OMNIWeb Plus Browser
to produce averages, standard deviations and distribution functions

Explorer35 Plasma data at 3-minute resolution

This interface provides the ability to produce averages, standard deviations and distribution functions for any one of the Explorer35 plasma parameters listed below and described HERE, only for records when the value of this parameter and/or other parameters satisfy user-specified numeric ranges. Click on left side to specify the output parameter. Enter in the rightside boxes desired minimum and/or maximum value(s) of this and/or any other desired "filtering" parameter(s). Click HERE for more on using this interface.

Time span 1967-07-25 - 1968-07-03

*Select an activity

     Get distribution function, etc. List data selected

*Enter start and stop dates (Use yyyyddd or yyyymmdd)
    Start      Stop

*Select variable
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Variable Name Format Min/Max values:
Low    High
Proton Density cm-3 F6.1   
Proton Thermal Speed, Km/sec I4   
Proton Bulk Speed, Km/sec I6   
Longitude of flow, deg. F6.1   
Latitude of flow, deg. F6.1   
Vx, SE, km/sec. I6   
Vy, SE, km/sec. I6   
Vz, SE, km/sec. I6   

* Specify bin size (width) in units natural to selected parameter
Note: Specify zero (0) to suppress the determination and display of a distribution function


*Advanced plot selections (optional)
Y-axes type: Character size(0.5-2.0):
DF units Image size (pixels): X: Y:



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