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Spacecraft Operation - Post event analysis


The proton flux measured by SOHO/ERNE and observed GOES SXR flux
during the SEP event during the 13 December 2006 SEP event.

 

The service “Spacecraft Operation - Post event analysis” aims to provide the possibility to correlate a particular spacecraft effect experienced during the operation of a spacecraft with space environment data. To obtain a quantitative assessment of the space environment at a given time in the past, the ESA Space Weather Service Network provides an archive of the monitoring of phenomena that can lead to potentially hazardous and sudden effects on spacecraft (e.g. magnetic storms, substorms, high-speed streams, solar energetic particle events, Earth-directed CMEs, meteor streams, and debris clouds). The space environment data near the location of the spacecraft can then be compared to specific spacecraft conditions in terms of the observed effects or anomalies.

The service is intended for personnel such as spacecraft operators who want to understand the cause of observed effects or anomalies in spacecraft (e.g. SEE, ESD, errors in magnetorquing and sudden drag-induced orbit changes in LEO) in order to take the necessary precautions in case similar space weather conditions occur again, and and use this information for future spacecraft models or versions.

This service is implemented through a combination of products and tools which can be found through the following tabs along with expert support provided by the teams constituting the ESA Space Weather Service Network. Should you require further guidance in the use of this service, or have specific questions about any aspects of the service presented here, don’t hesitate to contact the Helpdesk.

 

A set of models and in-orbit sensor datasets are provided with the help of tools and products such as:

  • measurements and derived data products from the Energetic Particle Telescope (EPT) on PROBA-V;
  • measurements and derived data products from the Standard Radiation Environment Monitors (SREM) on Proba-1, Integral, Rosetta, Herschel and Planck;
  • the Space Research Laboratory Solar Energetic Particles (UTU-SEP) products provide access to a high energy SEP event list as well as the calculation of the expected high energy proton fluence and worst-case proton flux for a specific mission length due to SEPs;
  • the European Debris Impact Database (EDID) provides data processing and dissemination functions for measurements from European debris and meteoroid impact detectors;
  • the Space Environment Data System (SEDAT) allows engineering analyses to be carried out on datasets related to the spacecraft charged particle environments;
  • the Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling application (SEPEM) allowing solar energetic particle statistical analyses on an extended set of cross-calibrated data;
  • the Space Weather Data Browsing and Analysis (SWE Data) provides access to space weather environment data.
  • SaRIF provides colour-coded risk indicators showing the risk from internal charging and total ionising dose for the outer radiation belt and slot region, as well as a recontruction of these environments;
  • the Solar Influences Data analysis Center (SIDC) Solarmap allows the user to display solar features (such as sunspots, coronal holes, filaments, etc.) on the solar disc, and navigate back and forth in time;
  • the Space Environment Information System (SPENVIS) coupling several empirical and engineering models of the space environment and its effects on spacecraft or components based on a mission plan;


This service page is curated by the ESC Space Radiation. For further information, please contact SSCC Helpdesk

Transient space weather phenomena (e.g. solar flares, coronal mass ejections, solar energetic particles, ...) can cause sudden and large changes in the space environment. Although spacecraft, equipment and components are designed to operate in this harsh and changing environment, space weather events can still cause anomalous behavior. In particular, an increase can occur in:

  • rates of destructive and non-destructive single event effects;
  • surface potentials;
  • internal charging levels;
  • dose and non-ionising energy loss degradation;
  • magnetic torque deviations;
  • drag causing orbit alteration;
  • EM interference;
  • comminucation distruptions.

From the Products tab, a range of products can be accessed that provide information on space weather events and the space environment conditions during a specific time in the past. Measurements and detection of solar flares and coronal mass ejections are available from the Solar Influences Data Analysis Center (SIDC) and the Kanzelhöhe Observatory (KSO). Solar wind conditions in the near-Earth environment can be obtained through the Product Browser of the Heliospheric Weather Expert Service Centre (HPARC-PB). A catalogue of very high-energy solar particle events is provided by the University of Turku (UTU). An archive of energetic particle flux measurements (electrons, protons and helium) from the Energetic Particle Telescope (EPT) on board PROBA-V at LEO orbit can be accessed, as well as daily radiation situation reports comparing the measurements from several Standard Radiation Environment Monitors (SREM) in various key regions with reference particle rates are provided. The Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling (SEPEM) application server provides a reference event list for solar energetic protons, a reference data set for protons and helium, and tools to perform solar energetic particle statistical analyses on an extended set of cross-calibrated data. Besides forecasts for spacecraft effects and the radiation environment for the outer radiation belt and slot region, the SaRIF product also provides a post event reconstruction for the energetic electron spectra in those regions based on the BAS-RBM model. An archive of the geomagnetic indices Kp and Ap is provided by the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ).

A large set of measurements can also be accessed through the Space Weather Data Browsing and Analysis (SWE Data) and AMDA web interfaces. The European Debris Impact Database (EDID) contains large database of events measured from debris and meteoroid impact detectors together with includes spacecraft housekeeping data.

In order to understand the specific impact on a spacecraft, a tool such as the Space Environment Information System (SPENVIS) could be considered. This tool allows the execution of a set of space environment models based on a mission scenario. For this specific service, one could for instance look at differences between quiet and active space environment conditions.

A detailed overview of the typical programmatic concerns related to the space environment is provided in the User Manual of the service page for "Spacecraft Design - Environment specification: data archive".

For further information, please contact the SSCC Helpdesk

 

Solar Activity: Data Archives

 

Solar Flares
  • FLARECAST Solar flare forecast
  • UGraz/KSO Solar flare detection archive
  • UGraz/KSO Halpha light curves archive
  • A-EFFort Solar flare forecast
  • SIDC Solar flare forecast archive
CMEs
  • SIDC/CACTus Automated near-real-time CME detection
Coronal Holes
  • Synchronous synoptic maps of the solar corona in the UV and extreme-UV - Archive
  • Maps of thermal properties of the corona
  • SIDC Solarmap
  • SIDC Automated coronal hole detection archive
Solar Disc Magnetic Fields
  • Maps of electric currents in Active Region
International Sunspot number
  • SIDC/SILSO International sunspot number
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • R - sunspot number archive
10.7cm Solar Radio Flux (F10.7)
  • SIDC 10.7cm Solar radio flux (F10.7) forecast archive
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • F10.7 archive
Solar EUV Index (S10.7)
Solar EUV Index (E10.7)
Solar FUV Index (M10.7)
Solar X-ray & UV Index (Y10.7)
Ionospheric Index (IG12)
  • Ionospheric IG index archive
Solar X-ray Flux
  • UGraz/KSO Halpha light curves archive
  • Proba2/LYRA Rescaled latest data
  • GOES/SEM X-Ray Sensor datasets on SEDAT
Solar EUV Integrated Flux
Solar UV Flux

Solar Activity: Models and Reconstruction

 

Solar Flares
CMEs
Coronal Holes
  • Synchronous synoptic maps of the solar corona in the UV and extreme-UV - Nowcast
  • Synchronous synoptic maps of the solar corona in the UV and extreme-UV - Forecast
  • Maps of thermal properties of the corona
Solar Disc Magnetic Fields
  • Maps of electric currents in Active Region
International Sunspot number
  • SIDC/SILSO International sunspot number
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
10.7cm Solar Radio Flux (F10.7)
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Solar EUV Index (S10.7)
Solar EUV Index (E10.7)
Solar FUV Index (M10.7)
Solar X-ray & UV Index (Y10.7)
Ionospheric Index (IG12)
Solar X-ray Flux
Solar EUV Integrated Flux
Solar UV Flux

Interplanetary Medium at L1: Data Archives

 

High Energy >10 MeV Protons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Herschel/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Planck/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • HESPERIA RELeASE
  • HESPERIA UMASEP-500
  • Herschel/SREM radiation rates
  • Planck/SREM radiation rates
High Energy >10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • ACE/SIS dataset on SEDAT
  • Raw ACE/EPAM ions, e, He, O, Fe channels in SEPEM
  • Raw ACE/SIS data in SEPEM
1-10 MeV Protons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Raw ACE/SEPICA data in SEPEM
1-10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Raw ACE/EPAM ions, e, He, O, Fe channels in SEPEM
  • Raw ACE/SEPICA data in SEPEM
0.03-1 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Raw ACE/EPAM ions, e, He, O, Fe channels in SEPEM
  • Raw ACE/SEPICA data in SEPEM
2-50 MeV Solar Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
30 keV-8 MeV Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Raw ACE/EPAM ions, e, He, O, Fe channels in SEPEM
Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF)
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • IMF - Interplanetary magnetic field archive
Solar Wind Bulk Velocity
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Earth [WSA-Enlil]
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Earth [ESWF]
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Earth [STA+CH]
  • Archive - Enhanced 24 hour solar wind forecast [AWR_NXT]
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Solar Wind Bulk Density
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Earth [WSA-Enlil]
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)

Interplanetary Medium at L1: (Near-) Real-time Measurements

 

Solar Wind Bulk Density

Interplanetary Medium at L1: Models and Reconstruction

 

High Energy >10 MeV Protons
  • Statistical long-term plasma products - L1 p>10MeV
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Long-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
  • Very high-energy solar energetic proton fluence
  • Very high-energy solar energetic proton peak flux
  • Solar very high-energy particle event catalogue
  • Very high-energy solar proton event database
High Energy >10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Long-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
  • High-energy solar heavy ion peak flux
1-10 MeV Protons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
1-10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
0.03-1 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
2-50 MeV Solar Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
30 keV-8 MeV Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF)
  • Statistical long-term plasma products - IMF Bx
  • Statistical long-term plasma products - IMF By
  • Statistical long-term plasma products - IMF Bz
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Solar Wind Bulk Velocity
  • Statistical long-term plasma products - Solar Wind Speed
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Solar Wind Bulk Density
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)

Interplanetary Medium Outside L1: Data Archives

 

Solar Energetic Particle Events
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • HELIOS-A and HELIOS-B E6 and E7 datasets on SEDAT
  • Rosetta/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Raw HELIOS1 and Helios2 E6 and E7 data in SEPEM
  • Rosetta/SREM radiation rates
Interplanetary Medium Data
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Mars [WSA-Enlil]
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Mercury [WSA-Enlil]
  • Archive - Solar wind model for Venus [WSA-Enlil]
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • AMPTE-UKS dataset on SEDAT
  • HELIOS-A and HELIOS-B E6 and E7 datasets on SEDAT

Interplanetary Medium Outside L1: Models and Reconstruction

 

Solar Energetic Particle Events
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Interplanetary Medium Data
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Solar wind propagation tool

Magnetospheric Environment: Data Archives

 

Geomagnetic Storm Condition
  • 3-hourly K index: Lerwick, Eskdalemuir, Hartland
     BGS
  • 3-hourly aa index
     BGS
  • 3-hourly Kp index
     BGS
  • 3-hourly ap index
     BGS
  • Daily Aa index
     BGS
  • Daily Ap index
     BGS
  • Swarm Polar Electrojet (PEJ)
  • Swarm Field-Aligned Current (FAC)
Geomagnetic Indices Kp and K
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Kp, K, Ap, A, Dst archives on SEDAT
  • Kp - planetary three-hour magnetic index archive
  • 3-hourly K index: Lerwick, Eskdalemuir, Hartland
     BGS
  • 3-hourly Kp index
     BGS
  • 3-hourly K(GBI) index
     BGS
  • K-index from magnetometer stations in north Europe
  • Most recent definitive Kp index
     GFZ
  • Kp and Ap index archive
     GFZ
  • Hp60 and ap60 index archive
  • Hp30 and ap30 index archive
  • SIDC 3-day K Dourbes forecast archive
Geomagnetic Index Ap and A
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Kp, K, Ap, A, Dst archives on SEDAT
  • Ap - planetary daily magnetic index archive
  • 3-hourly aa index
     BGS
  • 3-hourly ap index
     BGS
  • Daily Aa index
     BGS
  • Daily Ap index
     BGS
  • Kp and Ap index archive
     GFZ
  • Hp30 and ap30 index archive
  • Hp60 and ap60 index archive
Geomagnetic Index Dst
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Kp, K, Ap, A, Dst archives on SEDAT
  • Dst - Disturbance storm time index archive
High Energy >10 MeV Protons
  • PROBA-V/EPT Proton flux spectra time series
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT High-latitude/polar proton flux survey
     EPT
  • AZUR/EI-88 dataset on SEDAT
  • GOES/SEM-EPS datasets on SEDAT
  • UARS/PEM-HEPS dataset on SEDAT
  • PROBA-1/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Integral/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • IMP-8/CPME and CRNC datasets on SEDAT
  • MIR/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • STRV1B/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • XMM/ERMD dataset on SEDAT
  • SEPEM Reference proton data set
  • Raw and cleaned GOES/SEM proton channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME proton channels in SEPEM
  • Raw and cleaned IMP8/GME proton channels in SEPEM
  • HESPERIA UMASEP-500
  • PROBA-1/SREM radiation rates
  • Integral/SREM radiation rates
  • EDRS-C/NGRM L2 Proton Fluxes
High Energy >10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • PROBA-V/EPT Helium flux spectra time series
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT High-latitude/polar helium flux survey
     EPT
  • AZUR/EI-88 dataset on SEDAT
  • GOES/SEM-EPS datasets on SEDAT
  • METOP02/SEM2 dataset on SEDAT
  • IMP-8/CPME and CRNC datasets on SEDAT
  • POES/SEM-2 datasets on SEDAT
  • SEPEM Reference helium data set
  • Raw and cleaned GOES/SEM helium channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME ion channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME helium channels in SEPEM
  • Raw and cleaned IMP8/GME helium channels in SEPEM
1-10 MeV Protons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • AZUR/EI-88 dataset on SEDAT
  • GOES/SEM-EPS datasets on SEDAT
  • UARS/PEM-HEPS dataset on SEDAT
  • IMP-8/CPME and CRNC datasets on SEDAT
  • XMM/ERMD dataset on SEDAT
  • SEPEM Reference proton data set
  • Raw and cleaned GOES/SEM proton channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME proton channels in SEPEM
  • Raw and cleaned IMP8/GME proton channels in SEPEM
1-10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • AZUR/EI-88 dataset on SEDAT
  • GOES/SEM-EPS datasets on SEDAT
  • IMP-8/CPME and CRNC datasets on SEDAT
  • SEPEM Reference helium data set
  • Raw and cleaned GOES/SEM helium channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME ion channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME helium channels in SEPEM
  • Raw and cleaned IMP8/GME helium channels in SEPEM
0.03-1 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • METOP02/SEM2 dataset on SEDAT
  • Equator_S/EPI dataset on SEDAT
  • ISEE1/MEPI dataset on SEDAT
  • POES/SEM-2 datasets on SEDAT
30 keV-8 MeV Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • GOES-16 Radiation Environment
  • GOES-15 Radiation Environment
  • GOES-14 Radiation Environment
  • GIOVE-A Radiation Environment
  • Slot Region Radiation Environment
  • MOSWOC Forecast
  • Forecaster Summary
  • Best Reconstruction of the Radiation Environment (GOES-15)
  • Best Reconstruction of the Radiation Environment (GOES-14)
  • Best Reconstruction of the Radiation Environment (GIOVE-A)
  • Best Reconstruction of the Radiation Environment (slot)
  • Best Reconstruction of the Radiation Environment (GOES-16)
  • PROBA-V/EPT Electron flux spectra time series
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT High-latitude/polar electron flux survey
     EPT
  • GOES/SEM-EPS datasets on SEDAT
  • Meteosat-3/SEM2 dataset on SEDAT
  • METOP02/SEM2 dataset on SEDAT
  • CRRES/MEA dataset on SEDAT
  • Equator_S/EPI dataset on SEDAT
  • PROBA-1/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Integral/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • IMP-8/CPME and CRNC datasets on SEDAT
  • ISEE1/MEPI dataset on SEDAT
  • ISEE1/KED dataset on SEDAT
  • MIR/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • STRV1B/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • POES/SEM-2 datasets on SEDAT
  • XMM/ERMD dataset on SEDAT
  • Raw GOES/SEM >2 MeV electron channel in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/CPME electron channels in SEPEM
  • Raw IMP8/GME electron channels in SEPEM
  • PROBA-1/SREM radiation rates
  • Integral/SREM radiation rates
  • EDRS-C/NGRM L2 Electron Fluxes
Thermal and Supra-thermal Electron and Ion Energy Spectra
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • GORIZONT/ADIPE Spacecraft charging dataset
  • CRRES/LEPA Spacecraft charging dataset
Thermal Ions Density and Temperature
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)

Magnetospheric Environment: (Near-) Real-time Measurements

 

Thermal Ions Density and Temperature
Plasma Drift Velocity

Magnetospheric Environment: Models and Reconstruction

 

Geomagnetic Storm Condition
Geomagnetic Indices Kp and K
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • Most recent definitive Kp index
     GFZ
Geomagnetic Index Ap and A
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
Geomagnetic Index Dst
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
High Energy >10 MeV Protons
  • PROBA-V/EPT Proton flux geographical maps
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT SAA proton energy spectrum characterisation
     EPT
  • Static radiation model of energetic protons at LEO
     EPT
  • SEPEM Reference event list
  • SPENVIS Standard radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS IRENE Radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Long-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
  • Very high-energy solar energetic proton fluence
  • Very high-energy solar energetic proton peak flux
  • Very high-energy solar proton event database
  • EDRS-C/NGRM Particle Daily Fluences
High Energy >10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • PROBA-V/EPT Helium flux geographical maps
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT SAA helium energy spectrum characterisation
     EPT
  • Static radiation model of energetic helium ions at LEO
     EPT
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Long-term solar particle models
  • SPENVIS Galactic cosmic ray models
  • High-energy solar heavy ion fluence model
  • High-energy solar heavy ion peak flux
1-10 MeV Protons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SEPEM Reference event list
  • SPENVIS Standard radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS IRENE Radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
1-10 MeV/nuc Ions
  • SPENVIS Short-term solar particle models
0.03-1 MeV/nuc Ions
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
30 keV-8 MeV Electrons
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • PROBA-V/EPT Electron flux geographical maps
     EPT
  • PROBA-V/EPT Auroral electron energy spectrum characterisation
     EPT
  • Static radiation model of energetic electrons at LEO
     EPT
  • SPENVIS Standard radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS IRENE Radiation belt models
  • SPENVIS Internal deep dielectric charging
  • EDRS-C/NGRM Particle Daily Fluences
Thermal and Supra-thermal Electron and Ion Energy Spectra
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SWIFF Plasmasphere Model (SPM)
     SPM
  • SPENVIS Surface charging environment characteristics
  • Electron population model at GEO
  • Electron population model at MEO
  • Electron population model at LEO
Thermal Ions Density and Temperature
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)
  • SPENVIS Surface charging environment characteristics

Thermospheric and Atmospheric Conditions: Data Archives

 

Vertical Total Electron Content Map
  • Swarm Total Electron Content (TEC)
URSI Ionospheric Parameters
Neutral Density in Thermosphere
Neutral Wind Velocity in Thermosphere
Scintillation Indices and Parameters
Atomic Oxygen Density
Local External Magnetic Field on Ground
  • Horizontal magnetic rate of change (UK)
     BGS
  • dMag/dt
  • Magnetogrammes from North(West) Europe and Greenland
Neutral Density and Wind

Thermospheric and Atmospheric Conditions: Models and Reconstruction

 

Vertical Total Electron Content Map
  • EIS Near real-time TEC maps for the European region
     EIS
URSI Ionospheric Parameters
  • EIS Nowcast European maps of foF2
     EIS
  • EIS hmF2 maps for Europe
     EIS
Neutral Density in Thermosphere
  • Total Density Prior Estimate
Neutral Wind Velocity in Thermosphere
Scintillation Indices and Parameters
Atomic Oxygen Density
  • SPENVIS Atmospheric and ionospheric models
Local External Magnetic Field on Ground
Neutral Density and Wind
  • SPENVIS Atmospheric and ionospheric models
  • Total Density Prior Estimate

Microparticle Environment: Data Archives

 

Micro Particle Flux
  • PROBA/DEBIE-1 impact dataset on EDID
  • ISS/DEBIE-2 impact dataset on EDID
  • Express-2/GORID impact dataset on EDID
Known Periods/events of Increased Microparticle Flux

Microparticle Environment: Models and Reconstruction

 

Micro Particle Flux
  • SPENVIS Meteoroid flux models
  • SPENVIS Meteoroids and debris models
Known Periods/events of Increased Microparticle Flux
  • SPENVIS Meteoroids and debris models

Spacecraft Effects and Anomalies: Data Archives

 

Anomalies on Spacecraft Equipment
Spacecraft Radiation Monitors
  • Radiation environment outside the ISS
  • Radiation environment inside ISS
  • Accumulated dose in human phantoms on ISS
  • PROBA-1/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Integral/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Rosetta/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Herschel/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • Planck/SREM dataset on SEDAT
  • MIR/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • STRV1B/REM dataset on SEDAT
  • PROBA-1/SREM radiation rates
  • Integral/SREM radiation rates
  • Rosetta/SREM radiation rates
  • Herschel/SREM radiation rates
  • Planck/SREM radiation rates
Orbital Data of Spacecraft Carrying Space Weather Instruments
Spacecraft Housekeeping Telemetry
Dose
  • GOES-16 Total Ionising Dose and Dose Rate
  • GOES-15 Total Ionising Dose and Dose Rate
  • GOES-14 Total Ionising Dose and Dose Rate
  • GIOVE-A Total Ionising Dose and Dose Rate
  • Slot Region Total Ionising Dose and Dose Rate
  • PROBA-V/EPT Total ionizing dose alert at LEO
  • PROBA-V/EPT Total non-ionizing dose alert at LEO
  • Radiation environment outside the ISS
  • Radiation environment inside ISS
  • Accumulated dose in human phantoms on ISS
Deep Dielectric Charging
  • GOES-16 Internal Charging Current
  • GOES-15 Internal Charging Current
  • GOES-14 Internal Charging Current
  • GIOVE-A Internal Charging Current
  • Slot Region Internal Charging Current
Surface Charging
  • GORIZONT/ADIPE Spacecraft charging dataset
  • CRRES/LEPA Spacecraft charging dataset
Floating Spacecraft Potential
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)

Spacecraft Effects and Anomalies: Models and Reconstruction

 

Anomalies on Spacecraft Equipment
  • SPENVIS Short-term SEU rates and LET spectra
  • SPENVIS Long-term SEUs and LET spectra
  • SPENVIS Particle/wall interaction models
Spacecraft Radiation Monitors
Orbital Data of Spacecraft Carrying Space Weather Instruments
Spacecraft Housekeeping Telemetry
Dose
  • SPENVIS Solar cell damage equivalent fluences
  • SPENVIS Solar cell NIEL-based damage equivalent fluences
  • SPENVIS Ionising dose for simple geometries
  • SPENVIS Non-ionising energy loss for simple geometries
  • SPENVIS Effective dose and ambient dose equivalent
  • Geant4-based effect simulation in SPENVIS
Deep Dielectric Charging
  • SPENVIS Internal deep dielectric charging
Surface Charging
  • SPENVIS Surface charging
  • SPENVIS Solar array and spacecraft structure potentials
Floating Spacecraft Potential
  • Automated Multi Dataset Analysis (AMDA)

 

 

SEDAT (Space Environment Data System) is a tool for the engineering analysis of spacecraft charged particle environments. The facility provides access to the ODI database containing a large and comprehensive set of data about that environment as measured in-situ by a number of space missions. The user can select a set of space environment data appropriate to the engineering problem under study. SEDAT also offers a set of software tools, which can operate on the data retrieved from the database. These tools allow the user to carry out a wide range of engineering analyses. SEDAT is using a GUI written in Java.

EDID (European Debris Impact Database) provides automated data processing and dissemination functions for measurements retrieved from European debris and meteoroids impact detectors.  It covers impacts from the DEBIE-1, DEBIE-2 and GORID detectors.  Users can access more than 3,000,000 debris and micro-meteoroid event records plus sensor and spacecraft housekeeping data via a user-friendly web interface.  Filters can be defined for each available parameter and be used for regular data retrieval.

The AMDA system provides an archive of planetary, solar wind, Earth magnetosphere and ionosphere mission and ground based products. In addition it supports a range of standard models such as magnetic footprints, magnetic fields, solar wind propagation to planets and probes as well as access to external databases of observations and simulations. A key functionality of the system is its embedded plotting, data mining and cataloguing functionalities which are extremely useful in relation to posteriori analysis.

SWE Data is a web application that provides access to a wide range of Space Weather related data sources covering the areas of the spacecraft, ionospheric, and ground effects. SWE Data allows the user to access all data contained in the repository providing analysis and visualisation tools from these disparate sources.

SEPEM (Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling) is a WWW interface to solar energetic particle data and a range of modelling tools and functionalities intended to support space mission design. The system provides an implementation of several well known modelling methodologies, built on cleaned datasets. It also gives the user increased flexibility in his/her analysis and allows generation of mission integrated fluence statistics, peak flux statistics and other functionalities. It also integrates effects tools that calculate single event upset rates and radiation doses for a variety of scenarios.

SPENVIS (Space Environment Information System) is a web-based interface for assessing the space environment and its effects on spacecraft systems and crews. The system is used for mission analysis and planning. SPENVIS includes several empirical models of the space environment covering mainly cosmic rays, solar energetic particles, the natural radiation belts, magnetic fields, space plasmas and the upper atmosphere. A range of engineering models are also available to help assess the effects of the space environment on spacecraft such as surface and internal charging, energy deposition, solar cell damage and SEU rates. Usually these later models take their inputs from the empirical models present in SPENVIS. The system also includes extensive background information on the space environment, the environment models and the related standards.

 

No alerts are associated with this service.

 

 

This section provides links to web pages or resources that are not part of the ESA Space Weather Service Network or esa.int domain.  These sites are not under ESA control, and therefore ESA is not responsible for any of the information or links that you may find there. 

Reference documents

  • ECSS-E-ST-10-04C Space environment (15 June 2020)
  • ECSS-E-HB-10-12A Calculation of radiation and its effects and margin policy handbook (issued on 17 December 2010)
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