NOAA / Space Weather Prediction Center

Image of Effects on Satellites

Like ships at sea, satellites sail the ocean space. And, like their terrestrial counterparts, satellites must endure severe storms in the environment in order to perform their mission. See SWPC Topic paper: Satellites and Space Weather for more information and discussions of satellite anomalies.


SWPC Web pages with information for Satellite Operators

Dynamic Real-time Displays
Plots from 1996 to current
45-day Data Lists
GOES Electron Data GOES Electron Flux GOES Energetic Proton and Electron Data
GOES Proton Data GOES Proton Flux GOES Proton Channel Data
GOES Magnetometers GOES Magnetometers GOES Magnetometers

Today's Space Weather - Dynamic overview of current space weather conditions
NOAA POES - Energetic Particles
Reports of solar radio bursts Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary and Edited Events Reports
The K-index - a short description
Relativistic Electron Forecast Model

Related non-SWPC Links:

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL))
National Geophysical Data Center - Solar-Terrestrial Physics
Space Weather - A Research Perspective
Micron Systems Ltd UK - Satellite Industry Links
Marshall Space Flight Center - The Space Environment and Effects (SEE) Program
Space Environment Technologies - Space Weather Products and Services