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TIMED/SEE
STATUS
PI Instrument And Archive
AVAILABILITY
Daily data products available from http://lasp.colorado.edu/see/
REQUEST PROCEDURE
N/A
Solar Instruments
Solar EUV Irradiance instrument
CONTACT
Tom Woods
LASP, U. 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 Range0.1-194 nm
Spectral Resolution1 nm
Spatial Coverage and ResolutionN/A
Temporal ResolutionDaily and once-an-orbit (96 min)
Data Accuracy25%
Data Precision4%
Physical ObservablesSolar EUV irradiance
Derived OutputsSolar EUV irradiance spectra
Concurrence OpportunitiesN/A
Expected LifetimeLuanched in Dec. 2001. Extended mission planned until 2010.
Location or OrbitLow-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite
Capability SummarySee http://lasp.colorado.edu/see/
SchedulingDaily solar observations with 3% duty cycle (3-min obervations for each 96-min orbit)
Archival DataSee http://lasp.colorado.edu/see/
Number of UsersN?A
Planned UpgradesNone for TIMED SEE. Future solar EUV irradiance measurements at higher spectral resolution, higher cadence, and 100% duty cycle will be by SDO/EVE instrument starting in late 2008.
Sub-InstrumentsEGS XPS
Data ProductsSolar EUV irradiance spectra. See http://lasp.colorado.edu/see/ for details. Primary products are: Level 3: daily average, 1-nm intervals Level 3A: orbit average, 1-nm intervals
University FacilityNo
National Ground BasedNo
SatelliteYes
Virtual ArchiveNo
REFERENCES
Primary instrument and data reference: Woods, T. N., F. G. Eparvier, S. M. Bailey, P. C. Chamberlin, J. Lean, G. J. Rottman, S. C. Solomon, W. K. Tobiska, and D. L. Woodraska, The Solar EUV Experiment (SEE): Mission overview and first results, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A01312, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010765, 2005.
REMARKS
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UPDATED ON
16 Nov 2009 09:09