Instrument Capabilities Service

Instrument – Preset Search

Starting date:

Ending date:   

Qualifying Parameters:

Observing Domain 1:
       Sun    Mercury    Venus    Earth    Mars    Jupiter    Saturn   
       Heliosphere    Planetary    Comet    Heliopause    Galactic   

Observing Domain 2:
       Solar:      Interior    Disk/inr. cor.    Outer corona    Disk/helios.    Solar-wind   
       Planetary:      Environment    Magnetosphere    Ionosphere    Aurora   
       Other:      Interstellar    Energy release    Structure   

Instrument Type:
       Remote    In-situ   

Observable Entity:
       Photons GMR    HXR    SXR    EUV    UV    visible    μ-wave    radio   
H-alpha    He 10830   
       Particles Charged    Energetic    Neutral    Dust    Cosmic-ray    SEP   
       Fields Electric    Magnetic    Gravity   

       Imager    Spectrometer    Polarimeter    Coronagraph    Magnetograph    Magnetometer
       Oscillations    Composition    Irradiance    Photometer    Radiometer    Plasma   

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     Note: Options set within a section are OR'ed together while the sections are AND'ed together  

ICS Node:

Observatory – Preset Search

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Ending date:   

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ICS Node:

Free SQL Query



Examples of SQL Queries to the ICS and ILS

ICS Node:

Instrument Capabilities Service

The Instrument Capabilities Service (ICS) describes the types of observations that can be made by more than 250 instruments; it also holds information about the characteristics of the associated observatories.

Note that the ICS describes all instruments that could be included in HELIO; not all will necessarily be available through the project.

To use the ICS, select the time range of interest and one or more parameters that help define the type of observations that you are interested in and then press "Search". The results can be viewed as a Web page or downloaded as a VOTable or text file.

The items that are checked act as constraints: if non are checked then all instruments operating in the defined time interval are selected; as items are checked the number that satisfy the constraints is modified. Items within a block are ORed together; the blocks are then ANDed together.

A Free-SQL window is provided to allow the user to experiment with SQL queries.

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