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ACE Solar Energetic Particle Ionic Charge Analyzer (SEPICA) Energetic Ion Flux Intensities Values and Uncertainties, Level 2 (H2), 1 h Data
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This Data Product contains Measurements from the ACE Solar Energetic Particle Ionic Charge Analyzer (SEPICA) Instrument. SEPICA is used to determine the Charge State Distribution of Energetic Particle Distributions. SEPICA is designed to measure the Ionic Charge State, Q, the Kinetic Energy, E, and the Nuclear Charge, Z, of Energetic Ions above 0.2 MeV/n. This includes Ions accelerated in Solar Flares as well as in Interplanetary Space during Energetic Storm Particle (ESP) Events and Co-rotating Interaction Region (CIR) Events. For low Mass Numbers, SEPICA also separates Isotopes such as 3He and 4He. The Quality of the ACE Level 2 Data are such that it is suitable for serious Scientific Study. However, to avoid Confusion and Misunderstanding, it is recommended that Users consult with the appropriate ACE Team Members before publishing Work derived from the Data. The ACE Team has worked hard to ensure that the Level 2 Data are free from Errors, but the Team cannot accept Responsibility for erroneous Data, or for Misunderstandings about how the Data may be used. This is especially true if the appropriate ACE Team Members are not consulted before Publication. At the very least, Preprints should be forwarded to the ACE Team before Publication.
E.S. Moebius, Please acknowledge the Principal Investigator, E.S. Moebius, University of New Hampshire See the Rules of Use available from the ACE Science Center at http://www.srl.caltech.edu/ace/asc/level2/policy_lvl2.html.
Popecki, M., Klecker, B., Kistler, L., and E. MÃ¶bius
2022-01-01T00:00:00
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Calibrated
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EnergeticParticles
IonComposition
1997-10-08T00:00:00.000
-P14D
The Data become available about two Weeks after Observation
PT1H
Heliosphere
Heliosphere.Inner
Heliosphere.NearEarth
Level 2 Files produced prior to the Production of Version 4 Data used SEPICA Matrix and Sectored Rates alone. The Problem with this, is that the Matrix and Sectored Rates alone cannot be used to take into account the Results of Trails moving out of the Box Definitions in the Data Processing Unit (DPU). The Version 4 SEPICA Data are the first Version of the Level 2 Files created by using the more advanced Pulse Height Analysis/Basic Rate Normalization Method. The Software producing these Files could not reliably track Large-Scale Pressure Changes and it was possible for Trail Contamination across Boxes to occur. Version 5 takes into account Changes in Pressure and reliably keeps the proper Trails in the proper Boxes, but a Bug introduced in Version 5 Generation Code caused the Boxes to give improper Flux Readings for He5, He6, He7, and He8. The Version 6 SEPICA Data are virtually identical to the Version 5 SEPICA Data except for the Removal of the aforementioned Bug. Helium Rates: Two Helium Rates have special Significance because they include the Ions from the internal Americium 241 (Am241) Calibration Source in SEPICA. These are the Helium 4 Calibration (He4cal) Rate and the Helium Calibration Alpha Particle Check (HeCAck) Rate. The Difference between them is that HeCAck bounds the Alpha Particle Peak much more closely than He4cal. On Quiet Days, Alpha Particles from the Am241 Calibration Source dominate the Instrument Counting Rate. Excluding the He4cal Rate from a Spectrum substantially eliminates Contamination by the Calibration Alpha Particles. Alternatively, the external Helium Rate in He4cal may be calculated by subtracting an average Value of He4cal obtained on Quiet Days. Also beware that the He8 Data spans the Energy per Nucleon Ranges He3, He4cal and He5 Channels to provide a Helium Flux with a Mean Energy of 1.4 MeV/n. He8 also includes the Contribution from the Calibration Alpha Particle Rate. Heavy Ion Rates in the Solid State Detector (SSD) High-Gain Mode: When the Solid State Detectors are in High-Gain Mode instead of Low-Gain Mode, the maximum measurable Energy decreases. This enhances Detection of Helium at the Expense of High Energy Heavy Ions. The following Rates are available when the SSDs are in High-Gain Mode: Hydrogen - H1, H2, H3, Carbon - ClowE, C1, C2, Helium - He1, He2, He3, He4cal, He5, He6, He8, HeCAck, Oxygen - O1, O2, Neon - Ne1, Magnesium - Mg1, Iron - Fe1. In the Period from Year 2000, Day 070 to Year 2000, Day 318, the Instrument was in High-Gain Mode. Low Energy (lowE) Rates: The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
Epoch Time
Epoch
Epoch Time, Beginning of Interval
Average Type: standard This Parameter exhibits an increasing Monotonic Progression.
PT1H
ms
1.0e-3>s
Epoch
E14.8
6.2987652219904e+13
6.3745034619904e+13
LinearScale
01-Jan-1996 00:00:00.000
01-Jan-2020 00:00:00.000
-1.0e+31
Temporal
Time PB5
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Time_PB5
Time PB5, Time of Observation, Year, Day, and Milliseconds of Day
This Parameter exhibits an increasing Monotonic Progression.
PT1H
LinearScale
3
Year
1
a
1997
2020
year
1997
2020
Day of Year (Jan 1 = Day 1)
2
d
1
366
day
1
366
Elapsed seconds of day
3
s
0
86400
sec
0
86400
-2147483648
Temporal
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
H1
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H1, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
H_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
NumberFlux
1
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
H2
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H2, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.94 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
H_0.86-1.94 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
NumberFlux
1
0.86
1.94
MeV/n
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
H3
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H3, 1.94 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
H_1.94-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
NumberFlux
1
1.94
3.07
MeV/n
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_H1
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H1, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_H_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
1
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_H2
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H2, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.94 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_H_0.86-1.94 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
1
0.86
1.94
MeV/n
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, H3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_H3
Hydrogen Flux Intensity, Channel H3, 1.94 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_H_1.94-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Proton
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
1
1.94
3.07
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He1
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He1, 0.40 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_0.40-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
0.40
0.64
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He2
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He2, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.88 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_0.64-0.88 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
0.64
0.88
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He3
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He3, 0.88 MeV/n to 1.19 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_0.88-1.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
0.88
1.19
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He4cal
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He4cal
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He4cal, 1.19 MeV/n to 1.49 MeV/n
Two Helium Rates have special Significance because they include the Ions from the internal Americium 241 (Am241) Calibration Source in SEPICA. These are the Helium 4 Calibration (He4cal) Rate and the Helium Calibration Alpha Particle Check (HeCAck) Rate. The Difference between them is that HeCAck bounds the Alpha Particle Peak much more closely than He4cal. On Quiet Days, Alpha Particles from the Am241 Calibration Source dominate the Instrument Counting Rate. Excluding the He4cal Rate from a Spectrum substantially eliminates Contamination by the Calibration Alpha Particles. Alternatively, the external Helium Rate in He4cal may be calculated by subtracting an average Value of He4cal obtained on Quiet Days.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He4cal_1.19-1.49 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
1.19
1.49
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He5
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He5
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He5, 1.49 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_1.49-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
1.49
1.92
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He6
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He6
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He6, 1.92 MeV/n to 3.06 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_1.92-3.06 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
1.92
3.06
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He7
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He7
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He7, 3.06 MeV/n to 6.00 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_3.06-6.00 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
3.06
6.00
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He8
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
He8
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He8, 0.88 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n
The He8 Data spans the Energy per Nucleon Ranges He3, He4cal and He5 Channels to provide a Helium Flux with a Mean Energy of 1.4 MeV/n. He8 also includes the Contribution from the Calibration Alpha Particle Rate.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
He_0.88-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
0.88
1.92
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, HeCAck
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
HeCAck
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel HeCAck, 1.15 MeV/n to 1.50 MeV/n
Two Helium Rates have special Significance because they include the Ions from the internal Americium 241 (Am241) Calibration Source in SEPICA. These are the Helium 4 Calibration (He4cal) Rate and the Helium Calibration Alpha Particle Check (HeCAck) Rate. The Difference between them is that HeCAck bounds the Alpha Particle Peak much more closely than He4cal. On Quiet Days, Alpha Particles from the Am241 Calibration Source dominate the Instrument Counting Rate. Excluding the He4cal Rate from a Spectrum substantially eliminates Contamination by the Calibration Alpha Particles. Alternatively, the external Helium Rate in He4cal may be calculated by subtracting an average Value of He4cal obtained on Quiet Days.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
HeCAck_1.15-1.50 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+06
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
2
1.15
1.50
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He1
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He1, 0.40 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_0.40-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
0.40
0.64
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He2
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He2, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.88 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_0.64-0.88 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
0.64
0.88
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He3
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He3, 0.88 MeV/n to 1.19 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_0.88-1.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
0.88
1.19
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He4cal, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He4cal
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He4cal, 1.19 MeV/n to 1.49 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
Two Helium Rates have special Significance because they include the Ions from the internal Americium 241 (Am241) Calibration Source in SEPICA. These are the Helium 4 Calibration (He4cal) Rate and the Helium Calibration Alpha Particle Check (HeCAck) Rate. The Difference between them is that HeCAck bounds the Alpha Particle Peak much more closely than He4cal. On Quiet Days, Alpha Particles from the Am241 Calibration Source dominate the Instrument Counting Rate. Excluding the He4cal Rate from a Spectrum substantially eliminates Contamination by the Calibration Alpha Particles. Alternatively, the external Helium Rate in He4cal may be calculated by subtracting an average Value of He4cal obtained on Quiet Days.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He4cal_1.19-1.49 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
1.19
1.49
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He5, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He5
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He5, 1.49 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_1.49-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
1.49
1.92
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He6, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He6
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He6, 1.92 MeV/n to 3.06 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_1.92-3.06 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
1.92
3.06
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He7, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He7
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He7, 3.06 MeV/n to 6.00 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_3.06-6.00 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
3.06
6.00
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, He8, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_He8
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel He8, 0.88 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
The He8 Data spans the Energy per Nucleon Ranges He3, He4cal and He5 Channels to provide a Helium Flux with a Mean Energy of 1.4 MeV/n. He8 also includes the Contribution from the Calibration Alpha Particle Rate.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_He_0.88-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
0.88
1.92
MeV/n
Helium Flux Intensity, HeCAck, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_HeCAck
Helium Flux Intensity, Channel HeCAck, 1.15 MeV/n to 1.50 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
Two Helium Rates have special Significance because they include the Ions from the internal Americium 241 (Am241) Calibration Source in SEPICA. These are the Helium 4 Calibration (He4cal) Rate and the Helium Calibration Alpha Particle Check (HeCAck) Rate. The Difference between them is that HeCAck bounds the Alpha Particle Peak much more closely than He4cal. On Quiet Days, Alpha Particles from the Am241 Calibration Source dominate the Instrument Counting Rate. Excluding the He4cal Rate from a Spectrum substantially eliminates Contamination by the Calibration Alpha Particles. Alternatively, the external Helium Rate in He4cal may be calculated by subtracting an average Value of He4cal obtained on Quiet Days.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_HeCAck_1.15-1.50 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
2
1.15
1.50
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, ClowE
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
ClowE
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel ClowE, 0.33 MeV/n to 0.44 MeV/n
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Clo_0.33-0.44 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
0.33
0.44
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C1
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C1, 0.45 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_0.45-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
0.45
0.64
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C2
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C2, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_0.64-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
0.64
0.86
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C3
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C4
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.06 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_1.93-3.06 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
1.93
3.06
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C5
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C5
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C5, 3.10 MeV/n to 7.15 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_3.10-7.15 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
3.10
7.15
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C6
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
C6
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C6, 7.15 MeV/n to 11.75 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
C_7.15-11.75 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+08
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
6
7.15
11.75
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, ClowE, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_ClowE
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel ClowE, 0.33 MeV/n to 0.44 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Clo_0.33-0.44 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
0.33
0.44
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C1
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C1, 0.45 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_0.45-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
0.45
0.64
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C2
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C2, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_0.64-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
0.64
0.86
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C3
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C4
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.06 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_1.93-3.06 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
1.93
3.06
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C5, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C5
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C5, 3.10 MeV/n to 7.15 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_3.10-7.15 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
3.10
7.15
MeV/n
Carbon Flux Intensity, C6, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_C6
Carbon Flux Intensity, Channel C6, 7.15 MeV/n to 11.75 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_C_7.15-11.75 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
6
7.15
11.75
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N1
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N1, 0.36 MeV/n to 0.49 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_0.36-0.49 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
0.36
0.49
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N2
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N2, 0.49 MeV/n to 1.74 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_0.49-1.74 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
0.49
1.74
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N3
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N3, 1.74 MeV/n to 2.60 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_1.74-2.60 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
1.74
2.60
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N4
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N4, 2.60 MeV/n to 3.46 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_2.6-3.46 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
2.60
3.46
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N5
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N5
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N5, 3.46 MeV/n to 7.73 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_3.46-7.73 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
3.46
7.73
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N6
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
N6
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N6, 7.73 MeV/n to 12.28 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
N_7.73-12.28 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
7
7.73
12.28
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N1
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N1, 0.36 MeV/n to 0.49 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_0.36-0.49 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
0.36
0.49
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N2
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N2, 0.49 MeV/n to 1.74 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_0.49-1.74 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
0.49
1.74
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N3
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N3, 1.74 MeV/n to 2.60 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_1.74-2.60 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
1.74
2.60
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N4
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N4, 2.60 MeV/n to 3.46 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_2.6-3.46 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
2.60
3.46
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N5, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N5
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N5, 3.46 MeV/n to 7.73 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_3.46-7.73 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
3.46
7.73
MeV/n
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, N6, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_N6
Nitrogen Flux Intensity, Channel N6, 7.73 MeV/n to 12.28 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_N_7.73-12.28 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
7
7.73
12.28
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, OlowE
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
OlowE
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel OlowE, 0.05 MeV/n to 0.43 MeV/n
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Olo_0.05-0.43 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
0.05
0.43
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
O1
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O1, 0.43 MeV/n to 0.65 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
O_0.43-0.65 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
0.43
0.65
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
O2
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O2, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
O_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
O3
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
O_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
O4
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
O_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
1.93
3.07
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O5
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
O5
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O5, 3.08 MeV/n to 7.19 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
O_3.08-7.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
8
3.08
7.19
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, OlowE, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_OlowE
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel OlowE, 0.05 MeV/n to 0.43 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Olo_0.05-0.43 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
0.05
0.43
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_O1
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O1, 0.43 MeV/n to 0.65 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_O_0.43-0.65 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
0.43
0.65
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_O2
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O2, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_O_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_O3
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_O_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_O4
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_O_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
1.93
3.07
MeV/n
Oxygen Flux Intensity, O5, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_O5
Oxygen Flux Intensity, Channel O5, 3.08 MeV/n to 7.19 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_O_3.08-7.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
8
3.08
7.19
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Ne1
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne1, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Ne_0.64-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
10
0.64
0.86
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Ne2
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne2, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.94 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Ne_0.86-1.94 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
10
0.86
1.94
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Ne3
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne3, 1.94 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Ne_1.94-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
10
1.94
3.07
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Ne4
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne4, 3.07 MeV/n to 7.19 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Ne_3.07-7.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
10
3.07
7.19
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Ne1
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne1, 0.64 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Ne_0.64-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
10
0.64
0.86
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Ne2
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne2, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.94 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Ne_0.86-1.94 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
10
0.86
1.94
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Ne3
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne3, 1.94 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Ne_1.94-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
10
1.94
3.07
MeV/n
Neon Flux Intensity, Ne4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Ne4
Neon Flux Intensity, Channel Ne4, 3.07 MeV/n to 7.19 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Ne_3.07-7.19 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
10
3.07
7.19
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Mg1
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg1, 0.81 MeV/n to 0.90 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Mg_0.81-0.90 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
12
0.81
0.90
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Mg2
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg2, 0.90 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Mg_0.90-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
12
0.90
1.92
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Mg3
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg3, 1.92 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Mg_1.92-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
12
1.92
3.07
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Mg4
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg4, 3.07 MeV/n to 6.02 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Mg_3.07-6.02 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
12
3.07
6.02
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Mg1
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg1, 0.81 MeV/n to 0.90 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Mg_0.81-0.90 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
12
0.81
0.90
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Mg2
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg2, 0.90 MeV/n to 1.92 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Mg_0.90-1.92 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
12
0.90
1.92
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Mg3
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg3, 1.92 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Mg_1.92-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
12
1.92
3.07
MeV/n
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Mg4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Mg4
Magnesium Flux Intensity, Channel Mg4, 3.07 MeV/n to 6.02 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Mg_3.07-6.02 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
12
3.07
6.02
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Si1
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si1, 0.76 MeV/n to 0.89 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Si_0.76-0.89 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
14
0.76
0.89
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Si2
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si2, 0.89 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Si_0.89-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
14
0.89
1.93
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Si3
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si3, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Si_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
14
1.93
3.07
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Si4
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si4, 3.07 MeV/n to 5.24 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Si_3.07-5.24 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
100000.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
14
3.07
5.24
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Si1
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si1, 0.76 MeV/n to 0.89 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Si_0.76-0.89 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
14
0.76
0.89
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Si2
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si2, 0.89 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Si_0.89-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
14
0.89
1.93
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Si3
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si3, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Si_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
14
1.93
3.07
MeV/n
Silicon Flux Intensity, Si4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Si4
Silicon Flux Intensity, Channel Si4, 3.07 MeV/n to 5.24 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Si_3.07-5.24 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0001
10.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
14
3.07
5.24
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, FeloE
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
FeloE
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel FeloE, 0.12 MeV/n to 0.43 MeV/n
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Felo_0.12-0.43 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
26
0.12
0.43
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe1
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Fe1
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe1, 0.43 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Fe_0.43-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
26
0.43
0.64
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe2
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Fe2
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe2, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Fe_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
26
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe3
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Fe3
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Fe_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
26
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe4
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
Fe4
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n
PT1H
(cm^2 s sr MeV/n)^-1
6.24161e-19>(m^2 s sr J/n)^-1
TimeSeries
Fe_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
0.0
1.0e+07
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
NumberFlux
26
1.93
3.07
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, FeloE, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_FeloE
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel FeloE, 0.12 MeV/n to 0.43 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
Low Energy (lowE) Rates - The Rates with the lowE Designation should always be used with Caution. These Rates may be contaminated by other Ions, and the Level of Contamination may depend on the Pressure in the Proportional Counter. The Reason for this is as follows. The Instrument consists of a Proportional Counter/Solid State Detector Telescope. Ion Species are identified by the Energy they deposit in each Detector. At certain low Energies, the Ion Species are difficult to distinguish from one another. The lowE Rates extend as far as possible into this Energy Range. As the Pressure Changes, the Limiting Energy for Species Identification changes somewhat and the Automatic Flux Calculation Algorithm may improperly include other Species.
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Felo_0.12-0.43 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
26
0.12
0.43
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe1, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Fe1
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe1, 0.43 MeV/n to 0.64 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Fe_0.43-0.64 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
26
0.43
0.64
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe2, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Fe2
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe2, 0.65 MeV/n to 0.86 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Fe_0.65-0.86 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
26
0.65
0.86
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe3, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Fe3
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe3, 0.86 MeV/n to 1.93 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Fe_0.86-1.93 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
26
0.86
1.93
MeV/n
Iron Flux Intensity, Fe4, Uncertainty
Time Series defined by using: EPOCH
unc_Fe4
Iron Flux Intensity, Channel Fe4, 1.93 MeV/n to 3.07 MeV/n, Fractional Uncertainty
PT1H
TimeSeries
unc_Fe_1.93-3.07 MeV/n
E11.4
LogScale
1.0e-5
1.0
-1.0e+31
Ion
Scalar
Uncertainty
NumberFlux
26
1.93
3.07
MeV/n