SPACE WEATHER: Data Product Descriptions

Instrument Measurement Energy Cadence
EMFISIS/MAG Vector Magnetic Field N/A 1 vector/12 seconds
EMFISIS/Waves VLF Wave Power N/A Electric field spectral density at 3 frequencies every 12 seconds;
Magnetic field spectral density at 3 frequencies every 12 seconds
EFW Vector Electric Field N/A 1 vector/spin
Spacecraft Potential N/A Once/spin
ECT/HOPE Electrons 24.54 eV, 281 eV, 10.9 keV, 42.9 keV** Once/24 seconds*

* Ions and electrons are sampled alternately every other spin

Protons 24.54 eV, 281 eV, 10.9 keV, 42.9 keV
Oxygen Ions 24.54 eV, 281 eV, 10,9 keV, 42.9 keV
Helium Ions 24.54 eV, 281 eV, 10.9 keV, 42.9 keV
ECT/MagEIS Energetic Electrons 30 keV, 60 keV, 100 keV, 300 keV, 600 keV, 1 MeV, 2 MeV Once/spin
Energetic Protons 1 MeV
ECT/REPT Very Energetic Electrons 2 MeV, 5 MeV, 10 MeV Once/spin
Energetic Protons >20 MeV, >50 MeV, >70 MeV
RBSPICE Energetic Protons 50 keV, 100 keV, 150 keV, 300 keV, 1 MeV, 10 MeV Once/spin
PSBR/RPS Energetic Protons >50 MeV, >400 MeV Once/1 seconds
Dosimeter Data Linear and Log outputs (Volts)

** ECT/HOPE has 16 different energy sweep tables, with table 0 being the nominal sweep.
Picking data off for space weather is based solely on the step number within the in-use sweep
table, so when HOPE is not using the nominal table (table 0) the selected energies may not be 25,
300, 10k, and 40kev. The ESA sweep table that was in use when the space weather data was
generated is reported in the ESA_TABLE field included in each packet.



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