The >300 keV electron detectors do not respond so strongly to auroral activity, but will observe unusually high fluxes in the outer Van Allen radiation belts (geographic latitudes 45° to 60° ) during periods of "relativistic electron events" as observed also by geostationary orbiting satellites.

>300 keV Electrons (90° detector)

>300 keV Electrons (90 detector)
The red box in the plot shows the location of the beginning of the satellite track for this plot. The red triangle indicates the location of the end of the track. Data gaps or missing orbits appear as gaps in the satellite track around the earth.

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