Finding the origins of Solar Wind events at Earth

Created: 2012-11-16 12:51:59      Last updated: 2013-03-21 12:26:41

This gives a comprenhensive overview of high speed solar wind events (CME or CIR) seen at Eart, by obtaining the maximum in-situ measure velocity from the data evaluation service (DES), propagating the even backwards to Earth using the HELIO processing service (HPS) and SHEBA propagation model, and search whether halo CMEs or CHs were observed on that time, and retrieves, besides all the previous information, a context solar wind plot (+/- 1 day) and a URL linking to a context movie for CMEs or map from the HELIO feature catalogue (HFC) for CHs.

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