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    Publication Date: 2004-12-03
    Description: The National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) has accumulated a rich archive of heliospheric, magnetospheric, and ionospheric data, as well as data from most other NASA-involved science disciplines. To facilitate access to and use of these data, NSSDC has begun to put selected data onto CD-ROM's. This paper describes one such CD-ROM, and the access and display software developed at NSSDC to support its use. The data on the CD-ROM consist primarily of hourly solar wind magnetic field and plasma data from many near-Earth spacecraft (OMNI) and deep space spacecraft (Voyagers, Pioneers, Helios, Pioneer Venus Orbiter). In addition, 5-minute resolution IMP-8 and ISEE-3 magnetic field and plasma data are also included. Data are stored in both ASCII and CDF formats.
    Keywords: Documentation and Information Science
    Type: Visualization techniques in space and atmospheric sciences; 65-73; NASA-SP-519
    Format: text
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    Publication Date: 2019-07-19
    Description: The current Heliophysics Science Data Management Policy (HpSDMP) defines the roles of the Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) project as a heliophysics active Final Archive (aFA), a focus for critical data infrastructure services and a center of excellence for data and ancillary information services. This presentation will highlight (1) select current SPDF activities, (2) the lessons we are continuing to learn in how to usefully serve the the heliophysics science community and (3)SPDF's programmatic emphasis in the coming year. In cooperation with the Heliophysics Virtual discipline Observatories (VxOs), we are working closely with current, and with upcoming missions such as RBSP and MMS, to define effective approaches to ensure the long-term availability and archiving of mission data, as well as how SPDF services can complement active mission capabilities. We are working to make the Virtual Space Physics Observatory (VSPO) service comprehensive in all significant and NASA relevant heliophysics data. We will highlight a new CDAWeb interface, a faster SSCWeb, availability of our data through VxO services such as Autoplot, a new capability to easily access our data from within IDL and continuing improvements to CDF including better handling of leap seconds.
    Keywords: Documentation and Information Science
    Type: 2010 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting; 13-17 Dec. 2010; San Francisco, CA; United States
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