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Space Radiation Expert Service Centre

The mission of the Space Radiation ESC (R-ESC) is to provide and develop the functionalities, capabilities and expertise in the domain of Space Radiation that are needed within the ESA SSA SWE network to achieve as a collaborative enterprise its mission of demonstrating and assessing the influences of Space Weather and informing and supporting end users through the provision of accurate, reliable and timely products and (pre-) operational services, tailored to their requirements.
The Space Radiation ESC ensures that the monitoring, modelling and forecasting of space particle radiation (ambient plasma, solar energetic particles, radiation belts, galactic cosmic rays), micron-size particulates (from meteoroids and space debris), as well as all types of phenomena induced effects on technologies and biological systems, are fully covered in regard to the near-Earth space environment.

This page provides access to the latest data, products and analysis tools from the SSA SWE Space Radiation Expert Service Centre.

Latest data
Latest Ground Level Enhancement Alerts[ANeMoS]

Current cosmic radiation map[AVIDOS]

ESC tools and products
  • COronal Mass Ejections and Solar Energetic Particles (COMESEP) Alert System
  • Radiation dosimetry for aviation
  • Ground Level Enhancement (GLE) event alert
  • Multi-station Neutron Monitor data
  • PROBA-V / EPT e, p, He flux (spectra time series, geographical maps)
  • PROBA-V / EPT energy spectra (auroral electron, SAA p and He)

  • Coming soon
  • PROBA-V / EPT e, p, He (static radiation models)
  • Very high-energy SEP environment (proton fluence, proton peak flux)
  • SEP event catalogue

  • Coming soon
  • High-energy SEP environment (heavy ion fluence)
  • Space Environment Information System
  • Space Environment Data System
  • European Debris Impact Database
  • Electron population models (MEO and GEO)

  • Coming soon
  • Electron population model (LEO)
  • SREM data on Proba-1, Integral, Rosetta, Herschel, Planck
  • Plasmasphere electron density distribution model
  • Radiation and accumulated doses at ISS
  • SEP post-event analysis for aviation radiation exposure
  • Risk indicator panel
  • GOES-15 internal charging current
  • GOES-15 total ionizing dose & dose rate
  • GOES-15 radiation environment
  • GOES-14 internal charging current
  • GOES-14 total ionizing dose and dose rate
  • GOES-14 radiation environment
  • GIOVE-A internal charging current
  • GIOVE-A total ionizing dose and dose rate
  • GIOVE-A radiation environment
  • Slot Region internal charging current
  • Slot Region total ionizing dose and dose rate
  • Slot Region radiation environment
  • MOSWOC forecast
  • Forecaster summary
  • Best reconstruction of the radiation environment
  • Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling (SEPEM) Application Server
Coming soon:
  • DYnamic Atmospheric Shower Tracking Interactive Model Application
Under maintenance:
  • Space Environment System for Mission Operations
General applications
  • SWE Data Browsing and Analysis
ESC Coordinator
Norma Crosby (BIRA-IASB)
Participating Expert Groups
Radiation Hardness Assurance and Space Weather (RAS)
Seibersdorf Laboratories Gmbh, Austria
Space Physics Division (BIRA-IASB)
Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Belgium
Athens Neutron Monitor Station (ANeMoS)
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Center for Space Radiations (CSR)
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Department Radiation Biology (DLR-IAM)
DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Germany
Space Research Laboratory (SRL)
University of Turku, Finland
Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL)
University College London, United Kingdom
Paul Buehler
CSDRadConsultancy Ltd
United Kingdom
University of Surrey (UoS)
Guildford, United Kingdom
Guenther Reitz
National Observatory of Athens (NOA)
Athens, Greece
German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ)
Potsdam, Germany
UK Met Office (Met Office)
United Kingdom