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RBSPICE B Reports 

Production Status Report
RBSPICEB Production Status Report (html)

The Production Status Report is generated weekly and includes all processed products. It is organized by date (both mission date and calendar date are shown) and by product. Tabs at the bottom of the page, as with an Excel worksheet,  allow the user to select the product type. The number shown at the top of each product column is the maximum data level produced for that product. The number in each date/product cell represents the data level produced for that product for that day. In addition, the report is color coded as follows:

Green indicates that the product has been generated at  the maximum data level for that product;
Yellow/orange indicates a level below the maximum data level;
Red indicates the next level below maximum; and
Black indicates there is no telemetry for a particular day/product.

The colors are done in a graduating scale because of Excel conditional formatting limitations on the number of colors.   

 All cells surrounded with grid lines have been reprocessed and are accurate to the level identified in the cell. An additional grid cell boundary code has been added such that all TOFxPH files using the revised calibration data have a heavy grid border, starting at 11/12/13 and forward. Also a heavier border is used for TOFxEIon/TOFxEH from March 8, 2014 and forward to indicate that these files are using new calibration numbers.
 

Version Status Report
RBSPICEB  Level 0 Products - Version Status Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 1 Products - Version Status Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 2 Products - Version Status Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 3 Products - Version Status Report (html)

The Version Status Report is generated as needed and includes all processed products. It is organized by date (both mission date and calendar date are shown) and by product. The number shown at the top of each product column is the highest major-revision version  for that product. The number in each date/product cell represents the major-revision version  produced for that product for that day. In addition, the report is color coded as follows:

Green indicates that the product has been generated at the highest version for that product;
Yellow/orange indicates a level below the highest version;
Red indicates the next level below highest; and
Black indicates there is no telemetry for a particular day/product.

The colors are done in a graduating scale because of Excel conditional formatting limitations on the number of colors.  

File Date Report
RBSPICEB  Level 0 Products - File Date Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 1 Products - File Date Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 2 Products - File Date Report (html)
RBSPICEB  Level 3 Products - File Date Report (html)

The File Date Report is generated as needed and includes all processed products. It is organized by date (both mission date and calendar date are shown) and by product.  The number in each date/product cell represents the most recent production file date for that product for that day.

 


MISSION ELAPSED TIME

*Since official launch
August 30, 2012, 4:05 a.m. EDT

MISSION HIGHLIGHTS


August 29, 2014
NASA Probes Studying Earth's Radiation Belts to Celebrate Two Year Anniversary NASA's twin Van Allen Probes will celebrate on Saturday two years of studying the sun’s influence on our planet and near-Earth space.

April 24, 2014
Van Allen Probes Achieves Mission Success
On March 26, 2014, NASA declared the Van Allen Probes mission – launched in 2012, and designed to explore and unlock the mysteries of Earth’s radiation belts – an official success.

March 19, 2014
NASA Spacecraft Reveal New "Zebra Stripes" Structure in Earth's Inner Radiation Belt
Scientists have discovered a new, persistent structure in Earth’s inner radiation belt using data from the twin NASA Van Allen Probes spacecraft. Most surprisingly, this structure is produced by the slow rotation of Earth.

March 7, 2014
New NASA Van Allen Probes Observations Helping To Improve Space Weather Models
Using data from the Van Allen Probes, researchers have tested and improved a model to help forecast what's happening in the radiation environment of near-Earth space.

QUICK FACTS

Johns Hopkins/APL built and operates the twin Van Allen Probes spacecraft

Nominal mission duration: 2 years

Orbit: Elliptical orbits transversing Earth's radiation belts, known as the Van Allen Belts

Science payload: 5 instruments conducting related experiments

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