Extracting Space Weather Information from Research Models : Opportunities and Challenges
- Hesse, Michael
- April 20, 2010.
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- 1 electronic document
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- In addition to supporting space research in the international community, the Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC) has as its second objective to apply the power of modern research models toward space weather specification and forecasting. Motivated by the objectives to test models and to ease the transition of research models to space weather forecasting organizations, the CCMC has developed a number of real-time modeling systems, as well as a large number of modeling and data products for space weather forecasting support. Over time, these activities have produced tailored products for partners, as well as tools, which address the space weather needs of NASA's robotic mission community. All tools are accessible via a configurable, flexible interface. During this process, CCMC has accumulated substantial experience in understanding model performance, as well as in the design and execution of realtime systems. This presentation will focus on lessons learned and it will suggest low hanging fruit for transition to operations at partner agencies.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 20110009905. and Space Weather Workshop; 20-29 April 2010; San Luis Obispo, CA; United States.
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