CEDAR email: Sample GPS Energetic Particle Data Now Available
William Denig - NOAA Federal
william.denig at noaa.gov
Wed Feb 3 10:28:16 MST 2016
Today, NOAA is announcing the release of energetic particle data from
Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. The sample dataset is from
05-January to 01-February 2014 which includes a period of heightened
space weather (including two solar proton events). The processed GPS
data have been provided by the Los Alamos National Laboratory and made
available through the NOAA National Centers for Environmental
Information. Access to the data is provided via Data.gov (search:
“Global Positioning System (GPS) Energetic Particle Data”) or directly
Questions regarding the use and format of the data can be addressed to
John Sullivan (Sullivan at lanl.gov). Feedback on the data can be
addressed to Matt Heavner (Matthew_J_Heavner at ostp.eop.gov).
William (Bill) Denig
NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information
325 Broadway E/NE4, Boulder, Colorado 80305-3337 U.S.A.
Phone: 303 497-6323
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