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1 Space Radiation Climatology-2: Radiation Belts Data Status –O’Brien –Weigel (ViRBO) Models ready for DA –Shprits Science updates –Vassiliadis –Sigsbee –Shi –Rigler Paul O’Brien, FG9 Wiki:

2 Overview of Existing Data Sets Data SetOrbit/DurationChannelsStatus HEO-1Molniya, L>2, high altitude, little coverage L<4, PRO: >80, >160, >320 keV, >20, >40, >55, >66 MeV ELE: >130, >230 keV, >1.5, >4, >6.5, >8.5 MeV Not very quantitative HEO-3Molniya, L>2, high altitude, PRO: >80, >160, >320 keV, >5, , 16-40, MeV ELE: >130, >230, >450, >630 keV, >1.5, >3.0 MeV Not very quantitative ICO45 o, circular, L>2.5, high altitude, PRO:>15, >24, >33, >44, >54 MeV ELE: >1.2, >2.2, >4, >6, >8 MeV Not very quantitative, Release in Limbo SAMPEXLEO (500 km) onward PRO: up to 400 MeV ELE: >0.5, >1, 1-6, 3-16, MeV In pretty good shape OV3-3MEO (362x4488,81 o ) 8/’66-9/’67 PRO: >105 MeV prots (c/s only) ELE: MeV, 9 channels In pretty good shape S3-3MEO (236x8048,97.5 o ) PRO: 80 keV-15.5 MeV (5 ch), >60 MeV (c/s only) ELE: 12 keV-1.6 MeV (12 ch) In pretty good shape Pitch-angle problem OV1-19MEO (250x3111,104.8 o ) 3/’69-3/’70 PRO: >9 to >130 MeV (7 omni ch) MeV (4 dE/dx ch, 13 LEPS ch) ELE: MeV (24 ch) MagES level 2 All others level 1

3 Overview of Existing Data Sets (cont.) Data SetOrbit/DurationChannelsStatus PolarPolar, Electron and proton science instruments: HIST, IES, IPS, MICS, HYDRA In pretty good shape CRRESGTO, <2 yrs Electron and proton science instruments: PROTEL, HEEF, MEA, (LEPA) In pretty good shape Contamination in the inner zone TSX-5LEO, 400 x 1700 km, 67 deg incl. June Jul 2006 CEASE (dosimeter & telescope) Protons: 20 – 100 MeV, 4 integral channel Electrons: 0.06 – 4 MeV, 5 integral channels Developing inversion techniques to maximize spectral information APEXLEO, 362x2500 km, 70 o ’94-’96 Dosimeter Electrons: >0.25, >1.0, >2.0, >5.0 MeV Protons: > 5, >20, >35, >35 MeV Broad channels with cross contamination GPSMEO, decades Dosimeter type channels, electrons only Flux conversion TBR LANL GEOGEO, decades Electrons, protons eV – MeV, many channels In pretty good shape GOESGEO, decades Few electron channels, many proton channels (until GOES 13) In pretty good shape DSP-21GEO Aug 2001 onward CEASE (dosimeter & telescope) Protons: 20 – 100 MeV, 4 integral chans Electrons: 0.06 – 4 MeV, 5 integral chans Developing inversion techniques to maximize spectral information


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