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SDO/HMI
STATUS
PI Instrument And Archive
AVAILABILITY
All data will be available after SDO commissioning, expected spring 2010.
REQUEST PROCEDURE
Data will be available via VSO or http://jsoc.stanford.edu
Solar Instruments
Heliosiesmic and Magnetic Imager
CONTACT
Philip Scherrer
Stanford U.
N/A
650-723-1504
pscherrer@solar.stanford.edu
http://sun.stanford.edu
SPECIFICATIONS
Spectral Range617.3nm
Spectral Resolution80mA
Spatial Coverage and ResolutionFull Disk, 4096x4096, 1-arc-sec res.
Temporal Resolution50-90 s
Data AccuracyTBD
Data PrecisionTBD
Physical Observablesline of sight velocity and magnetic field, vector magnetic field, continuum intensity proxy
Derived Outputsmultiple higher level products on regular basis
Concurrence Opportunitiescontinuous operation planned
Expected LifetimeLaunch expected in 2010
Location or Orbitgeosynchronous Earth orbit
Capability Summary1-arc-sec resolution full disk Dopplergrams, line-of-sight magnetograms, and continuum images at 45-sec cadence, vector magnetograms at 10 minute cadence.(4kx4k pixels)
SchedulingNone needed. Observe the archive. Two eclipse seasons per year with gaps up to 2 hours per day for few weeks.
Archival DataAll data including higher level standard products will be available as soon as created.
Number of Users> 100 expected
Planned Upgradeslaunch...
Sub-InstrumentsHMI-AIA Joint Science Operations Center - Science Data Processing facility at Stanford University archives, processes, provides analysis facility, distributes the data.
Data ProductsMultiple. From observables to internal flow maps, synoptic magnetic maps, etc.
University FacilityYes
National Ground BasedNo
SatelliteYes
Virtual ArchiveYes
REFERENCES
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REMARKS
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UPDATED ON
22 Sep 2009 16:12