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1) | CANOPUS MARI Key Parameters | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/CANOPUS/MARI/PT60S | ||||||||||||||||||

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CANOPUS MARI (Magnetometer and Riometer Array) Magnetometer Key Parameters - "Local AE Index" Upper and Lower Bounds |

2) | F10.7 Solar Radio Flux | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/DRAO/Solar.Radio.Flux/P1D | ||||||||||||||||||

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F10.7 cm (2800 MHz) solar radio flux observed at Ottowa (1947-1991) and now at Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, Solar Radio Monitoring Program, National Research Council, Canada. Three flux measurements daily; cf. J. Geophys. Res., v. 92, p. 829, 1987 |

3) | Geomagnetic Equatorial Dst Index 1-hr Data. | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/Indices/Dst/PT1H | ||||||||||||||||||

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The Geomagnetic Equatorial Dst Index data at 1-hr time resolution from the World Data Center C2 for Geomagnetism, Kyoto University. |

4) | Kp, Sum_Kp, ap and Ap Geomagnetic Indices | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/Indices/Kp.Ap | ||||||||||||||||||

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Kp, Sum_Kp, (3-hour) ap, and (Daily) Ap geomagnetic indices. Kp and ap are 3-hour planetary indices and Sum_Kp and Ap are daily summed and averaged (respectively) indices created from Kp. These indices were created at the Geophysical Institute of Gottingen University through 1996, and at GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ, Potsdam) subsequently. GFZ, url given below, is the primary distribution site. The web site of WDC for Geomagnetism at Kyoto U., url given below, offers plots and numeric downloads for Kp and related indices. The data are currently (as of 12/07/2011) "final" from January, 1957, through December, 2008, and are "real time" thereafter, through the current day. Alternative sources of many of the Kp and related indices include the hourly OMNI data set at NASA/GSFC/SPDF. Worldwide Indices The subscript p means planetary and designates a global magnetic activity index. The following 13 observatories, which lie between 46 and 63 degrees north and south geomagnetic latitude, now contribute to the planetary indices: Lerwick (UK), Eskdalemuir (UK), Hartland (UK), Ottawa (Canada), Fredericksburg (USA), Meanook (Canada), Sitka (USA), Eyrewell (New Zealand), Canberra (Australia), Lovo (Sweden), Brorfelde (Denmark), Wingst and Niemegk (Germany). Three-hour-range Index Kp Kp index derives from Ks indices that isolate solar particle effects on the earth's magnetic field; over a 3-hour period, they classify into disturbance levels the range of variation of the more unsettled horizontal field component. Each activity level relates almost logarithmically to its corresponding disturbance amplitude. Three-hour indices discriminate conservatively between true magnetic field perturbations and the quiet-day variations produced by ionospheric currents. Ks indices range in 28 steps from 0 (quiet) to 9 (greatly disturbed) with fractional parts expressed in thirds of a unit. A Ks-value equal to 27, for example, means 2 and 2/3 or 3-; a Ks-value equal to 30 means 3 and 0/3 or 3 exactly; and a Ks-value equal to 33 means 3 and 1/3 or 3+. The arithmetic mean of the Ks values scaled at the 13 observatories listed above gives Kp. Equivalent Amplitude ap The ap-index ranges from 0 to 400 and represents a Kp-value converted to a linear scale in nT (nanoTesla) - a scale that measures equivalent disturbance amplitude of a station at which K=9 has a lower limit of 400 nT. |

5) | Iridium magnetic field digital indices | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/Iridium/Birkeland/PT900.00S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Various summaries of Birkeland current system magnetic field data from ~70 Iridium spacecraft; cf. Anderson et al, JGR, 107, SMP-11, 2002. |

6) | Minute AE Index Plots to Today | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/DisplayData/Kyoto/WDCC2/AE | ||||||||||||||||||

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Quicklook 1-min AE, AU, AL indices through today from WDC-C2 at Kyoto-U, also earlier definitive minute and hourly AE, AU, AL |

7) | Hourly Dst Indices to Today | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/DisplayData/Kyoto/WDCC2/DST | ||||||||||||||||||

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Quicklook hourly Dst indices through today from WDC-C2 at Kyoto-U, also prior provisional and definitive hourly Dst |

8) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/1/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

9) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

10) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/1/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Quiet/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

11) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/1/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

12) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/1/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Disturbed/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

13) | MMS 1 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/1/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Quiet/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 1 (MMS 1) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

14) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/2/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

15) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/2/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Disturbed/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

16) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

17) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

18) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

19) | MMS 2 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 2 (MMS 2) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

20) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

21) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

22) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

23) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/3/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

24) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/3/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Disturbed/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

25) | MMS 3 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/3/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Quiet/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 3 (MMS 3) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

26) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/4/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

27) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/4/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Disturbed/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

28) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Burst Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/4/Ephemeris/Burst/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Quiet/PT0.030S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Burst (30 ms) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 11 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

29) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 2004 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/4/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_04_Disturbed/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 2004 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

30) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Disturbed Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for disturbed magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

31) | MMS 4 Magnetic Ephemeris and Coordinates (MEC) Magnetic Ephemeris and Support (Tsyganenko 1989 Model, Quiet Conditions), Quick-Look Survey | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/MMS/4/Ephemeris/Survey/Level2/Tsyganenko_89_Quiet/PT30S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Magnetospheric Multiscale 4 (MMS 4) spacecraft position, velocity, attitude, angular momentum vector, and magnetic ephemeris and coordinates (MEC), Level-2 science data at Quick-Look (30 s) time resolution. The Magnetic ephemeris data are calculated by using the Tsyganenko 1989 magnetic field model for quiet magnetospheric conditions. Many variables are included in this data product including the magnetic field measured at the spacecraft. If possible, the northern and southern hemisphere footpoints of the spacecraft are found by tracing along the magnetic field line threading through the spacecraft per the given Tsyganenko and internal magnetic field models. The northern and southern hemisphere loss cone angles are also given. The magnetic field strength at the footpoints and the minimum magnetic field strength along the field line are also calculated by using the field models. Other variables list the spacecraft L-shell, the magnetic local time, the magnetic latitude and longitude, and whether the threading field line is open, closed, etc. Rotational quaternions are provided to allow coordinate transformation from GEI into 6 other coordinate systems including BSC, GEO, GSE, GSE2000, GSE, and SM. The list of ancillary variables includes the dipole tilt angle, the Dst and Kp actvity indices, and separate flags that denote satellite eclipse by the Earth and Moon. |

32) | OMNI Daily Data Set | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/OMNI/P1D | ||||||||||||||||||

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Daily averaged, multi-source, near-Earth solar wind magnetic field, plasma and energetic proton flux data, plus AE, AU, AL, Kp, ap, and Dst geomagnetic indices, Polar Cap (Thule) index, F10.7 index, and Rz (sunspot number). Also available at 1-hour and 27-day resolution. |

33) | OMNI 27-Day Data Set | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/OMNI/P27D | ||||||||||||||||||

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27-day averaged, multi-source, near-Earth solar wind magnetic field, plasma and energetic proton flux data, plus AE, AU, AL, Kp, ap, and Dst geomagnetic indices, Polar Cap (Thule) index, F10.7 index, and Rz (sunspot number). Also available at 1-hour and 1-day resolution. |

34) | OMNI Hourly Data Set | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/OMNI/PT1H | ||||||||||||||||||

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Hourly averaged, multi-source, near-Earth solar wind magnetic field, plasma and energetic proton flux data, plus AE, AU, AL, Kp, ap, and Dst geomagnetic indices, Polar Cap (Thule) index, F10.7 index, and Rz (sunspot number). Also available at 1-day and 27-day resolution. |

35) | OMNI 1-min Data Set | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VMO/NumericalData/OMNI/PT1M | ||||||||||||||||||

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High resolution (1-min), multi-source, near-Earth solar wind magnetic field and plasma data as shifted to Earth's bow shock nose, plus several 1-min geomagnetic activity indices. |

36) | Sunspot Numbers | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/SDIC/Sunspot/PT86400.00S | ||||||||||||||||||

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Daily and monthly sunspot numbers |

37) | AE, AL and AU indices | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/WDC/Indices/AE/PT1M | ||||||||||||||||||

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AE, AL, AU and AO geomagnetic indices. The web site of WDC for Geomagnetism at Kyoto U., url given below, offers plots and numeric downloads for 1-minute and 1-hour AE and related indices. Hourly data are available from July, 1957, through near-current, except for 1976, 1977, and July 1988 through Dec 1989. One-minute values are available from 1975 forward, with the same coverage gaps as for hourly data. AL, AU, and AO data start being available in 1966. The data are currently (as of 12/07/2011) "final" through June, 1988, and "provisional" through September, 2011. "Real time" data are available thereafter through another of the interfaces available through the WDC interface given below. Yet another such interface provides 2.5 min AE values for 1966-1974. Alternative sources of many of the WDC/Kyoto-generated AE and related indices include the 1-min and 1-hour OMNI data sets at NASA/GSFC/SPDF. |

38) | ASY and SYM indices | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/WDC/Indices/ASY-SYM/PT1M | ||||||||||||||||||

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ASY and SYM geomagnetic indices. The web site of WDC for Geomagnetism at Kyoto U., url given below, offers plots and numeric downloads for 1-minute ASY, SYM, and related indices. Values of ASY-D, ASY-H, SYM-D, and SYM-H are available from 1981 to within 1-2 months of current date. All ASY and SYM data are currently (as of 12/07/2011) marked as "provisional." Alternative sources of the WDC/Kyoto-generated ASY and SYM indices include the 1-min OMNI data set at NASA/GSFC/SPDF. |

39) | Dst hourly indices | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/WDC/Indices/DST/PT1H | ||||||||||||||||||

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Dst geomagnetic indices. The web site of WDC for Geomagnetism at Kyoto U., url given below, offers plots and numeric downloads for 1-hour Dst and related indices. The data are currently (as of 12/07/2011) "final" from January, 1957, through December, 2008, and are "real time" thereafter, through the current day. Alternative sources of many of the WDC/Kyoto-generated Dst and related indices include the hourly OMNI data set at NASA/GSFC/SPDF. |

40) | PCI (Polar Cap Index), Greenland | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/WDC/Thule/Magnetometer/PT1M | ||||||||||||||||||

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PCI (Polar Cap Index), Thule (now Qaanaaq), Greenland; also called PCN - Polar Cap North |

41) | PCI (Polar Cap Index), Antarctica | |||||||||||||||||
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Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/WDC/Vostok/Magnetometer/PT1M | ||||||||||||||||||

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PCI (Polar Cap Index), Vostok, Antarctica. 15-m data 1978-1991 and 1-m data thereafter. Via CEDAR database. Also called PCS - Polar Cap South |

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