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In "Simplified" mode, the results in the analysis are calculated by looking at each instrument's mission objectives: for each instrument we keep track of what the primary, secondary, and opportunity mission objectives are. These mission objectives indicate that an instrument is primarily envisioned to measure variable X, Y and Z, that variables A, B and C are its secondary objective, and that it may offer the opportunity to measure variables I and II although it is not optimized for that. The simplified Gap analysis produces a timeline based on this information. The simplified Gap analysis is only available for analyzing variables, not for missions.
In "Expert system" mode, the results in the analysis are calculated with an expert system. Internally, OSCAR works with a large set of 1700 rules that determine whether or not an instrument is capable of measuring a given variable, and to what degree. When you select "Expert system", the Gap analysis is performed based on this large set of rules.

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Variable sorting criteria

 

Each instrument is assigned with a 5-step rating, evaluated as a blend of several elements.  For this particular Variable, the rating is driven by:

  • the observed region (solar disk, interplanetary space, magnetosphere, platform environment)..

 

RATING CRITERIA:

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  • Ion fluxmeter flown through the magnetosphere on a satellite cluster

2

  • Ion fluxmeter flown through the magnetosphere

3

  • Ion fluxmeter pointing at the Sun

4

  • Ion fluxmeter viewing the interplanetary space

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  • Ion fluxmeter monitoring the platform environment
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Found 103 results

This table has a large number of results.
Instrument NRT? Relevance Satellite Orbit DLR
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CIS1 - primaryCLUSTER-A90 °
X
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X
CIS1 - primaryCLUSTER-C90 °
X
XXXXXXXXX
CIS Important note1 - primaryCLUSTER-B90 °
X
CIS1 - primaryCLUSTER-D90 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
ECT/HOPE Important note1 - primaryVAP (2 sat)18 °
X
XXXXXX
X
ECT/MagEIS Important note1 - primaryVAP (2 sat)18 °
X
XXXXXX
X
EIS (MSS)1 - primaryMMS-A28 °
X
XXXXXXX
EIS (MSS)1 - primaryMMS-B28 °
X
XXXXXXX
EIS (MSS)1 - primaryMMS-C28 °
X
XXXXXXX
EIS (MSS)1 - primaryMMS-D28 °
X
XXXXXXX
ESA1 - primaryTHEMIS-D6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
ESA1 - primaryARTEMIS-P16 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
ESA1 - primaryARTEMIS-P26 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
ESA1 - primaryTHEMIS-A6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
ESA1 - primaryTHEMIS-E6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
FEEPS1 - primaryMMS-A28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FEEPS1 - primaryMMS-B28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FEEPS1 - primaryMMS-C28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FEEPS1 - primaryMMS-D28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FPI1 - primaryMMS-A28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FPI1 - primaryMMS-B28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FPI Important note1 - primaryMMS-C28 °
X
XXXXXXX
FPI Important note1 - primaryMMS-D28 °
X
XXXXXXX
HPCA1 - primaryMMS-A28 °
X
XXXXXXX
HPCA1 - primaryMMS-B28 °
X
XXXXXXX
HPCA1 - primaryMMS-C28 °
X
XXXXXXX
HPCA1 - primaryMMS-D28 °
X
XXXXXXX
RAPID1 - primaryCLUSTER-A90 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
RAPID1 - primaryCLUSTER-C90 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
RAPID1 - primaryCLUSTER-B90 °
X
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RAPID1 - primaryCLUSTER-D90 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
RBSPICE Important note1 - primaryVAP (2 sat)18 °
X
XXXXXX
X
SST1 - primaryTHEMIS-D6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SST1 - primaryARTEMIS-P16 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
SST1 - primaryARTEMIS-P26 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
SST1 - primaryTHEMIS-A6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SST1 - primaryTHEMIS-E6 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
HEP Important note2 - very highGEOTAIL29 °
X
XXXXXXXXXX
X
CAMMICE2 - very highPolar86 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
X
CEPPAD2 - very highPolar86 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
X
CPI2 - very highGEOTAIL29 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
EPIC2 - very highGEOTAIL29 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
HYDRA2 - very highPolar86 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
X
IRM Important note2 - very highCASSIOPE80.97 °
X
XXXXXXX
X
LEP2 - very highGEOTAIL29 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
LEP-i2 - very highERG31 °
X
XXXXXX
MEP-i2 - very highERG31 °
X
XXXXXX
TIDE/PSI2 - very highPolar86 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
X
TIMAS2 - very highPolar86 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
X
GALS/13 - highIonosphera-M N1 & N2TBDXXXX
GALS/13 - highIonosphera-M N3 & N4TBD
X
XXX
ISIS-EPI3 - highParker Solar Probe3.4 °
X
XXXXXXX
SIS3 - highACE
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
CELIAS3 - highSOHO
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Electron-M-PESCA3 - highCoronas-Photon82.5 °
X
ESEP3 - highIonosphera-M N1 & N2TBDXXXX
ESEP3 - highIonosphera-M N3 & N4TBD
X
XXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N109:30 desc
X
XXXX
X
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N2-115:09 asc
X
GGAK-M/RIMS-M Important note3 - highMeteor-M N2-215:00 asc
X
XXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N2-309:00 desc
X
XXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N2-415:00 asc
X
XXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N2-515:00 desc
X
XXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N2-609:00 asc
X
XXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-M N209:30 asc
X
XXXXXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-MP N115:30 asc
X
XXXXXXX
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - highMeteor-MP N209:30 desc
X
XXXXXXX
RIMS-A3 - highZond-MTBD
X
XXX
SEPICA  Important note3 - highACE
X
XXXXXXX
X
SKL-particles3 - highCoronas-I82.5 °
X
SKL-particles3 - highCoronas-F82.5 °
X
XXX
X
ULEIS3 - highACE
X
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Nucleon3 - highResurs-P210:30 desc
X
XXX
X
EPACT Important note4 - fairWIND
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
EPD4 - fairSolar Orbiter25 °
X
XXXXXXXXXX
ERNE4 - fairSOHO
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
HILT4 - fairSAMPEX82 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
X
SWA4 - fairSolar Orbiter25 °
X
XXXXXXXXXX
ASPEX4 - fairAditya-1XXXXXX
EPAM4 - fairACE
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
IMPACT/SEP4 - fairSTEREO-B23.44 °
X
XXXXXXX
X
IMPACT/SEP4 - fairSTEREO-A23.44 °
X
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LEICA4 - fairSAMPEX82 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
X
PAPA4 - fairAditya-1XXXXXX
PLASTIC4 - fairSTEREO-B23.44 °
X
XXXXXXX
X
PLASTIC4 - fairSTEREO-A23.44 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SMS Important note4 - fairWIND
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SWE Important note4 - fairWIND
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SWICS4 - fairACE
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SWIMS4 - fairACE
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SWIS/STIS4 - fairSWFO-L1
X
XXXX
CRIS (ACE)4 - fairACE
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
MAST4 - fairSAMPEX82 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
X
PAMELA4 - fairResurs-DK70.4 °
X
XXXXXXXXXX
PET4 - fairSAMPEX82 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
X
AIP5 - marginalFORMOSAT-510:00 desc
X
XXXXX
ICARE5 - marginalSAC-C10:20 desc
X
XXXXXXXXXXXX
X
ICARE5 - marginalSAC-D06:00 desc
X
XXX
X
IPEI5 - marginalFORMOSAT-135 °
X
XXXX
X
SEISS/EHIS5 - marginalGOES-1675.2°W
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
SEISS/EHISYes5 - marginalGOES-17137.2°W
X
XXXXXXXXXXX
SEISS/EHIS5 - marginalGOES-18137°W
X
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SEISS/EHIS5 - marginalGOES-U75°WXXXXXXXXXXXX
All instruments for measuring Heavy ion flux energy and mass spectrum
Instruments Relevance Operational limitations
CIS1 - primary
ECT/HOPE1 - primary
ECT/MagEIS1 - primary
EIS (MSS)1 - primary
ESA1 - primary
FEEPS1 - primary
FPI1 - primary
HPCA1 - primary
RAPID1 - primary
RBSPICE1 - primary
SST1 - primary
HEP2 - very high
CAMMICE2 - very high
CEPPAD2 - very high
CPI2 - very high
EPIC2 - very high
HYDRA2 - very high
IRM2 - very high
LEP2 - very high
LEP-i2 - very high
MEP-i2 - very high
TIDE/PSI2 - very high
TIMAS2 - very high
GALS/13 - high
ISIS-EPI3 - high
SIS3 - high
CELIAS3 - high
Electron-M-PESCA3 - high
ESEP3 - high
GGAK-M/RIMS-M3 - high
RIMS-A3 - high
SEPICA 3 - high
SKL-particles3 - high
ULEIS3 - high
Nucleon3 - high
EPACT4 - fair
EPD4 - fair
ERNE4 - fair
HILT4 - fair
SWA4 - fair
ASPEX4 - fair
EPAM4 - fair
IMPACT/SEP4 - fair
LEICA4 - fair
PAPA4 - fair
PLASTIC4 - fair
SMS4 - fair
SWE4 - fair
SWICS4 - fair
SWIMS4 - fair
SWIS/STIS4 - fair
CRIS (ACE)4 - fair
MAST4 - fair
PAMELA4 - fair
PET4 - fair
AIP5 - marginal
ICARE5 - marginal
IPEI5 - marginal
SEISS/EHIS5 - marginal