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2014/03/17: note updates in some filenames and products (Please see notes below)

Data Selection form : Use this form to select spacecraft, SECCHI instruments and date range and receive those data files zipped for FTP.(Please see notes below)
Spacecraft
 
SECCHI
COR1
Level 0
 
DN
COR2
Level 0
 
DN
EUVI
Level 0
 
DN
HI-1
Level 0
 
DN
Level 1
 
MSB
S10
Level 2
1-day background
 
DNS
MSB
S10

11-day background
 
MSB
S10
HI-2
Level 0
 
DN
Level 1
 
DNS
MSB
S10
Level 2
3-day background
 
DNS
MSB
S10

11-day background
 
DNS
MSB
S10
Notes
DN
Data Numbers per CCD pixel.
DNS
Data Numbers per second per CCD pixel. Calibrated assuming discrete emission sources.
MSB
Mean Solar Brightness, One mean solar brightness unit is the average surface brightness of the solar disk, if an instrument were to observe the Sun directly. Calibrated assuming diffuse emission sources.
S10
One S10 unit is defined as the diffuse flux corresponding to one 10th visual magnitude star of solar spectral type per square degree of sky (Leinert et al., 1998; Cox, 2000). Calibrated assuming diffuse emission sources.

  1. Due to the volumes of data, some or all of a particular data request may be in an offline state. This will mean that the system will need to bring this data online and produce the zip file in the background. It may take some to do this but the user will be e-mailed as soon as the zip file is ready.
  2. Users should realise that these files can be very large and time consuming to generate. In particular, EUVI, produces ~16GB/day, so please restrict your requests to small portions of a day or contact the UKSSDC for methods of access to larger volumes.
  3. Due to processing errors, a number of files have been identified as bad. These files are identified in the following lists

2014/03/17 - Improved Data Products
  • Level 1 & 2 data products now available in DNS, MSB and S10 units
  • HI-2 backgrounds now based on 3 and 11 day running windows.
  • The file naming convention has changed slightly to incorporate these changes. See HI processing
Image type
 
Date/UT Time
Start Time:
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Date:

End Time:
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Date: