Asikainen, Timo (2017) Calibrated and corrected POES/MEPED energetic particle observations. In : Belehaki, Anna; Hapgood, Mike; Watermann, Juergen (eds.) The ESPAS e-infrastructure : Access to data from near-Earth space, pp. 57-69. EDP Science. https://doi.org/10.1051/978-2-7598-1949-2
Calibrated and corrected POES/MEPED energetic particle observations
1Space Climate Research Unit, ReSoLVE Centre of Excellence, POBox 3000, FIN-90014, University of Oulu, Finland
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Low altitude NOAA/POES satellites have measured energetic particles with MEPED instrument from 1979 to present. However, these measurements have suffered from a variety of instrumental and data quality problems, but recent advances in detailed understanding of the MEPED instrument have allowed us to calibrate and correct the data. Currently, this database forms the longest systematically calibrated energetic particle dataset in space physics. It has now been made available though the ESPAS Data Portal in 1/4 satellite orbit time resolution. The offered data products include average energetic proton and electron fluxes in two directional telescopes at different energy channels from two opposite local time sectors and hemispheres. The data allow one to study the particle fluxes in a variety of time scales from space weather events to space climate time scales over several solar cycles. Here we review the work done to correct and recalibrate the MEPED database and describe in detail the data products published in ESPAS Data Portal.
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The ESPAS e-infrastructure : Access to data from near-Earth space
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A3 Book chapter
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115 Astronomy and space science
We gratefully acknowledge support for this work via the Near-Earth Space Data Infrastructure for e-Science project (www.espas-fp7.eu), which is funded by the Research Infrastructures theme of the EU Framework 7 programme under Grant Agreement Number 283676. We acknowledge the financial support by the Academy of Finland to the ReSoLVE Center of Excellence (project No. 272157) and to project Nos. 257403, 264994 and 292712.
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(283676) ESPAS - Near-Earth Space Data Infrastructure for e-Science
|Academy of Finland Grant Number:||
272157 (Academy of Finland Funding decision)
257403 (Academy of Finland Funding decision)
264994 (Academy of Finland Funding decision)
292712 (Academy of Finland Funding decision)
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