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ACE Definitive Orbit, Daily Values, in GSE and J2000 GCI Coordinates

(2022). ACE Definitive Orbit, Daily Values, in GSE and J2000 GCI Coordinates [Data set]. NASA Space Physics Data Facility. https://doi.org/10.48322/mh1w-x115. Accessed on .

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spase://NASA/NumericalData/ACE/Ephemeris/Definitive/P1D

Description

ACE Definitive Orbit, in Geocentric Solar Ecliptic, GSE, and J2000 Geocentric Ecliptic, GCI, Coordinates. Data in GCI and RTN Coordinates are received Daily by the ACE Science Center, ASC, from the ACE Flight Dynamics Facility, FDF, at GSFC. ASC transforms the Data into the other Coordinate Systems. The Data are reported for the Beginning and End of each DSN Telemetry Pass, and also for the Beginning and End of each Spacecraft Maneuver during a DSN Pass. Because the Attitude and Orbit of the ACE Spacecraft change relatively slowly, the FDF does not provide the Data on finer Time Scales.

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ResourceID
spase://NASA/NumericalData/ACE/Ephemeris/Definitive/P1D
ResourceHeader
ResourceName
ACE Definitive Orbit, Daily Values, in GSE and J2000 GCI Coordinates
DOI
https://doi.org/10.48322/mh1w-x115
ReleaseDate
2022-08-19 12:34:56.789
RevisionHistory
RevisionEvent
ReleaseDate
2021-04-27 15:38:11
Note
Only known prior ReleaseDate of the metadata
RevisionEvent
ReleaseDate
2022-08-19 12:34:56.789
Note
Added DOI and PublicationInfo minted by JMW on 20220808, updated one InformationURL URL, updated the RepositoryID, updated the SPDF MetadataContact Person to Robert M. Candey, metadata updated to SPASE 2.4.1, reviewed by LFB 20220819
Description

ACE Definitive Orbit, in Geocentric Solar Ecliptic, GSE, and J2000 Geocentric Ecliptic, GCI, Coordinates. Data in GCI and RTN Coordinates are received Daily by the ACE Science Center, ASC, from the ACE Flight Dynamics Facility, FDF, at GSFC. ASC transforms the Data into the other Coordinate Systems. The Data are reported for the Beginning and End of each DSN Telemetry Pass, and also for the Beginning and End of each Spacecraft Maneuver during a DSN Pass. Because the Attitude and Orbit of the ACE Spacecraft change relatively slowly, the FDF does not provide the Data on finer Time Scales.

Acknowledgement
E.C. Stone, Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, E. C. Stone, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. See the Rules of Use available from the ACE Science Center at: http://www.srl.caltech.edu/ACE/ASC/level2/policy_lvl2.html.
PublicationInfo
Authors
ACE flight operations team (FOT), and R. Candey
PublicationDate
2022-01-01 00:00:00
PublishedBy
NASA Space Physics Data Facility
Contacts
RolePerson
1.PrincipalInvestigatorspase://SMWG/Person/Edward.C.Stone.Jr
2.MetadataContactspase://SMWG/Person/Robert.M.Candey
3.MetadataContactspase://SMWG/Person/Lee.Frost.Bargatze
4.MetadataContactspase://SMWG/Person/James.M.Weygand
InformationURL
Name
ACE Attitude and Orbit Data Website
URL
Description

ACE Attitude and Orbit Data Release Notes and Information

InformationURL
Name
Satellite Situation Center, SSCWeb, System and Services
URL
Description

The Satellite Situation Center Web, SSCWeb, Service has been developed and is operated jointly by the NASA/GSFC Space Physics Data Facility, SPDF, and the National Space Science Data Center, NSSDC, to support a Range of NASA Science Programs and to fulfill Key International NASA Responsibilities including those of NSSDC and the World Data Center-A for Rockets and Satellites. The Software and associated Database of SSCWeb together form a System to cast Geocentric Spacecraft Location Information into a Framework of Empirical Geophysical Regions and Mappings of Spacecraft Locations along Lines of the Earth's Magnetic Field. This Capability is one Key to Mission Science Planning, both Single Missions and Coordinated Observations of Multiple Spacecraft with Ground-Based Investigations, and to subsequent Multi-Mission Data Analysis.

PriorIDs
spase://VSPO/NumericalData/ACE/Ephemeris/Definitive/P1D
AccessInformation
RepositoryID
Availability
Online
AccessRights
Open
AccessURL
Name
FTPS from SPDF (not with most browsers)
URL
Description

Access to Data in CDF Format via ftp from SPDF

AccessURL
Name
HTTPS from SPDF
URL
Description

Access to Data in CDF Format via http from SPDF

AccessURL
Name
CDAWeb
URL
ProductKey
AC_OR_DEF
Description

Access to ASCII, CDF, and plots via NASA/GSFC CDAWeb

Format
CDF
Encoding
None
Acknowledgement
E.C. Stone, Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, E. C. Stone, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. See the Rules of Use available from the ACE Science Center at: http://www.srl.caltech.edu/ACE/ASC/level2/policy_lvl2.html. Please acknowledge the data providers and CDAWeb when using these data.
AccessInformation
RepositoryID
Availability
Online
AccessRights
Open
AccessURL
Name
CDAWeb HAPI Server
URL
Style
HAPI
ProductKey
AC_OR_DEF
Description

Web Service to this product using the HAPI interface.

Format
CSV
Acknowledgement
E.C. Stone, Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, E. C. Stone, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. See the Rules of Use available from the ACE Science Center at: http://www.srl.caltech.edu/ACE/ASC/level2/policy_lvl2.html. Please acknowledge the data providers and CDAWeb when using these data.
ProcessingLevel
Calibrated
InstrumentIDs
MeasurementType
Ephemeris
TemporalDescription
TimeSpan
StartDate
1997-08-26 00:00:00.000
RelativeStopDate
-P1D
Cadence
P1D
ObservedRegion
Heliosphere
ObservedRegion
Heliosphere.NearEarth
ObservedRegion
Heliosphere.Inner
Parameter #1
Name
Epoch Time
ParameterKey
Epoch
Description

Time, Beginning of Interval

Caveats
Average Type: standard This parameter exhibits an increasing monotonic progression.
Cadence
P1D
Units
ms
UnitsConversion
1e-3>s
RenderingHints
AxisLabel
Epoch
ValueFormat
E14.8
ScaleMin
6.2987652219904e+13
ScaleMax
6.3745034619904e+13
ScaleType
LinearScale
ValidMin
01-Jan-1996 00:00:00.000
ValidMax
01-Jan-2020 00:00:00.000
FillValue
-1.0e+31
Support
SupportQuantity
Temporal
Parameter #2
Name
Spacecraft Position, GSE
Set
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
ParameterKey
GSE_POS
Description

ACE Spacecraft Position, GSE Cartesian Coordinates

Caveats
ACE Spacecraft Position, three Components in GSE Coordinates Average Type: standard
Cadence
P1D
Units
km
UnitsConversion
1e3>m
CoordinateSystem
CoordinateRepresentation
Cartesian
CoordinateSystemName
GSE
RenderingHints
DisplayType
TimeSeries
ValueFormat
F10.1
Structure
Size
3
Element
Name
X_GSE
Index
1
ValidMin
-3.0e+06
ValidMax
3.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-3.0e+06
ScaleMax
3.0e+06
Element
Name
Y_GSE
Index
2
ValidMin
-2.0e+06
ValidMax
2.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-2.0e+06
ScaleMax
2.0e+06
Element
Name
Z_GSE
Index
3
ValidMin
-2.0e+06
ValidMax
2.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-2.0e+06
ScaleMax
2.0e+06
FillValue
-1.0e+31
Support
Qualifier
Vector
SupportQuantity
Positional
Parameter #3
Name
Spacecraft Position, J2000 GCI
Set
Time series defined by using: EPOCH
ParameterKey
GCI_POS
Description

ACE Spacecraft Position, J2000 GCI Cartesian Coordinates

Caveats
ACE Spacecraft Position, three Components in J2000 GCI Coordinates Average Type: standard
Cadence
P1D
Units
km
UnitsConversion
1e3>m
CoordinateSystem
CoordinateRepresentation
Cartesian
CoordinateSystemName
GEI
RenderingHints
DisplayType
TimeSeries
ValueFormat
F10.1
Structure
Size
3
Element
Name
X_GCI
Index
1
ValidMin
-3.0e+06
ValidMax
3.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-3.0e+06
ScaleMax
3.0e+06
Element
Name
Y_GCI
Index
2
ValidMin
-2.0e+06
ValidMax
2.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-2.0e+06
ScaleMax
2.0e+06
Element
Name
Z_GCI
Index
3
ValidMin
-2.0e+06
ValidMax
2.0e+06
RenderingHints
ScaleMin
-2.0e+06
ScaleMax
2.0e+06
FillValue
-1.0e+31
Support
Qualifier
Vector
SupportQuantity
Positional