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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 up-to-5-step rating, evaluated as a blend of several elements.  For this particular Variable, the rating is driven by:

  • the observation geometry
  • the spectral band exploited for imagery.

 

RATING CRITERIA:

1

  • Heliosphere around the Sun observed in VIS

2

  • Interplanetary space observed in UV and/or VIS and/or NIR and or SWIR

3

  • Interplanetary space observed in X-ray and/or EUV and/or at the Lyman-alpha line

4

  • Observation from the magnetosphere in UV and/or VIS and/or NIR and or SWIR

5

  • Observation from the magnetosphere in X-ray and/or EUV and/or at the Lyman-alpha line
Measurement timeline for Heliospheric image Help icon
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Found 20 results

This table has a large number of results.
Instrument NRT? Relevance Satellite Orbit DLR
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SECCHI/HI-11 - primarySTEREO-B23.44 °
X
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X
SECCHI/HI-11 - primarySTEREO-A23.44 °
X
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SECCHI/HI-21 - primarySTEREO-B23.44 °
X
XXXXXXX
X
SECCHI/HI-21 - primarySTEREO-A23.44 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
OM2 - very highXMM-Newton40 °
X
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SMEI Important note2 - very highCoriolis06:10 desc
X
XXXXXXX
X
FIMS2 - very highSTSat-110:30 asc
X
X
X
FUV (ICON)2 - very highICON27 °
X
XXXXX
FUV/SI2 - very highIMAGE90 °
X
XXXX
X
FUV/WIC2 - very highIMAGE90 °
X
XXXX
X
MIRIS/MSOC2 - very highSTSat-317:30 asc
X
X
X
FUV/GEO3 - highIMAGE90 °
X
XXXX
X
SWAN3 - highSOHO
X
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EUV3 - highIMAGE90 °
X
XXXX
X
EPIC (XMM)3 - highXMM-Newton40 °
X
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IXAE3 - highIRS-P310:30 desc
X
XXXXXXX
X
RGS3 - highXMM-Newton40 °
X
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FAI Important note4 - fairCASSIOPE80.97 °
X
XXXXXXX
X
UVI4 - fairPolar86 °
X
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X
PIXIE5 - marginalPolar86 °
X
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X
All instruments for measuring Heliospheric image
Instruments Relevance Operational limitations
SECCHI/HI-11 - primary
SECCHI/HI-21 - primary
OM2 - very high
SMEI2 - very high
FIMS2 - very high
FUV (ICON)2 - very high
FUV/SI2 - very high
FUV/WIC2 - very high
MIRIS/MSOC2 - very high
FUV/GEO3 - high
SWAN3 - high
EUV3 - high
EPIC (XMM)3 - high
IXAE3 - high
RGS3 - high
FAI4 - fair
UVI4 - fair
PIXIE5 - marginal