Solar flares with Hard X-rays (HXR) detected by SONG ( CORONAS-F) [2004, 2005]

Data on solar flares detected by SONG expreiment (detection time and peak γ-ray energy channel) and soft X-ray (SXR) flare GOES characteristics. More >>

X-ray flares and proton events during the last three solar cycles

Based on proton measurements onboard GOES and IMP-8, neutron monitor data and GOES X-ray measurements, this database combines information on proton events captured in near-Earth space and their possible solar sources. More >>

Magnetic storms data selector

Catalogue of magnetic storms in 1998-2005 based on OMNIweb data with Dst index threshold selection capability. More >>

Temporal charged particle distribution statistics (source: Coronas-F)

Imagery of flux dynamics of charged particles in 2001-2005, one for every three months. The header contains particle type, and measurement year and month. The X axis corresponds to day-of-year, the Y axis corresponds to the L-shell value. Flux intensity is indicated by pixel color. More >>

Spatial particle distribution (sources: Coronas-F and Universitetsky-Tatyana)

Spatial distributions over geographical map of trapped, quasi-trapped and precipitated electrons (300-600 keV) measured onboard of CORONAS-F and Universitetsky-Tatyana satellites in the evening-night MLT sectors. More >>


Catalogue of solar events, containing coronal hole maps, DSF maps and solar wind conditions for each event. The APEV tool uses data retrieved from appropriate sources and compiled by Alexei Dmitriev, Andrei Zhukov and Igor Veselovsky. Their work was supported by the INTAS-ESA projects 99-00727 and 03-51-6206 (coordinator: Volker Bothmer), RFBR, Astronomy state program and the Universities of Russia federal program. More >>

Coronal holes and solar imagery database

Catalogue of solar images and data on count, surface area and average intensity of coronal holes identified in them. Courtesy of SOHO/EIT consortium. SOHO is a project of international cooperation between ESA and NASA. This tool is based on an earlier work by J.Shugai. More >>

Transient luminous events (source: Universitetsky-Tatyana)

Measurements of UV radiation of night atmosphere carried out by the “Universitetsky-Tatiana” satellite. More >>

OMNIweb2 (mirror)

This service is a mirror of NASA OMNIweb project. It provides access to numerous parameters of solar and Earth physics from 1969 to 2008. More >>

COHOweb mirror

This service is a mirror of NASA COHOweb project, which allows online access to data from Pioneer-10/11/Venus, Voyager-1/2, Ulysses and Helios-1/2 data. The data available can be retrieved as text tables, charts, and as archive files. More >>

Coordinate calculation

This service allows to quickly calculate geomagnetic, invariant and other coordinates for a given point at a given time. More >>

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