measures protons from roughly 50 keV to 20 MeV, Helium ions from roughly 300 keV  1.5 MeV and Oxygen ions from roughly 15 MeV. MagEIS is one of three instrument packages on the ECT instrument suite (HOPE and REPT are the others).
SpinAveraged Differential Electron Flux (FESA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 25 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FESA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FESA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the uncorrected electron flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the uncorrected electron flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
SpinAveraged Differential Electron Flux (FESA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 25 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FESA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FESA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the background corrected electron flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the background corrected electron flux.
SpinAveraged Differential Proton Flux (FPSA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 31 magEIS energy channels. If less than 31 channels are used the remaining channel dimensions are set to fill values. The energy channel centroids are specified in FPSA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FPSA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the proton flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the proton flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
Unidirectional Differential Proton Flux (FPDU). Dimension 1 is for the 31 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FPDU_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FPDU_Energy_Widths.If less than 31 channels are used the remaining channel dimensions are set to fill values. Dimension 2 is for the 64 sector angles. Here, the dimension size of 64 is the maximum number of possible sectors. If less than 64 are being used, the data are set to fill values of 1.0E31. The sector angle values for valid (nonfill) sectors are given in FPDU_Sector_Angle.
Estimate of the percent error in the proton flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the proton flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
32bit flag position. Quality flag is a long int. This is the bitposition that is set (from right to left).....0,Background correction was not done (main channels).1,The test pulser was on at the current time..2,The detector biases were disabled at the current time..3,An engineering lookuptable was used for the main and/or derived channel data at the current time. NOTE THAT THE CHANNEL MAPPING IS INVALID HERE..4,The front detectors were selected at the current time (high unit electron only)..5,The data was set to fill as instructed by the calibration file..6,There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data found. The bias status, pulser status, etc... is not known..7,There are no main channels defined at the current time.8,There are no derived channels defined at the current time.9,A validity check failed in the flux conversion. This usually indicates that an engineering lookuptable was selected at the current time..10,A calibration file could not be found for the current lookuptable ID. NOTE THAT THE CHANNEL MAPPING IS INVALID HERE..11,Data was not found at the current time for at least one of LOW, MED, HIGH (defined for combined L2 product only).12,These channels are not defined for this pixel (HIGH proton only).13,The coincidence was disabled at the current time (high unit electron only)..14,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): Unknown reason.15,dQ/Q greaterthan 0.5; Warning. Counts are low and/or error estimate is large.16,Livetime correction not applied (histogram): Unknown reason.17,Background correction was not done (derived channels).18,The number of sectors changed (nsectors)..19,The accumulation interval changed (nspins)..20,The LUT changed..21,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): The livetime value failed the valid bounds check. This indicates an issue and the data is set to fill..22,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): pixeltochannel mapping is invalid.23,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): nsectors_main not equal to nsectors_LT.24,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): next METs not equal.25,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): matching METs not found.26,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): could not determine if front or rear detectors were selected (HIGH electron data only).27,Livetime correction applied, with warning (main rate): min LT in this spin is less than 60%.28,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): no LT data.29,dQ/Q greaterthan 1.0; Warning. Counts are very low and/or error estimate is very large.30,Unit is in sample mode at the given time (i.e. background corrections cannot be done)..31,UNUSED
Flag to indicate whether or not the electron coincidence is enabled (0=disabled; 1=enabled). This variable is only defined for the HIGH unit (~8504000 keV), as this is the only MagEIS unit with coincidence. In the disabled coincidence state, the electron fluxes should only be used qualitatively, and with caution.
Flag to indicate mode of the MagEIS instruments (0=maintenance; 1=science; 2=high rate). Only the LOW and MED units (~201000 keV) can go into high rate mode. The HIGH unit (~8504000 keV), can only be in maintenance or science mode. The most common reason why background corrections cannot be done (e.g. FESA_CORR, FEDU_CORR are fill) is when the LOW and/or MED units are in highrate mode.
Flag to indicate whether or not the electron detectors are in the normalbias or lowbias state (0=low bias; 1=normal bias). In the lowbias state, the electron fluxes should only be used qualitatively, and with caution.
Ratio of the background estimate divided by the main rate rate, for the spinaveraged data. This gives an estimate of the level of background contamination in the main rate data (large % = high background) and/or how close the main rate data is to the background level (large % = low counts).
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
RBSP Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope, Level 2 science data
CDF skeleton version of rbsp_rept_science_l2_data.template.cdf written by R. Reukauf
0 = valid data; 1 = timing err; 2 = bias_st off; 3 = timing err and bias_st off
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Van Allen Probes, RBSPECT/REPT (Radiation Belt Storm Probes Energetic particle, Composition and Thermal plasma suite/Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope, Level 3 Pitch Angle Sorted Data.
Dimension 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimension 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 12 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 12 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by B. Larsen.20140304
Temperature for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Temperature for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Tperp on Tpar for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp on Tpar for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp over Tpar for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp over Tpar for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial ion density as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for he/p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for He/O as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for o/p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for p
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for he
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for o
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for e
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for p
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for he
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for o
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for e
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for p
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for he
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for o
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for e
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Pitch angle binned data from the HOPE plasma spectrometer. Note that there are no correections performed on the data (e.g. background subtraction, velocity corrections, etc.)
CDF skeleton version of 20120705. Written by R. Friedel. 20120706 version written by R. Skoug. 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof. 20130808 revisions by J. T. Niehof/BA Larsen. 20130927 revision (remove permode variables)by J. T. Niehof.
Electron flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Flags to indicate potential issues with electron data. Each element of this array contains the flag status for a particular concern. A flag value of zero indicates no unusual concerns of that type for that time sample. Increasing flag values indicate increasing concern. See FLAGS variable for a description of each element.
Flags to indicate potential issues with electron data. Each element of this array contains the flag status for a particular concern. A flag value of zero indicates no unusual concerns of that type for that time sample. Increasing flag values indicate increasing concern. See FLAGS variable for a description of each element.
Indicates instrument mode for electron data. Each mode has a different set of energy channels. See corresponding HOPE_ENERGY_Ion record. (0) Apogee mode: normal operation. (1) Perigee mode: minimum energy channel raised during pass through perigee. (2) burst mode: subset of energies sampled at rapid cadence.
Indicates instrument mode for ion data. Each mode has a different set of energy channels. See corresponding HOPE_ENERGY_Ion record. (0) Apogee mode: normal operation. (1) Perigee mode: minimum energy channel raised during pass through perigee.
Electron counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Electron counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Proton counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Proton counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Helium counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Helium counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Oxygen counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Oxygen counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by R. Friedel..20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof 20120706 version, written by R. Skoug 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Proton flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 381684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by R. Friedel..20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof 20120706 version, written by R. Skoug 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
Van Allen Probes, RBSPECT/MagEIS (Radiation Belt Storm Probes Energetic particle, Composition and Thermal plasma suite/Magnetic Electron Ion Spectrometer, Level 3 Pitch Angle Sorted Data.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 0 holds 7805 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 11 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 25 energy bins.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 0 holds 8011 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 11 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 25 energy bins. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux*100%, where Flux is the corrected flux.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 0 holds 7918 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Alpha values for LstarVsAlpha variable.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. High Resolution DC Electric Field in UVW Coordinates.
v01: initial version.
DC electric field in the UVW coordinate system at 16 or 32 samples/sec
DC electric field in the UVW coordinate system at 16 or 32 samples/sec, without spinningframe offset removal
Angular momentum/spin axis direction of spacecraft spin, namely, the sunward pointing direction of spacecraft spin axis.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spaceraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
Spinfit electric field esimate in the MGSE coordinate system and GSE frame (VxB subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Spinfit electric field esimate in the MGSE coordinate system and GSE frame (VxB subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Electric field due to VxB, where V is spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Corotation electric field
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Unit vector of spin axis (w) in the GSE coordinate system, also the pointing direction defining the spacecraft angular velocity
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_DUNNO (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Spacecraft magnetic local time in hour
Spacecraft magnetic latitude in deg
Spacecraft Lshell from simple dipole model
Lstar
Spacecraft position in km in the GSE coordinate system
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
orbit number
Angle b/t the Ey(Ez) MGSE spinplane directions and the background magnetic field. Used to test when the E*B=0 assumption is appropriate
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse flags, extreme charging
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spaceraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
Electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted) at 16 or 32 samples/sec.
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_flags_all is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_flags_all. If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_NR (typ. 2). If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time of data production, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_DUNNO (typ. 1). A quality value of EFW_FLAGS_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_flags_all. The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_FLAGS_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
orbit number
Magnetic local time from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
Magnetic latitude from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
Simple dipole Lshell from ECT's predicted Ephemeris
GSE position in km from SPICE
GSE velocity in km/s from SPICE
Pointing direction (GSE) defining the spacecraft angular velocity (spinaxis w component)
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse, extreme charging flags
Up to two sources are returned. The possible sources are: E12DC, E34DC,E56DC, E12AC,E34AC,E56AC, SCMU,SCMV,SCMW (V1DC+V2DC+V3DC+V4DC)/4
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_UNK (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Six spectral products are returned. The possible sources are: E12dc,E34dc,E56dc E12ac,E34ac,E56ac Edcpar,Edcprp Eacpar,Eacprp V1ac,V2ac,V3ac,V4ac,V5ac,V6ac SCMU,SCMV,SCMW SCMpar,SCMprp, (V1dc+V2dc+V3dc+V4dc)/4, Edcprp2, Eacprp2, SCMprp2
See THEMIS website for caveats
64 bin spectrogram for E12DC
64 bin spectrogram for E12AC
64 bin spectrogram for E34DC
64 bin spectrogram for E34AC
64 bin spectrogram for E56DC
64 bin spectrogram for E56AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
64 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
64 bin spectrogram for V1AC
64 bin spectrogram for V2AC
64 bin spectrogram for V3AC
64 bin spectrogram for V4AC
64 bin spectrogram for V5AC
64 bin spectrogram for V6AC
64 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
64 bin spectrogram for SCMu
64 bin spectrogram for SCMv
64 bin spectrogram for SCMw
64 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
64 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
64 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
36 bin spectrogram for E12DC
36 bin spectrogram for E12AC
36 bin spectrogram for E34DC
36 bin spectrogram for E34AC
36 bin spectrogram for E56DC
36 bin spectrogram for E56AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
36 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
36 bin spectrogram for V1AC
36 bin spectrogram for V2AC
36 bin spectrogram for V3AC
36 bin spectrogram for V4AC
36 bin spectrogram for V5AC
36 bin spectrogram for V6AC
36 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
36 bin spectrogram for SCMu
36 bin spectrogram for SCMv
36 bin spectrogram for SCMw
36 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
36 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
36 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
112 bin spectrogram for E12DC
112 bin spectrogram for E12AC
112 bin spectrogram for E34DC
112 bin spectrogram for E34AC
112 bin spectrogram for E56DC
112 bin spectrogram for E56AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eparallel DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eparallel AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp1 AC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 DC
112 bin spectrogram for Eperp2 AC
112 bin spectrogram for V1AC
112 bin spectrogram for V2AC
112 bin spectrogram for V3AC
112 bin spectrogram for V4AC
112 bin spectrogram for V5AC
112 bin spectrogram for V6AC
112 bin spectrogram for (v1+v2+v3+v4)/4
112 bin spectrogram for SCMu
112 bin spectrogram for SCMv
112 bin spectrogram for SCMw
112 bin spectrogram for SCMpar
112 bin spectrogram for SCMperp1
112 bin spectrogram for SCMperp2
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_UNK (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spaceraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted)
Singleended antenna potentials
Average of opposing antenna potentials. Units of volts
orbit number
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
Spacecraft position in GSE coordinates
Magnetic local time
magnetic latitude
lshell from simple dipole model
Pointing direction (GSE) defining the spacecraft angular velocity (spinaxis w component)
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_qual is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. ..See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_qual...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_NR (typ. 2)...If the value of a particular element of efw_qual is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time lf L2 data production, it shall receive the value EFW_QUAL_DUNNO (typ. 1)...A quality value of EFW_QUAL_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_qual...The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_QUAL_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
Diagnostic quantity 1 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic quantity 2 from the E*B=0 calculation. Spinfit electric field calculation in the MGSE coordinate system. The Vsc x B field is subtracted off, where Vsc is the spacecraft velocity and B is the measured ambient magnetic field.
Diagnostic variable with By/Bx and Bz/Bx for the E*B=0 calculation
charging, bias, eclipse, extreme charging flags
CDAWeb interface derived data on Fri Jun 14 15:33:16 EDT 2013. Contacts: Tami.J.Kovalick@nasa.gov, Rita.C.Johnson@nasa.gov. Spinfit DC electric field estimates in the MGSE coordinate system  see the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a description of the spin fit algorithm and the MGSE coordinate system. One 2D vector estimate of the Efield is computed at a cadence of once per spin period (typ. 10.7 to 11.1 s) using the survey Efield data product  the potential difference between EFW sensors V1 and V2 (E12) or V3 and V4 (E34) sampled at a nominal rate of 32 samp/s with a resolution of 16 bits. The Xcomponent of the Efield estimate, corresponding to the axial component in the spacecraft coordinate system, is set to zero in this data product. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a discussion of this convention for this data product. The VxB electric field in the spacecraft frame due to orbital motion of the spacecraft around the Earth as computed from the spacecraft orbital velocity and measured Bfield in the spaceraft frame has been subtracted from the measured electric field, and so the data product is in the quasiinertial frame equivalent to GSE (i.e. it is NOT in the corotation frame of the Earth!). Each spin fit is timetagged with the time corresponding to the middle of the spin of data that went into the spin fit algorithm; in other words, if a given spin covers the interval [t1, t2), then the spin fit Efield estimate associated with that spin is given the time tag 0.5*(t1 + t2). The root mean square residual between the data included in the fit and the resulting bestfit model, sigma, and the final number of points included in the spin fit, npts, are also provided at spinperiod cadence. The nominal dynamic range of the Efield estimate is +/ 1 V/m in any component.
Corotation efield equals to Omega x R x B in the MGSE coordinate system, where B is measured magnetic field, Omega is the Earth's spin axis angular frequency vector, and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product.
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted, corotation Efield subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Corotation Efield calculated from Omega x R x B in MGSE coord. Omega is the Earth's spin axis vector and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Spin axis component derived from E*B=0.
Spinfit electric field in the MGSE coordinate system (Vsc x B subtracted, corotation Efield subtracted) derived from the EFW e12 (V1V2) data product. Corotation Efield calculated from Omega x R x B in MGSE coord. Omega is the Earth's spin axis vector and R is the vector from the Earth's center to the satellite
Average of opposing antenna potentials (V1+V2)/2.
Density estimation from sc potential, determined from the form density = A1*exp(b*x)+A2*exp(c*x), where x=(V1 + V2)/2, where the constants are found by comparison to upper hybrid line from EMFISIS. The fit is updated approximately monthly. For a more accurate density (or verification) for a specific time period contact the EFW team. Values below 10cm3 and above 3000 cm3 are untrustworthy and are removed
Electric field equals to Vsc x B in the MGSE coordinate system, where Vsc is spacecraft velocity and B is the measured magnetic field
Spacecraft velocity in km/s in the GSE coordinate system
Spacecraft position in km in the GSE coordinate system
Angle b/t the Ey(Ez) MGSE spinplane directions and the background magnetic field. Used to test when the E*B=0 assumption is appropriate. The RBSP spinaxis pointing direction determined from SPICE
Spacecraft magnetic local time in hour
Spacecraft magnetic latitude in deg
Spacecraft Lshell from simple dipole model
Unit vector of spin axis (w) in the GSE coordinate system, also the pointing direction defining the spacecraft angular velocity
Global Flag
The quality of EFW data products can be affected by a variety of observatory and instrumentlevel conditions. efw_flags_all is a collection of flags that show the estimate of each of these contributors over time. See the EFWFAQ (http://rbsp.space.umn.edu/efw_faq.html) for a detailed description of the determination and meaning of each of the elements of efw_flags_all. If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is not relevant to the quality of a particular data product, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_NR (typ. 2). If the value of a particular element of efw_flags_all is relevant to the quality of a particular data product but is not known at the time of data production, it shall receive the value EFW_FLAGS_DUNNO (typ. 1). A quality value of EFW_FLAGS_GOOD (typ. 0) indicates that there are no known issues with the data product due to that particular element of efw_flags_all. The quality values are meant to be conservative, and values other than EFW_FLAGS_GOOD should lead the user back to a member of the EFW instrument team for discussion and advice on the nature of the data quality as needed.
Bias current (nA) applied to the antenna probes
charging, bias, eclipse flags, extreme charging
Burst 1 data availability flag
Burst 2 data availability flag
No TEXT global attribute value.
The RPS instrument is a solid state detector telescope combined with a Cherenkov radiator. It measures protons with energies from about 60 MeV to about 2 GeV. For more information, see .http://rbsp.aerospace.org/. For a complete description of the instrument, see Mazur et al., 2012, The Relativistic Proton Spectrometer (RPS) for the Van Allen Probes Mission (formerly known as Radiation Belt Storm Probes, RBSP), Space Science Reviews. DOI 10.1007/s1121401299269, http://www.springerlink.com/content/p84680786570g7qp/. The instrument PI, Dr. Joe Mazur, can be reached at Joseph.E.Mazur@aero.org.
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FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
FPDI = Flux Protons Differential Isotropic
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE1 on RPSA did not function correctly.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE1 on RPSA did not function correctly.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE2 did not function correctly on either probe.
Shielding is about 540 mils Al, DOSE2 did not function correctly on either probe.
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The RPS instrument is a solid state detector telescope combined with a Cherenkov radiator. It measures protons with energies from about 60 MeV to about 2 GeV. For more information, see .http://rbsp.aerospace.org/. For a complete description of the instrument, see Mazur et al., 2012, The Relativistic Proton Spectrometer (RPS) for the Van Allen Probes Mission (formerly known as Radiation Belt Storm Probes, RBSP), Space Science Reviews. DOI 10.1007/s1121401299269, http://www.springerlink.com/content/p84680786570g7qp/. The instrument PI, Dr. Joe Mazur, can be reached at Joseph.E.Mazur@aero.org.
TBD
Unit vector
FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
FPDU = Flux Protons Differential Unidirectional
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MagEIS consists of 4 energetic particle sensors per RBSP spacecraft: low unit, medium35 unit, medium75 unit and the high unit. The low and 2 medium units are magnetic spectrometers that measure electrons across roughly the 20 keV  1 MeV energy range. The high unit contains a magnetic spectrometer that measures electrons from roughly the 700 keV to 4 MeV range. The high unit also has a proton telescope that measures protons from roughly 50 keV to 20 MeV, Helium ions from roughly 300 keV  1.5 MeV and Oxygen ions from roughly 15 MeV. MagEIS is one of three instrument packages on the ECT instrument suite (HOPE and REPT are the others).
SpinAveraged Differential Electron Flux (FESA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 25 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FESA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FESA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the uncorrected electron flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the uncorrected electron flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
SpinAveraged Differential Electron Flux (FESA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 25 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FESA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FESA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the background corrected electron flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the background corrected electron flux.
SpinAveraged Differential Proton Flux (FPSA). These data are obtained by averaging the sectored fluxes over the data accumulation time (a spinset, nominally equal to 1 spin). Thus, it is not an omnidirectional flux, but rather a spinsetaveraged flux. Dimension 1 is for the 31 magEIS energy channels. If less than 31 channels are used the remaining channel dimensions are set to fill values. The energy channel centroids are specified in FPSA_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FPSA_Energy_Widths.
Estimate of the percent error in the proton flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the proton flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
Unidirectional Differential Proton Flux (FPDU). Dimension 1 is for the 31 magEIS energy channels. The energy channel centroids are specified in FPDU_Energy. The channel widths are specified in FPDU_Energy_Widths.If less than 31 channels are used the remaining channel dimensions are set to fill values. Dimension 2 is for the 64 sector angles. Here, the dimension size of 64 is the maximum number of possible sectors. If less than 64 are being used, the data are set to fill values of 1.0E31. The sector angle values for valid (nonfill) sectors are given in FPDU_Sector_Angle.
Estimate of the percent error in the proton flux. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux, where Flux is the proton flux.
Red/Yellow/Green Flag. 2=Red (use data with extreme caution), 1=Yellow (use data with caution), 0=Green (no known data issues). RED 1. F lessthan dF. Data is set to 0. 2. dF / F greaterthan 1.0 (i.e. F lessthan 1.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector bias is disabled (i.e. in the lowbias state). 4. Livetime lessthan 60%. YELLOW 1. Background correction was not performed. 2. dF / F greaterthan 0.5 (i.e. F lessthan 2.0 * dF). Low counts, large error, or both. 3. Detector coincidence is disabled (HIGHe only). 4. Livetime correction was not done (main rates and histograms). 5. There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data available (i.e. the test pulser status is unknown, the detector bias status unknown, etc..). GREEN No 'bad' flags set. Data is valid to the best of our knowledge.
32bit flag position. Quality flag is a long int. This is the bitposition that is set (from right to left).....0,Background correction was not done (main channels).1,The test pulser was on at the current time..2,The detector biases were disabled at the current time..3,An engineering lookuptable was used for the main and/or derived channel data at the current time. NOTE THAT THE CHANNEL MAPPING IS INVALID HERE..4,The front detectors were selected at the current time (high unit electron only)..5,The data was set to fill as instructed by the calibration file..6,There was no housekeeping and/or digital status data found. The bias status, pulser status, etc... is not known..7,There are no main channels defined at the current time.8,There are no derived channels defined at the current time.9,A validity check failed in the flux conversion. This usually indicates that an engineering lookuptable was selected at the current time..10,A calibration file could not be found for the current lookuptable ID. NOTE THAT THE CHANNEL MAPPING IS INVALID HERE..11,Data was not found at the current time for at least one of LOW, MED, HIGH (defined for combined L2 product only).12,These channels are not defined for this pixel (HIGH proton only).13,The coincidence was disabled at the current time (high unit electron only)..14,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): Unknown reason.15,dQ/Q greaterthan 0.5; Warning. Counts are low and/or error estimate is large.16,Livetime correction not applied (histogram): Unknown reason.17,Background correction was not done (derived channels).18,The number of sectors changed (nsectors)..19,The accumulation interval changed (nspins)..20,The LUT changed..21,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): The livetime value failed the valid bounds check. This indicates an issue and the data is set to fill..22,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): pixeltochannel mapping is invalid.23,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): nsectors_main not equal to nsectors_LT.24,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): next METs not equal.25,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): matching METs not found.26,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): could not determine if front or rear detectors were selected (HIGH electron data only).27,Livetime correction applied, with warning (main rate): min LT in this spin is less than 60%.28,Livetime correction not applied (main rate): no LT data.29,dQ/Q greaterthan 1.0; Warning. Counts are very low and/or error estimate is very large.30,Unit is in sample mode at the given time (i.e. background corrections cannot be done)..31,UNUSED
Flag to indicate whether or not the electron coincidence is enabled (0=disabled; 1=enabled). This variable is only defined for the HIGH unit (~8504000 keV), as this is the only MagEIS unit with coincidence. In the disabled coincidence state, the electron fluxes should only be used qualitatively, and with caution.
Flag to indicate mode of the MagEIS instruments (0=maintenance; 1=science; 2=high rate). Only the LOW and MED units (~201000 keV) can go into high rate mode. The HIGH unit (~8504000 keV), can only be in maintenance or science mode. The most common reason why background corrections cannot be done (e.g. FESA_CORR, FEDU_CORR are fill) is when the LOW and/or MED units are in highrate mode.
Flag to indicate whether or not the electron detectors are in the normalbias or lowbias state (0=low bias; 1=normal bias). In the lowbias state, the electron fluxes should only be used qualitatively, and with caution.
Ratio of the background estimate divided by the main rate rate, for the spinaveraged data. This gives an estimate of the level of background contamination in the main rate data (large % = high background) and/or how close the main rate data is to the background level (large % = low counts).
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
RBSP Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope, Level 2 science data
CDF skeleton version of rbsp_rept_science_l2_data.template.cdf written by R. Reukauf
0 = valid data; 1 = timing err; 2 = bias_st off; 3 = timing err and bias_st off
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 12 electron energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 8 proton energy bins. Dimension 2 holds 36 sectors.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Van Allen Probes, RBSPECT/REPT (Radiation Belt Storm Probes Energetic particle, Composition and Thermal plasma suite/Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope, Level 3 Pitch Angle Sorted Data.
Dimension 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimension 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 12 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 12 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins. Dimension 2 holds 8 energy bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins. Dimension 1 holds 17 sector bins.
Dimensions 0 holds 7910 time bins.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by B. Larsen.20140304
Temperature for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Temperature for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Temperature for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Tperp on Tpar for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp on Tpar for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp over Tpar for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Tperp over Tpar for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial ion density as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for he as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for o as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density for e as a function of time for apogee mode only from 200 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for he/p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for He/O as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Partial density ratio for o/p as a function of time for apogee mode only from 30 eV energy up
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for p
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for he
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for o
Flag that is set for suspicious temperature values for e
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for p
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for he
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for o
Flag that is set if the two Tperp values are outside 0.51.5 of each other for e
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for p
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for he
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for o
Flag that is set for suspicious density values for e
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF External field: OP77Q Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Pitch angle binned data from the HOPE plasma spectrometer. Note that there are no correections performed on the data (e.g. background subtraction, velocity corrections, etc.)
CDF skeleton version of 20120705. Written by R. Friedel. 20120706 version written by R. Skoug. 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof. 20130808 revisions by J. T. Niehof/BA Larsen. 20130927 revision (remove permode variables)by J. T. Niehof.
Electron flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Proton flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux integrated (piecewise constant) over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Flags to indicate potential issues with electron data. Each element of this array contains the flag status for a particular concern. A flag value of zero indicates no unusual concerns of that type for that time sample. Increasing flag values indicate increasing concern. See FLAGS variable for a description of each element.
Flags to indicate potential issues with electron data. Each element of this array contains the flag status for a particular concern. A flag value of zero indicates no unusual concerns of that type for that time sample. Increasing flag values indicate increasing concern. See FLAGS variable for a description of each element.
Indicates instrument mode for electron data. Each mode has a different set of energy channels. See corresponding HOPE_ENERGY_Ion record. (0) Apogee mode: normal operation. (1) Perigee mode: minimum energy channel raised during pass through perigee. (2) burst mode: subset of energies sampled at rapid cadence.
Indicates instrument mode for ion data. Each mode has a different set of energy channels. See corresponding HOPE_ENERGY_Ion record. (0) Apogee mode: normal operation. (1) Perigee mode: minimum energy channel raised during pass through perigee.
Electron counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Electron counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Proton counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Proton counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Helium counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Helium counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Oxygen counts summed over pitch angle (11) and gyro angle (20) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Oxygen counts as a function of pitch angle (11) as computed from magnetic field direction crossed with spacecraft spin axis and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution, even though before 9/2013 the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation. Counts are summed over all measurements in a PA/gyro bin.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by R. Friedel..20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof 20120706 version, written by R. Skoug 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Proton flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Helium flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 381684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Oxygen flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
Electron flux as a function of detector pixel (5), spin angle sector (16), and energy (72). Note that data have been expanded to the highest possible resolution (16 spin angles, 72 energies), even though in most cases the transmitted data are collapsed (36 energies, 481684 spin angles) to fit the telemetry allocation.
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CDF skeleton version of 20120705.Written by R. Friedel..20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof.20120706 version, written by R. Skoug.20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof 20120706 version, written by R. Skoug 20130715 revisions by J. T. Niehof
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad. Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to ion measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Interpolated to electron measurement timebase from 1 min. resolution MagEphem file. Calculated with LANLGeomag library. Internal field: IGRF. External field: OP77Q.
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Origin = Earths center of mass. X = Intersection of Greenwich meridian and geographic equator. Z = Geographic North Pole. Y = completes a righthanded Cartesian triad
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
Calculated using ONERADESP library Internal field: DGRF/IGRF External field: Olson & Pfitzer quiet
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
HOPE flux as a function of energy (72), averaged across spin and all detectors. Flux from each detector is weighted by the fraction of the unit sphere it samples in one spin (9.5% 25% 31% 25% 9.5%). Note that a HOPE spin oversamples the spacecraft spin so expect a slight bias depending on the flux in the oversampled spin phase for each spin
Van Allen Probes, RBSPECT/MagEIS (Radiation Belt Storm Probes Energetic particle, Composition and Thermal plasma suite/Magnetic Electron Ion Spectrometer, Level 3 Pitch Angle Sorted Data.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 0 holds 7805 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 11 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 25 energy bins.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FEDU_CORR values < Clamp_Threshold_Electron=0.1 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 0 holds 8011 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 11 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 25 energy bins. The percent error is defined as a relative error: d(Flux)/Flux*100%, where Flux is the corrected flux.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
All FPDU values < Clamp_Threshold_Ion=1.0 are mapped to zero to improve the display range.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 0 holds 7918 time bins. Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Dimension 1 corresponds to 15 pitch angle bins. Dimension 2 holds 31 energy bins.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Alpha values for LstarVsAlpha variable.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
Lshell parameters are dimensionless.
The files contain model radiation belt proton intensity derived from data taken by the Van Allen Probes REPT instruments using the method described by: Selesnick, R. S., Baker, D. N., Kanekal, S. G., Hoxie, V. C., & Li, X. (2018). Modeling the proton radiation belt with Van Allen Probes Relativistic ElectronProton Telescope data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 123. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JA024661 Each file contains average intensity, as a function of kinetic energy, equatorial pitch angle, and Lshell, derived from 1 month of data.
These are uncertainties in the natural logarithm of intensity, not in the intensity
RENU2 COWBOY
RENU2 EPLAS
RENU2 ERPA
RENU2 ERPA
RENU2 magnetometer
RENU2 ionization gauge
RENU2 PMT counts converted to Rayleighs and background subtracted
RENU2 UV PMT
RENU2 COWBOY
No TEXT global attribute value.
1second averaged data ***Important Notes*** on Accuracy of VperpM_MF (meridional),VperpZ_MF (zonal), and VparaMF (parallel) components. Geophysical flow components VperpM_MF, VperpZ_MF, and VparaMF are converted from flow velocities, Vx, Vy, and Vz measured in the S/C coordinate system. Vx points along the S/C trajectory vector, Vz is in the nadir direction, and Vy points to the right of the S/C trajectory vector (in the antiangular momentum direction). 1) Vx, Vy, and Vz are measured flow velocities at S/C coordinate in the Earthcentered Inertia Coordinate System (nonrotating) (ECI coordinate). 2) VperZ_MF, VperM_MF, and VparaMF are geophysical flows in the Earthcentered Fixed Coordinated System (rotate with the Earth) (ECF coordinate). 3) Uncertainty of +(37.875.45) m/s in Vx based on 0.5%  1% error in fitting could be introduced to all geophysical flow components. 4) VperpM_MF at low latitude is almost identical to (Vz). No Vx is included so that it is very reliable. 5) Uncertainties from Vx could exist in VperpZ_MF and VparaMF. 6) VperpZ_MF and VparaMF can be used to study the relative changes in flow velocity due to geophysical effects. But can not be used to study the longterm variations because the result could be biased by the uncertainty in Vx.
Version 1.0 Jan. 28, 2008
Ion drift in S/C LVLH coordinates (in ECI Frame of Reference): x: along the S/C trajectory vector. y: opposite to angular momentum. z: toward the Earth Center.
Ion drift in S/C LVLH coordinates (in ECI Frame of Reference): x: along the S/C trajectory vector. y: opposite to angular momentum. z: toward the Earth Center.
Ion drift in S/C LVLH coordinates (in ECI Frame of Reference): x: along the S/C trajectory vector. y: opposite to angular momentum. z: toward the Earth Center.
Ion drift in Magnetic Field coordinates (in ECF Frame of Reference) (parallel component)
Ion drift in Magnetic Field coordinates (in ECF Frame of Reference) (perpendicular, meridional component, positive outward(upward)).
Ion drift in Magnetic Field coordinates (in ECF Frame of Reference) (perpendicular,zonal component, positive eastward).
Total ion number density in cm^3
Logarithm (Base 10) of total ion number density in cm^3
Ion Temperature (K)
Ion Composition, percentage of O+ ions
Ion Composition, percentage of H+ ions
Ion Composition, percentage of He+ ions
Ion Composition, percentage of NO+ ions
Geographic Latitude
Geographic Longitude
Dip Latitude
Altitude