OMNIWeb Plus Browser
Interface to produce plots, listings or output files
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) is a high-precision particle detector
built to operate in space . It was installed on the International Space Station
(ISS) in May 19th 2011 during the STS-134 NASA Endeavour Shuttle mission and
it started taking data few days later. AMS-02 is the successor of the AMS-01
detector  that flew in June 1998 on the Shuttle Discovery (NASA mission STS-91).
AMS-02 will run until to the decommissioning of the ISS, scheduled for 2024.
High energy ISS/AMS-2 fluxes are taken from
For further details, click HERE
Time span 2011-05-20- 2017-04-13
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: Robert Candey (Robert.M.Candey@nasa.gov), Head of the Space Physics Data Facility