Radiation Belts High-Energy Electrons

Prediction & ARASE satellite XEP space weather realtime data from JAXA

This page provides forecast of MeV electron flux variations in the outer radiation belt as a function of L values. Time resolution is 1 day (sample average along the Arase orbit). Predictions are calculated by multivariate autoregressive models and Kalman filter based on realtime observation data of Arase/XEP. Details of prediction methods are described in Sakaguchi et al., 2013, 2015. Update is every one hour. Plots can be used for quick look only. Realtime data of high-energy electrons observed by ARASE/XEP data is distributed from JAXA/SEES, realtime solar wind data observed by DSCOVER is provided from NOAA/SWPC., and realtime Dst index is provied by WDC for Geomagnetism, Kyoto.



Links

Radiation belt electrons | NICT Space Weather Forecast Center
High-energy electrons | Himawari-8 SEDA

ERG Space Weather Data (SEES)
ERG Science Center






Liability: This project (NICT, JAXA and ERG project) is not responsible for any errors and inaccuracies contained in the data, or for any losses and damages arising directly or indirectly from the use of the data.