SIM solar spectrum: comparison with recent observations," Solar Physics, vol.
This year, SORCE
participants can choose from a variety of educational platforms, including on-demand, face-to-face, webinars, podcasts and e-learning.
This version of SOLSTICE is a component of the SORCE
satellite that was launched on a Pegasus XL launch vehicle on Jan.
The model coefficients that scale the input facular and sunspot indices are determined from regression of the indices against SORCE
observations (4) over the time period from 2003 to 2014: for TSI, observations are from the TIM instrument (version 17 data), and for SSI, the observations, at variable spectral resolution, are from the Solar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment [SOLSTICE; version 13 data; see McClintock et al.
product offering can integrate with internal software and systems such as SAP, customer relationship management systems, or even phone systems.
Researchers hope to acquire a long-term record of irradiance from SORCE
and its follow-on missions, Glory and NPOESS, which will carry solar radiometers.
Designed with agents, business owners and risk managers in mind, more than 200 SORCE
courses are available to help them better understand and manage potential business risks.
The RMIB data was then used to simulate SORCE
TSI values for
The Glory mission builds on the heritage of our ACRIMSAT and SORCE
satellite programs, both of which were launched aboard Orbital rockets, and could lead to our support of the future solar monitoring mission as well.
Other LEOStar-based satellites that Orbital has built or currently has in development for NASA include the four SMEX satellites mentioned above, plus the Dawn interplanetary spacecraft that was launched in 2007 and the SORCE
Earth science satellite that is currently in its seventh year of operation.
These missions include the GALEX, SORCE
and AIM Earth science satellites, as well as the Dawn planetary spacecraft.
Other examples of the pairing of an Orbital satellite and rocket for a NASA science mission include the AIM, SORCE
and GALEX projects, all of which were launched aboard Pegasus rockets.