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|Ionogram Images||Ionogram images on various media, mainly film negatives and paper positives. Data from a worldwide network of stations from the 1930s to 1990s.|
|Scaled Ionosonde Data||Paper bulletins of scaled ionospheric parameters from about 200 ionospheric stations worldwide, in the date range 1931 to the present day. Formats and contents of bulletins vary.|
|Raw Digital Ionosonde Data Tapes||KEL ionosondes: Slough (SL051) 1992 - 1995, South Uist (US057) 1986 - 1990, Lerwick (LE061) 1990 - 1992, Stanley (PSJ5J) 1988 - 1995.
DPS-1 ionosondes: Lerwick (LE061) 1992 - 1998, Stanley (PSJ5J) 1995 - 2009, Chilton (RL052) 1993 - 2010
|Solar Images in Ca II K, visible and H α light||Royal Observatory Greenwich and Cambridge Solar Observatory Images: Glass plates and prints from 1903 to 1942. Search the catalogue of images here.|
|Photo Heliographic Results||Data reduced from solar photographs taken at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich and other worldwide observatories for the period 1874 - 1976. Now also available online.|
|Riometer Chart Recorder Traces||Chart recorder traces of Ionospheric absorption from various observatories in Northern Europe.|
|Geomagnetic Indices Reports||Various geomagnetic indices, global and local, from a range of observatories and experimental platforms.|
|Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracer Explorers (AMPTE)||Summary data for AMPTE IRM, CCE instruments, paper records and slides.|
|Alouette II||Ionospheric data from Alouette II satellite, on 35mm film.|
|Viking Summary Data.||Quick look summary data for Viking satellite.|
|Ditton Park Archive||Documents relating to the history of radio research at Ditton Park, Slough. See http://www.dittonpark-archive.rl.ac.uk for more information.|