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Solar Maximum Mission (SMM), 2013 -

 Series
Since February 2013, the NCAR Archives has been crawling and harvesting UCAR/NCAR websites using Archive It. The harvested websites include most UCAR/NCAR webpages and associated images, video, PDF files, and other content. The collection also includes the U.S. Weather Commission, a group that brings together the American weather industry, state and local governments, and academia in an organized effort to urge Congress and the Executive Branch to undertake, promote, and support our nation’s portfolio of environmental observations and weather forecasting capabilities.

Dates

  • 2013 -

Conditions Governing Access

There are no access restrictions on this collection. Harvested websites are available through the Archive It platform: https://archive-it.org/home/ncar

Conditions Governing Use

Not all material in this collection is in the public domain. It is the responsibility of the researcher to address copyright issues.

Extent

From the Collection: 405 Gigabytes

Biographical / Historical

The Solar Maximum Mission observory was launched from Cape Canaveral in 1980. The High Altitude Observatory (HAO) designed a white light coronagraph/polarimeter for the mission. The Solar Maximum Mission (SMM) observatory provided broad spectral coverage of radiation produced by solar flares. Among SMM's primary science objectives was the study of the dynamics of solar flares and the study of solar magnetic fields associated with the flare phenomenon.The SMM observatory re-entered the Earth's atmosphere in 1989.

Repository Details

Part of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Archives Repository

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