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Scatter plot for MAVEN hourly fluxes, rare telescope

MAVEN ( Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission) Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) Experiment,
Ion and Electron hourly fluxes in Rear look direction

Time span: 2014-09-22 - 2018-02-14

Original ~ 8 seconds data source at: PDS Data System
Only arithmetic hourly averaging was done. (No averaging of logarithms and No threshold numbers of finer scale points.)
We believe, these data will be useful for looking at large solar disturbances near Mars

Please enter your selections and then click on the Submit button.

Select an activity
    Scatter plot/regression fit (max # points = 30000)     List data

Enter start and stop dates: year,month,day(YYYYMMDD) or year,day_of_year(YYYYDOY)
   Start time    Stop time

*Select X and Y variables
Units: 1/(sec-cm**2-ster-KeV/n )
Select X and Y variables   bins are in KeV/n
19.7-21.1,X   Y
21.1-22.5,X   Y
22.4-23.8,X   Y
23.8-26.6,X   Y
26.5-29.3,X   Y
29.3-33.3,X   Y
33.3-38.7,X   Y
38.7-45.5,X   Y
45.5-55.1,X   Y
55.1-67.3,X   Y
67.3-83.7,X   Y
83.6-105.4,X   Y
105.8-134.2,X   Y
133.7-170.3,X   Y
170.6-219.4,X   Y
219.1-282.9,X   Y
283.2-368.8,X   Y
369.5-480.5,X   Y
480.5-627.5,X   Y
628.0-822.0,X   Y
822.0-1078.0,X   Y
1081.5-1418.5,X   Y
1417.5-1862.5,X   Y
1857.5-2442.5,X   Y
2445.5-3214.5,X   Y
3215.0-4225.0,X   Y
4225.0-5575.0,X   Y
5575.0-7245.0,X   Y
20.1-21.5,X   Y
21.5-22.9,X   Y
22.9-24.3,X   Y
24.3-27.1,X   Y
27.1-29.9,X   Y
29.9-34.1,X   Y
34.1-39.7,X   Y
39.8-46.8,X   Y
46.8-56.6,X   Y
56.6-69.3,X   Y
69.2-86.2,X   Y
86.2-108.8,X   Y
108.2-137.8,X   Y
138.0-176.0,X   Y
176.7-227.3,X   Y

* Select the fitting method
    No fitting     Delta-Y method(N<30000)

*Advanced plot selections (optional)
X-axes type: Y-axes type:
View mode: Character size (0.5-2.0):
Plot symbol: Symbol size (0.1-4.0):
Image size (pixels): X: Y: Connect style:

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