Variable: Proton differential directional flux

Definition
Full name Proton differential directional flux
Definition Flux density energy spectrum of low-, medium-, and high-energy protons from the magnetosphere, the radiation belts or the interplanetary medium, per unit solid angle.
Measuring Units protonsĀ·(cm2 s sr eV)-1 Uncertainty Units %
Horizontal Res Units degrees Vertical Res Units
Stability Units % (Stability /decade)

 

Comment: A measure of the plasma and radiation environment that could present a hazard to satellites and humans in space and that is also responsible for ionospheric radio absorption. Low energy refers to 0 eV to 50 keV. Medium energy refers to 50 keV to a few MeV. High energy refers to a few MeV to 100s of MeV and above. The horizontal resolution is counted in degrees of arc along an Earth orbit, i.e. 90 degrees correspond to 4 measurement points.
Last modified: 2014-03-27
Classification
  • Domain: Outer Space
    • Sub-domain: Energetic particles and solar wind
      • Variable: Proton differential directional flux
        • Measured in Layers:
          • Ionos
          • L1
          • Geo
          • Leo
          • Meo
          • Helio
          • Sun
          • Magnet
  • Cross-cutting themes:

Requirements defined for Proton differential directional flux  (2)

This tables shows all related requirements. For more operations/filtering, please consult the full list of Requirements
Note: In reading the values, goal is marked blue, breakthrough green and threshold orange

Id Variable Layer App Area Uncertainty Stability / decade Hor Res Ver Res Obs Cyc Timeliness Coverage Conf Level Val Date Source
595 Proton differential directional flux Geo
Leo
Meo
Space Weather 5 %
10 %
25 %
45 degrees
90 degrees
180 degrees
60 sec
5 min
10 min
60 sec
10 min
100 min
Global tentative 2011-05-01 ICTSW-1
598 Proton differential directional flux L1 Space Weather 5 %
10 %
25 %
360 degrees
360 degrees
360 degrees
60 sec
5 min
10 min
60 sec
10 min
100 min
Global tentative 2011-05-01 ICTSW-1