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SDO/EVE
STATUS
PI Instrument And Archive
AVAILABILITY
Data products will be publicly available after launch from http://lasp.colorado.edu/eve/
REQUEST PROCEDURE
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Solar Instruments
Extreme ultraviolet Variability Experiment Solar EUV spectral irradiance instrument on the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory
CONTACT
Tom Woods
LASP, U. of Colorado
1234 Innovation Dr. Boulder, CO 80303
303-492-4224
tom.woods@lasp.colorado.edu
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SECONDARY CONTACT
Frank Eparvier
University of Colorado - LASP
1234 Innovation Dr. Boulder, CO 80303
303-492-4546
eparvier@colorado.edu
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SPECIFICATIONS
Spectral Range0.1-122 nm
Spectral Resolution0.1 nm
Spatial Coverage and ResolutionN/A
Temporal Resolution10-sec cadence
Data Accuracy20%
Data Precision2%
Physical ObservablesSolar EUV Irradiance
Derived OutputsSolar EUV irradiance spectra
Concurrence OpportunitiesN/A
Expected LifetimeLuanch expected in early 2010
Location or OrbitGeosynchronous Earth orbit (GEO)
Capability SummarySee http://lasp.colorado.edu/eve/
SchedulingOnce launched, EVE will make routine solar observations with 10-sec cadence (24-7).
Archival DataN/A
Number of UsersN/A
Planned UpgradesNone.
Sub-InstrumentsMEGS ESP
Data ProductsSolar EUV irradiance spectra: Level 0C: near-realtime space-weather product Level 2: 10-sec cadence, 0.1-nm resolution Level 3: daily averaged, 0.1-nm resolution
University FacilityNo
National Ground BasedNo
SatelliteYes
Virtual ArchiveNo
REFERENCES
Pre-launch reference: Eparvier, F. G., T. N. Woods, D. A. Crotser, G. J. Ucker, R. A. Kohnert, A. Jones, D. L. Judge, D. McMullin, and G. D. Berthiaume, The EUV Variability Experiment (EVE) aboard the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), SPIE Proceedings, 5660, 48-55, 2004.
REMARKS
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UPDATED ON
16 Nov 2009 09:10