OMNIWeb Plus Browser
Interface to produce plots, listings or output files
Wind EPACT hourly Fluxes (Z>=2), GSFC

The EPACT/LEMT (Energetic Particles:Acceleration, Composition and Transport/Low Energy Matrix Telescope) data consist of hourly omnidirectional fluxes of helium, carbon, oxygen, neon, silicon, and iron.
This additional interface provides access to fewer, wider energy bins that are generated on-board the spacecraft that are often better suited for studies of abundance ratios. The functionality that would enable users to generate plots of ratios (C/O, Fe/O, Fe/C, etc.) as a function of time will be added soon.

To get ratio of any two fluxes of this data set click HERE

Time span: 1994-11-03 to 2014-09-06

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Enter start and stop dates: year,month,day(YYYYMMDD)
   Start time    Stop time
Fluxes are given in 1/(sec-cm**2-ster-MeV/n )
* Select variables
Fluxes and Uncertainties   (Numbers below are min/max energies in MeV/n)
Species Bin C1 (~ 2.5-3.2) Bin C2 (~ 3.2 - 5.0) Bin C3 (~ 5.0 - 10.0)
Helium (He) N/A N/A 4.53-9.64   flux   unc.
Carbon (C) 2.57-3.19   flux   unc. 3.19-4.75   flux   unc. 4.75-9.10   flux   unc
Nutrogen (N) N/A N/A 5.00-10.0   flux   unc.
Oxygen (O) 2.56-3.17   flux   unc. 3.17-4.68   flux   unc. 4.68-9.20   flux   unc.
Neon (Ne) N/A 3.27-4.72   flux   unc. 4.72-9.96   flux   unc.
Magnium (Mg) N/A N/A 5.0-10.0     flux   unc.
Silicon (Si) N/A 3.20-5.00   flux   unc. 5.0-10.0   flux   unc.
Serum (S) N/A N/A 5.0-10.0   flux   unc.
Argon (Ar) N/A N/A 5.0-10.0   flux   unc.
Calcium (Ca) N/A N/A 5.0-10.0   flux   unc.
Iron (Fe) 2.5-3.2   flux   unc. 3.2-5.0   flux   unc. 5.0-10.0   flux   unc.

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If you have any questions/comments about the OMNWeb Plus, contact Dr. Natalia Papitashvili,Mail Code 672, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771

NASA Official: Dr. Robert McGuire, Head of the Space Physics Data Facility