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GOLD

Data information: densities and temperatures in Earth’s thermosphere and ionosphere

Data Introduction: https://gold.cs.ucf.edu/data/documentation/

Data access: https://gold.cs.ucf.edu/data/search/

 

COSMIC-1

Data information:

Level 0

Binary instrument data

Level 1a

Spacecraft attitude information

Precise orbit determination antenna tracking data

Radio occultation antenna tracking data

Level 1b

Precise orbit determination solutions

Atmospheric excess phase

Absolute total electron content

Level 2

Atmospheric profiles

Electron density profiles 

IVM in-situ density

Data Introduction: https://www.cosmic.ucar.edu/what-we-do/cosmic-2/data

Data access: https://data.cosmic.ucar.edu/gnss-ro/cosmic2/

 

COSMIC-2

Data information:

Level 1a

Spacecraft attitude information

Precise orbit determination antenna tracking data

Radio occultation antenna tracking data

Level 1b

Atmospheric excess phase

Navigation bits used for processing open loop data in the lower troposphere

Ionospheric excess phase

Clock offset values for each LEO satellite

LEO orbit specification file

Absolute Total Electron Content and auxiliary data

S4 scintillation index and auxiliary data

Level 2

Atmospheric profiles without moisture

Low-resolution, atmospheric profile

ECMWF profiles

ERA-40 Interim reanalysis data

NCEP operational analysis data

Ionospheric profiles

Atmospheric profiles with moisture

Data Introduction: https://www.cosmic.ucar.edu/what-we-do/cosmic-1/data

Data access: https://data.cosmic.ucar.edu/gnss-ro/cosmic1/

 

COSMIC-3

Data information:

Level 1a

Spacecraft attitude information

Precise orbit determination antenna tracking data

Radio occultation antenna tracking data

Level 1b

Atmospheric excess phase

Navigation bits used for processing open loop data in the lower troposphere

Ionospheric excess phase

Clock offset values for each LEO satellite

LEO orbit specification file

Absolute Total Electron Content and auxiliary data

S4 scintillation index and auxiliary data

Level 2

Atmospheric profiles without moisture

Low-resolution, atmospheric profile

ECMWF profiles

ERA-40 Interim reanalysis data

NCEP operational analysis data

Ionospheric profiles

Atmospheric profiles with moisture

Data Introduction: https://www.cosmic.ucar.edu/what-we-do/cosmic-1/data

Data access: https://data.cosmic.ucar.edu/gnss-ro/cosmic1/

 

COSMIC-4

Data information:

Level 1a

Spacecraft attitude information

Precise orbit determination antenna tracking data

Radio occultation antenna tracking data

Level 1b

Atmospheric excess phase

Navigation bits used for processing open loop data in the lower troposphere

Ionospheric excess phase

Clock offset values for each LEO satellite

LEO orbit specification file

Absolute Total Electron Content and auxiliary data

S4 scintillation index and auxiliary data

Level 2

Atmospheric profiles without moisture

Low-resolution, atmospheric profile

ECMWF profiles

ERA-40 Interim reanalysis data

NCEP operational analysis data

Ionospheric profiles

Atmospheric profiles with moisture

Data Introduction: https://www.cosmic.ucar.edu/what-we-do/cosmic-1/data

Data access: https://data.cosmic.ucar.edu/gnss-ro/cosmic1/


 

OMNI data

IntroductionThe Low Resolution OMNI (LRO) data set is primarily a 1963-to-current compilation of hourly-averaged, near-Earth solar wind magnetic field and plasma parameter data from several spacecraft in geocentric or L1 (Lagrange point) orbits. The data have been extensively cross compared, and, for some spacecraft and parameters, cross-normalized. Time-shifts of higher resolution data to expected magnetosphere-arrival times are done for data from spacecraft in L1 orbits (ISEE 3, Wind, ACE), prior to taking hourly averages.

LRO also provides other widely accessed data that are frequently used with solar wind data. In particular, LRO provides fluxes of protons with energies above 1, 2, 4, 10, 30, and 60 MeV from several IMP and GOES spacecraft, and provides a wide range of geomagnetic and solar activity indices. The data are made available at daily and 27-day resolutions, in addition to hourly resolution. They are made accessible with a variety of functionalities from https://omniweb.gsfc.nasa.gov/ow.html.

High Resolution OMNI (HRO) data set include 1-min and 5-min bow-shock-nose- shifted solar wind magnetic field and plasma data from IMP 8, Geotail, Wind and ACE see: https://omniweb.gsfc.nasa.gov/ow_min.html

 

Jicamarca Radio Observatory (JRO)

Data information: electron density, electron and ion temperature, drifts, RTIs and so on.

Data Introduction: http://jro.igp.gob.pe/english/