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Voyager 1 9.6-s Averaged Triaxial Fluxgate Magnetometer (MAG) Interplanetary Magnetic Field in CDF Format
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This data set includes the Voyager spacecraft number (1 or 2), the date-time in decimal year (90.00000 is day 1 of 1990), the magnetic field strength, F1, computed from high-resolution magnitudes, the elevation and azimuth angles in heliographic (RTN) coordinates, and the magnetic field strength, F2, computed from 1-hr averages of the components. The vector components of B can be computed from F2 and the two angles. The elevation angle is the latitude angle above or below the solar equatorial plane, and the azimuth angle is in the direction orbital motion around the Sun from the projection of the Sun-to-spacecraft axis into the solar equatorial plane. The Voyager MAG experiment and coordinates are further described in the following publication: Behannon, K.W., M.H. Acuna, L.F. Burlaga, R.P. Lepping, N.F. Ness, and F.M. Neubauer, Magnetic-Field Experiment for Voyager-1 and Voyager-2, Space Sci. Rev., 21 (3), 235-257, 1977. At the time of experiment proposal, it was expected that the required accuracy of the measurements would be 0.1 nT, determined by the combined noise of the sensors and the spacecraft field. The spacecraft magnetic field at the outboard magnetic field sensor, referred to as the primary unit, was expected to be 0.2 nT and highly variable, consistent with current estimates. Hence, the dual magnetometer design (Ness et al., 1971, 1973; Behannon et al., 1977). At distances > 40 AU, the heliospheric magnetic fields are generally much weaker than 0.4 nT; the average magnetic field strength near 40 AU and 85 AU is about 0.15 nT and 0.05 nT, respectively. The use of roll calibrations lasting about 6 hours permits determination of the effective zero levels for the two independent magnetic axes that are perpendicular to the roll axis, which is nearly parallel to the radius vector to the Sun, at intervals of about 3 months. There is no roll calibration for the third magnetic axis. Comparison of the two derived magnetic vectors from the two magnetometers permits validation of the primary magnetometer data with an accuracy of 0.02 to 0.05 nT. A discussion of the uncertainties that must be considered when using these data is given in the Appendix of Burlaga et al. (1994) and in Appendix A of Burlaga et al. (2002). References: Behannon, K.W., M.H. Acuna, L.F. Burlaga, R.P. Lepping, N.F. Ness, and F.M. Neubauer, Magnetic-Field Experiment for Voyager-1 and Voyager-2, Space Science Reviews, 21 (3), 235-257, 1977. Burlaga, L.F., Merged interaction regions and large-scale magnetic field fluctuations during 1991 - Voyager-2 observations, J. Geophys. Res., 99 (A10), 19341-19350, 1994. Burlaga, L.F., N.F. Ness, Y.-M. Wang, and N.R. Sheeley, Jr., Heliospheric magnetic field strength and polarity from 1 to 81 AU during the ascending phase of solar cycle 23, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (A11), 1410, 2002. Ness, N., K.W. Behannon, R. Lepping, and K.H. Schatten, J. Geophys. Res., 76, 3564, 1971. Ness et al., 1973. Coordinate Systems: Interplanetary magnetic field studies make use of two important coordinate systems, the Heliographic Inertial (HGI) coordinate system and the Heliographic (HG) coordinate system. The HGI coordinate system is used to define the spacecraft's position. The HGI system is defined with its origin at the Sun. There are three orthogonal axes, X(HGI), Y(HGI), and Z(HGI). The Z(HGI) axis points northward along the Sun's spin axis. The X(HGI)-Y(HGI) plane lays in the solar equatorial plane. The intersection of the solar equatorial plane with the ecliptic plane defines a line, the longitude of the ascending node, which is taken to be the X(HGI) axis. The X(HGI) axis drifts slowly with time, approximately one degree per 72 years. The magnetic field orientation is defined in relation to the spacecraft. Drawing a line from the Sun's center (HGI origin) to the spacecraft defines the X axis of the HG coordinate system. The HG coordinate system is defined with its origin centered at the spacecraft. Three orthogonal axes are defined, X(HG), Y(HG), and Z(HG). The X(HG) axis points radially away from the Sun and the Y(HG) axis is parallel to the solar equatorial plane and therefore parallel to the X(HGI)-Y(HGI) plane as well. The Z(HG) axis is chosen to complete the orthonormal triad. An excellent reference guide with diagrams explaining the HGI and HG systems may be found in L.F. Burlaga, MHD Processes in the Outer Heliosphere, Space Sci. Rev., 39, 255-316, 1984.
Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, Norman F. Ness of the Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware in publications and presentations.
Ness, Norman, F.
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Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, Norman F. Ness of the Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware in publications and presentations. Please acknowledge the data providers and CDAWeb when using these data.
Calibrated
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MagneticField
1977-09-05T14:19:47.604
1991-12-27T00:00:42.688
PT9.6S
Heliosphere
Heliosphere.Outer
Heliosphere.Heliosheath
Time, Beginning of Interval
Epoch
Time, Beginning of Interval
This parameter exhibits an increasing monotonic progression.
PT9.6S
ms
1e-3>s
Epoch
E14.8
6.2987652219904e+13
6.3745034619904e+13
LinearScale
01-Jan-1996 00:00:00.000
01-Jan-2020 00:00:00.000
-1.0e+31
Temporal
Time, Beginning of Interval, 9.6-s Variables
Epoch2
Time, Beginning of Interval, 9.6-s Variables
This parameter exhibits an increasing monotonic progression.
PT9.6S
ms
1.0e-3>s
Epoch
E14.8
6.2987652219904e+13
6.3745034619904e+13
LinearScale
01-Jan-1996 00:00:00.000
01-Jan-2020 00:00:00.000
-1.0e+31
Temporal
Data Identifier, HDR1 or LFM
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
dataID
Data Identifier, the Value is set to either HDR1 or LFM, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Telemetry Format
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
telemetryFormat
Telemetry Format, List only
ENG,CR-1,CR-2,CR-3,CR-4,CR-5,CR-6,CR-7,CR5A,GS-2,GS-3,GS-4,GS-6,GS-7,GS-8,GS10,G10A,OC-1,OC-2,UV5A,****)
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Spacecraft Identification
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
SCid
Spacecraft Identification. 1 for Voyager 1, 2 for Voyager 2, List only
FLT1,FLT2,PTM ,SIM1,SIM2,UKWN
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Decimal Day of Year
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
decimalDOY
Decimal Day of Year, January 1 is Day 0
PT9.6S
d
86400>s
TimeSeries
DOY (Jan01=0)
F10.6
0.0
366.0
999.0
Temporal
Decimal Day Count
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
decimalDayCnt
Decimal Day Count since August 20, 1977
PT9.6S
d
86400>s
TimeSeries
Decimal Day Count
F13.6
0.0
366.0
999.0
Temporal
Time Type, SCET or ERTS
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
timeType
Time Type, the Value is set to either SCET, the Spacecraft Event Time, or ERTS, the Earth Receive Time Start, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Time Period of the Data Block
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
timePeriod
Time Period of the Data Block, 48-s
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
Time period
F6.3
0.0
10.0
999.0
Other
48-min Counter, 2^16 Sequence Counter
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
min48ctr
48-min Counter, 2^16 Sequence Counter of Data at Time of Telemetry Readout
PT9.6S
48 Minute Counter
I6
-32767
32767
Other
48-s Counter, Modulo 60 Sequence Counter
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
sec48ctr
48-s Counter, Modulo 60 Sequence Counter of Data at Time of Telemetry Readout
PT9.6S
48 Second Counter
I6
-32767
32767
Other
60-ms Counter, Line Counter
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
msec60ctr
60-ms Counter, Line Counter of Data at Time of Telemetry Readout
PT9.6S
60 Millisecond Counter
I6
-32767
32767
Other
MAG Status Word
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
magStatus
MAG Instrument Status Word
PT9.6S
MagStatus
I10
-2147483647
2147483647
InstrumentMode
MagCommand
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
MagCommand
MAG Instrument Command Word
PT9.6S
MagCommand
I10
-2147483647
2147483647
Other
Data Identifier, LFM or HDR1
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
DataIdInt
Data Identifier, 2 denotes LFM, 8 denotes HDR1
PT9.6S
Data Identifier
I3
0
10
Other
Data Rate
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
DataRate
Data Rate
GS-X=0,CR-1=1,CR-2=2,CR-3=3,CR-4=4,CR-5=5,CR-6=6,CR-7=9,ENG=8,CR5A=13,UV5A=13: CR5A and UV5A are both VIM-5 modes
PT9.6S
Data Rate
I3
0
10
Other
MAG Data Confidence Flag
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
dataConfidence
MAG Data Confidence Flag, Indicates Reduced Data Confidence due to Software/Hardware Intervention
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
I4
8
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
Element 7
7
Element 8
8
-128
127
InstrumentMode
Number of Primary Data Words
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
numPrimaryData
Number of Primary Data Words
PT9.6S
Number of primary data words
I6
-32767
32767
Other
Number of Secondary Data Words
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
numSecondaryData
Number of Secondary Data Words
PT9.6S
Number of Secondary data words
I5
-32767
32767
Other
Number of Primary Full Words
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
numPrimaryFull
Number of Primary Full Words
PT9.6S
Number of primary Full words
I6
-32767
32767
Other
Number of Secondary Full Words
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
numSecondaryFull
Number of Secondary Full Words
PT9.6S
Number of Secondary Full words
I6
-32767
32767
Other
Record Number in File
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
recNumber
Record Number in File
PT9.6S
Record number in file
I6
-32767
32767
Other
Number of Words remaining in Logical Record
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
numWordsRemaining
Number of Words remaining in Logical Record
PT9.6S
Number of words remaining in logical record
I6
-32767
32767
Other
Voyager 1 Fixed B Field Error
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B_error
Voyager 1 Fixed Magnetic Field Error
Hard-coded V1/2 component uncertainty of 0.02 nT This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ERROR_BAR_ARRAY with the following input parameters: F1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
V1 Fixed B Error
F8.3
0.0
1.0
999.0
Uncertainty
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F1
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Magnitudes
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F1)
F8.3
0.0
10000.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F2
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 9.6-s Average derived from 9.6-s Averages of the B1, B2, and B3 Component Data by using sqrt(B1^2+B2^2+B3^2)
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F2)
F8.3
0.0
10000.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
BR, B1, 9.6-s BR, HG Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B1
BR, B1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Radial Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BR (B1)
F8.3
-10000.0
10000.0
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
BT, B2, 9.6-s HG Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B2
BT, B2, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BT (B2)
F8.3
-10000.0
10000.0
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
BN, B3, 9.6-s HG Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B3
BN, B3, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Normal Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BN (B3)
F8.3
-10000.0
10000.0
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 100 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F1_100nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Magnitudes, for 100 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F1)
F8.3
0.0
100.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 100 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F2_100nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 9.6-s Average derived from 9.6-s Averages of the B1, B2, and B3 Component Data by using sqrt(B1^2+B2^2+B3^2), 100 nT
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F2)
F8.3
0.0
100.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
BR, B1, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 100 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B1_100nt
BR, B1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Radial Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 100 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BR (B1)
F8.3
-100.0
100.0
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
BT, B2, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 100 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B2_100nt
BT, B2, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 100 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BT (B2)
F8.3
-100.0
100.0
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
BN, B3, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 100 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B3_100nt
BN, B3, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Normal Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 100 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B3.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BN (B3)
F8.3
-100.0
100.0
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 10 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F1_10nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Magnitudes, for 10 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F1)
F8.3
0.0
10.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 10 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F2_10nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 9.6-s Average derived from 9.6-s Averages of the B1, B2, and B3 Component Data by using sqrt(B1^2+B2^2+B3^2), 10 nT
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F2)
F8.3
0.0
10.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
BR, B1, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 10 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B1_10nt
BR, B1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Radial Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 10 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BR (B1)
F8.3
-10.0
10.0
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
BT, B2, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 10 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B2_10nt
BT, B2, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 10 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BT (B2)
F8.3
-10.0
10.0
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
BN, B3, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 10 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B3_10nt
BN, B3, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Normal Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 10 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B3.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BN (B3)
F8.3
-10.0
10.0
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F1_1nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Magnitudes, for 1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F1)
F8.3
0.0
1.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F2_1nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 9.6-s Average derived from 9.6-s Averages of the B1, B2, and B3 Component Data by using sqrt(B1^2+B2^2+B3^2), 1 nT
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F2)
F8.3
0.0
1.0
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
BR, B1, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B1_1nt
BR, B1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Radial Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BR (B1)
F8.3
-1.0
1.0
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
BT, B2, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B2_1nt
BT, B2, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BT (B2)
F8.3
-1.0
1.0
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
BN, B3, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B3_1nt
BN, B3, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Normal Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B3.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BN (B3)
F8.3
-1.0
1.0
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 0.1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F1_dot1nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 1, F1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Magnitudes, for 0.1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F1)
F8.3
0.0
0.1
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
B Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 0.1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
F2_dot1nt
Magnetic Field Magnitude by Method 2, F2, 9.6-s Average derived from 9.6-s Averages of the B1, B2, and B3 Component Data by using sqrt(B1^2+B2^2+B3^2), 0.1 nT
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: F2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
B-Magnitude (F2)
F8.3
0.0
0.1
999.0
Magnitude
Average
Magnetic
BR, B1, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 0.1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B1_dot1nt
BR, B1, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Radial Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 0.1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B1.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BR (B1)
F8.3
-0.1
0.1
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
BT, B2, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 0.1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B2_dot1nt
BT, B2, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 0.1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B2.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BT (B2)
F8.3
-0.1
0.1
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
BN, B3, 9.6-s HG Coordinates, 0.1 nT Plot Scale
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
B3_dot1nt
BN, B3, 9.6-s Average of 1.92-s Averages of the Magnetic Field Normal Component in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates, for 0.1 nT Plot Scale
This parameter is virtual. It is calculated by calling the function ALTERNATE_VIEW with the following input parameters: B3.
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
BN (B3)
F8.3
-0.1
0.1
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
Latitudinal B Field Angle, HG Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
lat
Latitudinal Magnetic Field Angle in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates computed by using asin(B3/F2)
PT9.6S
°
0.0174532925>rad
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
B-Latitude HG
F6.3
-90.0
90.0
999.0
DirectionAngle.AzimuthAngle
Magnetic
Longitudinal B Field Angle, HG Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
lon
Longitudinal Magnetic Field Angle in Heliographic (HG) Coordinates computed by using 180°-atan(B2,-B1)
PT9.6S
°
0.0174532925>rad
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
B-Long HG
F6.3
0.0
360.0
999.0
DirectionAngle.ElevationAngle
Magnetic
Root Mean Square of BR
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
RMSB1
Root Mean Square of the Magnetic Field Radial Component, BR
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
RMS-BR
F8.3
-5.0
5.0
999.0
Component.I
Magnetic
Root Mean Square of BT
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
RMSB2
Root Mean Square of the Magnetic Field Tangential Component, BT
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
RMS-BT
F8.3
-5.0
5.0
999.0
Component.J
Magnetic
Root Mean Square of BN
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
RMSB3
Root Mean Square of the Magnetic Field Normal Component, BN
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
RMS-BN
F8.3
-5.0
5.0
999.0
Component.K
Magnetic
Number of 1.92-s Spacecraft B Field Averages per 9.6-s Average
Time series defined by using: EPOCH2
num1_92_averages
Number of 1.92-s Spacecraft Magnetic Field Averages per 9.6-s Average, 0<n<5
PT9.6S
# 1.92s avgs per 9.6s
I5
0
5
Other
48-s Average of Spacecraft BR
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
avg1_48
48-s Average of Spacecraft Magnetic Field Radial Component, BR
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BR_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.I
Average
Magnetic
48-s Average of Spacecraft BT
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
avg2_48
48-s Average of Spacecraft Magnetic Field Tangential Component, BT
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BT_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.J
Average
Magnetic
48-s Average Spacecraft BN
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
avg3_48
48-s Average Spacecraft Magnetic Field Normal Component, BN
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BN_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.K
Average
Magnetic
Norm of 48-s Spacecraft B Field Component Averages
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
norm48
Norm of 48-s Spacecraft Magnetic Field Component Averages
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
TimeSeries
s/c_Bmag_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Magnetic
RMS of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft BR
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
RMS1_48
Root Mean Square of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft Magnetic Field Radial Component, BR
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BRrms_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.I
Magnetic
RMS of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft BT
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
RMS2_48
Root Mean Square of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft Magnetic Field Tangential Component, BT
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BTrms_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.J
Magnetic
RMS of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft BN
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
RMS3_48
Root Mean Square of 48-s Averaged Spacecraft Magnetic Field Normal Component, BN
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
nT
1e-9>T
Cartesian
HG
TimeSeries
s/c_BNrms_48s
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.K
Magnetic
Number of 9.6-s Spacecraft B Field Averages per 48-s Average
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
num_9_6
Number of 9.6-s Spacecraft Magnetic Field Averages per 48-s Average, 0<n<5
Appears to be all fill data - REM 2/27/2014
PT9.6S
Numb9.6 fld avg
I2
0
99
Other
TN, Epic Day of Navigation Block Closest to Data Time
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
epicDayNav
TN, Epic Day of Navigation Block Closest to Data Time
PT9.6S
d
86400>s
TimeSeries
Epic day nav block
F13.6
0.0
10000.0
999.0
Temporal
TP, Epic Day of Pointing Vector Block Closest to Data Time
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
epicDayVec
TP, Epic Day of Pointing Vector Block Closest to Data Time
PT9.6S
d
86400>s
TimeSeries
Epic day vec block
F13.6
0.0
10000.0
999.0
Temporal
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position X Component, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
x
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position X Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
ua
1.495978706961e11>m
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
Xihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.I
Positional
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Y Component, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
y
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Y Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
ua
1.495978706961e11>m
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
Yihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.J
Positional
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Z Component, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
z
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Z Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
ua
1.495978706961e11>m
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
Zihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.K
Positional
Voyager 1 X Velocity, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
xvel
Voyager 1 Velocity X Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
km/s
1e3>m/s
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
VX_ihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.I
Velocity
Voyager 1 Y Velocity, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
yvel
Voyager 1 Velocity Y Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
km/s
1e3>m/s
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
VY_ihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.J
Velocity
Voyager 1 Z Velocity, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
zvel
Voyager 1 Velocity Z Component in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates
PT9.6S
km/s
1e3>m/s
Cartesian
HGI
TimeSeries
VZ_ihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Component.K
Velocity
Voyager 1 Radial Distance from Sun
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
scDistance
Voyager 1 Radial Distance from the Sun
PT9.6S
ua
1.495978706961e11>m
TimeSeries
V1 Dist
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Magnitude
Positional
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Longitude, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
scLon
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Longitude in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates computed by using atan(Y/X)
PT9.6S
rad
Spherical
HGI
TimeSeries
V1 Long_ihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
DirectionAngle.AzimuthAngle
Positional
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Latitude, HGI Coordinates
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
scLat
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Position Latitude in Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates computed by using asin(Z/R)
PT9.6S
rad
Spherical
HGI
TimeSeries
V1 Lat_ihg
F8.3
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
DirectionAngle.ElevationAngle
Positional
Matrix1 Rotation Matrix, HGI to HG
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
matrix1
Matrix1, Rotation Matrix that Transforms a 3-Element Vector from Heliographic Inertial (HGI) Coordinates to Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
Matrix 1 transforms three element vector from Inertial Heliographic to heliographic coordinates.
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
F8.3
9
M1:E1
1
M1:E2
2
M1:E3
3
M1:E4
4
M1:E5
5
M1:E6
6
M1:E7
7
M1:E8
8
M1:E9
9
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Tensor
Other
Matrix2 Rotation Matrix, EME 50 to HG
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
matrix2
Matrix2, Rotation Matrix that Transforms a 3-Element Vector from Earth Mean Ecliptic, Equinox of 1950 (EME 50) Coordinates to Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
Matrix 2 transforms three element vector from Earth Mean ecliptic, Equinox of 1950 (EME 50) to Heliographic (HG) coordinates.
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
F8.3
9
M2:E1
1
M2:E2
2
M2:E3
3
M2:E4
4
M2:E5
5
M2:E6
6
M2:E7
7
M2:E8
8
M2:E9
9
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Tensor
Other
Matrix3 Rotation Matrix, Payload to HG
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
matrix3
Matrix3, Rotation Matrix that Transforms a 3-Element Vector from Payload Coordinates to Heliographic (HG) Coordinates
Matrix 3 transforms three element vector from payload coordinates to Heliographic coordinates.
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
F8.3
9
M3:E1
1
M3:E2
2
M3:E3
3
M3:E4
4
M3:E5
5
M3:E6
6
M3:E7
7
M3:E8
8
M3:E9
9
-1000.0
1000.0
999.0
Tensor
Other
Record Type, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
recTypeHead
Record Type, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Telemetry Format, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
telFmtHead
Telemetry Format, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Spacecraft ID, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
scIDHead
Spacecraft ID, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Time, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
timeHead
Time, Header
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
6
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
0
1000
-1
Other
Run Year, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runYearHead
Run Year, Header
PT9.6S
run year (header)
I2
0
99
Other
Calendar Day, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
calDayHead
Calendar Day, Header
PT9.6S
calendar day (header)
I2
1
366
Other
Run Month, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runMonthHead
Run Month, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Run Day, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runDayHead
Run Day, Header
PT9.6S
run day (header)
I2
1
31
Other
Run Type, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runTypeHead
Run Type, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other
Coordinate, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
coordHead
Coordinate, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Data ID, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
dataIDHead
Data ID, Header
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
2
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
0
1000
-1
Other
Word 32, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
word32Head
Word 32, Header
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
2
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
0
1000
-1
Other
EDR System, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
edrsysHead
EDR System, Header
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
32
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
Element 7
7
Element 8
8
Element 9
9
Element 10
10
Element 11
11
Element 12
12
Element 13
13
Element 14
14
Element 15
15
Element 16
16
Element 17
17
Element 18
18
Element 19
19
Element 20
20
Element 21
21
Element 22
22
Element 23
23
Element 24
24
Element 25
25
Element 26
26
Element 27
27
Element 28
28
Element 29
29
Element 30
30
Element 31
31
Element 32
32
-128
127
-1
Other
MAG System, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
magsysHead
MAG System, Header
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
32
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
Element 7
7
Element 8
8
Element 9
9
Element 10
10
Element 11
11
Element 12
12
Element 13
13
Element 14
14
Element 15
15
Element 16
16
Element 17
17
Element 18
18
Element 19
19
Element 20
20
Element 21
21
Element 22
22
Element 23
23
Element 24
24
Element 25
25
Element 26
26
Element 27
27
Element 28
28
Element 29
29
Element 30
30
Element 31
31
Element 32
32
-128
127
-1
Other
Zero Name, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
zeroNameHead
Zero Name, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other
Sensor Name, Header
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
sensNameHead
Sensor Name, Header, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other
Record Type, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
recTypeTrail
Record Type, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Telemetry Format, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
telFmtTrail
Telemetry Format, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Spacecraft ID, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
scIDTrail
Spacecraft ID, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Time, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
timeTrail
Time, Trailer
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
6
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
0
1000
-1
Other
Run Year, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runYearTrail
Run Year, Trailer
PT9.6S
run year (trailer)
I2
0
99
Other
Calendar Day, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
calDayTrail
Calendar Day, Trailer
PT9.6S
calendar day (trailer)
I2
1
366
Other
Run Month, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runMonthTrail
Run Month, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Run Day, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runDayTrail
Run Day, Trailer
PT9.6S
run day (trailer)
I2
1
31
Other
Run Type, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
runTypeTrail
Run Type, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other
Coordinate, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
coordTrail
Coordinate, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A4
Other
Data ID, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
dataIDTrail
Data ID, Trailer
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
2
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
0
1000
-1
Other
Word 32, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
word32Trail
Word 32, Trailer
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
2
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
0
1000
-1
Other
EDR System, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
edrsysTrail
EDR System, Trailer
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
32
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
Element 7
7
Element 8
8
Element 9
9
Element 10
10
Element 11
11
Element 12
12
Element 13
13
Element 14
14
Element 15
15
Element 16
16
Element 17
17
Element 18
18
Element 19
19
Element 20
20
Element 21
21
Element 22
22
Element 23
23
Element 24
24
Element 25
25
Element 26
26
Element 27
27
Element 28
28
Element 29
29
Element 30
30
Element 31
31
Element 32
32
-128
127
-1
Other
MAG System, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
magsysTrail
MAG System, Trailer
PT9.6S
TimeSeries
I4
32
Element 1
1
Element 2
2
Element 3
3
Element 4
4
Element 5
5
Element 6
6
Element 7
7
Element 8
8
Element 9
9
Element 10
10
Element 11
11
Element 12
12
Element 13
13
Element 14
14
Element 15
15
Element 16
16
Element 17
17
Element 18
18
Element 19
19
Element 20
20
Element 21
21
Element 22
22
Element 23
23
Element 24
24
Element 25
25
Element 26
26
Element 27
27
Element 28
28
Element 29
29
Element 30
30
Element 31
31
Element 32
32
-128
127
-1
Other
Zero Name, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
zeroNameTrail
Zero Name, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other
Sensor Name, Trailer
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
sensNameTrail
Sensor Name, Trailer, List only
PT9.6S
A8
Other