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NASA GSFC Space Weather Center

NASA GSFC Space Weather Center



Types of services available at the NASA GSFC Space Weather Center

The key objective of the NASA GSFC Space Weather Center is to provide the latest space weather information (including nowcasting and forecasting) to NASA's robotic mission operators, as well as DoD and other partners.

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Caption: A schematic view of NASA missions (Courtesy: Peter M. Hughes)


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Image from Stereo during CME.


Image showing adverse space weather conditions.






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  1. Assistance with Spacecraft Anomalies

    The NASA GSFC Space Weather Center provides assistance in spacecraft anomaly resolution by assessing whether space weather has any role in causing the observed anomaly/anomalies.







  2. Weekly Summaries and Reports

    The NASA GSFC Space Weather Center sends out weekly space weather reports/summaries to all NASA mission operators, NASA officials and involved personnel.

    Example:

    Weekly Summary Report for August 3, 2011 - August 9, 2011






  3. Alerts and Forecasts

    The NASA GSFC Space Weather Center sends out timely space weather alerts/forecasts regarding adverse conditions throughout the solar system, such as significant CME events, elevated radiation levels, etc.

    Examples:

    1. Alert update regarding CMEs posted August 04, 2011
    2. Movies of the modeled event posted August 04, 2011.



  4. Information

    The NASA GSFC Space Weather Center provides general space weather support for NASA customers and partners. GSFC space weather information is also available to the public.




For questions, comments, or requests,
Please contact: NASA GSFC Space Weather Center




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