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1) SAMPEX 1-min Position Data maxmize
Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/SAMPEX/Ephemeris/PT1M
Start:1992-07-04 00:00:00 Observatory:SAMPEX Cadence:1 minute
Stop:2012-11-12 00:00:00 Instrument:SAMPEX Positions Resource:NumericalData
SAMPEX satellite position and magnetic field model information.

2) SAMPEX Polar-Cap-Averaged Fluxes, all instruments maxmize
Resource ID:spase://VEPO/NumericalData/SAMPEX/PCA/PT48M
Start:1992-07-06 00:00:00 Observatory:SAMPEX Cadence:48 minutes
Stop:2004-06-30 23:59:59 Instrument:Mass Spectrometer Telescope (MAST) Resource:NumericalData
This data set contains 17 differential fluxes of protons (mainly), helium ions, Z.GE.6 ions, and electrons, plus one integral flux of protons and electrons, as averaged over polar cap passes of the SAMPEX spacecraft. A polar cap pass covers the time poleward of geomagnetic latitude 70 deg. (Not all orbits have two polar cap passes.). For any given species, the fluxes typically come from more than one of the sensors (LICA, HILT, MAST, PET). Hence the inclusion of all instruments' data in each single record. Differential fluxes are those for (mainly) protons (Z.GE.1 channels at 5-12 and 19-27 MeV/n), helium ions (0.50-6.6, 4-9, 8-15, 9-38 MeV/n), Z.GE.6 ions (0.49-8.3, 8-42, 19.3-22.8, 22.8-31.0, 31.0-51.7, 41-220, 51.7-76.2, 76.2-113, 113-156 MeV/n), and electrons (1.5-6.0 MeV from PET only). One LICA channel measured integral fluxes of ions .GT. 0.8 MeV/n plus electrons .GT. 0.6 MeV). Data available for each polar cap pass are time tags of the begin and end points of the averaging interval, the fluxes, statistical uncertainties in the fluxes, instrument-specific flags, and a flag indicating a north or south polar cap pass. Data are organized in two different ways. Monthly ~500-KB ASCII files with records organized by instrument are available from the SAMPEX Data Center at Caltech and from nssdcftp at GSFC/SPDF, while monthly ~260 KB CDF-formatted files with records organized by species are available from the ftp area underlying CDAWeb. The parameter level information given below in this descriptor corresponds to the CDAWeb organization of data. Format information for the ASCII version is given in the Information URL of this descriptor.

3) SAMPEX PET Flux Plots maxmize
Resource ID:spase://VSPO/DisplayData/SAMPEX/PET/PLOTS
Start:1993-01-01 00:00:00 Observatory:SAMPEX Cadence:
Stop:2004-12-31 00:00:00 Instrument:Proton-Electron Telescope (PET) Resource:DisplayData
SAMPEX PET proton (>4, 19-28, 28-64 MeV) and electron (2-6, 3.5-16, >3, >1 MeV) flux plots, color coded vs, time and L value

4) SAMPEX Fluxes, all instruments maxmize
Resource ID:spase://VSPO/NumericalData/SAMPEX/PT30.00S
Start:1992-07-06 00:00:00 Observatory:SAMPEX Cadence:30.00 seconds
Stop:2004-06-30 23:59:59 Instrument:Mass Spectrometer Telescope (MAST) Resource:NumericalData
This set of 30-s averaged fluxes are derived from measurements made by all 4 instruments (HILT, LICA, MAST and PET) onboard the Solar Anomalous and Magnetospheric Particle Explorer (SAMPEX). Each file covers one full day of 30-s averaged fluxes of cosmic rays from selected channels from all experiments. There are 156 variables per record, and the file size is about 4 MB. After an extensive list of ancillary data, the particle fluxes follow. (1) LICA provides fluxes of electrons and protons in the energy range of about >0.7 Mev, of (mainly) helium in the range 0.49-8.3 MeV/nucleon. (2) HILT provides fluxes of helium from two channels, 4-9 and 9-38, of Z > 5 from two channels, 8.2-42 and 41-220 MeV/n. (3) MAST provides fluxes protons (mainly) in 5-12 MeV range, of helium in 8-15, and of Z > 5 in 19.3-22.8, 22.8-31.0, 31.0-51.7, 51.7-76.2, 76.2-113, 113-156 MeV/n. (4) PET provides fluxes of electrons in the ranges 1.5-6, and 2.5-14 MeV, and of (mainly) protons in 19-27 MeV/n. All flux values are accompanied by their standard deviations and quality flags. The fluxes available in this file are from a subset of (30-s resolution) rate channels. Energy spectra are assembled by pick-and-choose across instrument boundaries; an example is the eight-element array of Z>3 fluxes that have contributions from all four instruments

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