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Record Format for FAT

This file is composed of 2800 byte records, sequential in time, with cadence equal to the stepping period of the LECP instrument. Each record consists has the following layout:

Bytes 1-200

Bytes 201-600

Bytes 601-800

Bytes 701-900

Bytes 901-2400

Bytes 2401-2800

KHED(100)

R(100)

IUNCS(100)

NSAMP(100)

IFILL(700)

ISTP(100,2)

Integer*2

Real*4

Integer*2

Integer*2

Integer*2

Integer*2

In the FORTRAN programs of the VGER processing, the FAT record can be represented by the following labeled COMMON block and Type Declarations for the variables:

COMMON/FOUT/KHED,R,IUNCS,NSAMP,IFILL,ISTP
INTEGER*2 KHED(100) !OUTPUT RECORD HEADER
INTEGER*2 IUNCS(100) !OUTPUT RECORD UNCS (64*PERCENT)
INTEGER*2 NSAMP(100) !OUTPUT REC. #OF BASIC ACCUM. INTERVAL
INTEGER*2 IFILL(700) !SPACE IN COMMON BLOCK FOR THE FLUXES
INTEGER*2 ISTP(100,2) !STARTING AND ENDING MOTOR POSITIONS
REAL*4 R(100) !OUTPUT RECORD COUNT RATES.(C/SEC.)

A list of contents of KHED(100) follows:

INDEX

ITEM

TYPE

DESCRIPTION

1

SCID

I*2

LEFT BYTE:     SPACECRAFT ID. & /MODE IS S/C ID. 0=VGR 2, 1=VGR 1
RIGHT BYTE:    MODE(HEX) A=GS3, 7=CR1, 1=CR2, 2=CR3,5=CR6,8=NE, 18 OR 1D = CR5A

2

DIR

I*2

SCAN DIRECTION 1=INCR., -1=DECR.

3

ST01

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 1

4

ST01

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 1

5

ST02

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 2

6

ST02

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 2

7

ST03

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 3

8

ST03

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 3

9

ST04

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 4

10

ST04

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 4

11

ST05

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 5

12

ST05

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 5

13

ST06

I*2

FIRST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 6

14

ST06

I*2

LAST OCCURRENCE OF STATUS WORD 6

15

MPOS

I*2

MOTOR POSITION(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

16

TTEMP

I*2

TEL. TEMP, (128*CENT. DEG)(-9999 IF UNK.)

17

LOGT

I*2

LOG AMP. TEMP. (128* CENT.DEG.)

18

TIMUNT

I*2

BASIC ACCUM. TIME UNIT IN SECONDS FROM MRT

19

NGRP

I*2

NUMBER OF RATE GROUPS IN THIS FORMAT

20

G18

I*2

GROUP 18 I.D./SC EVENT TIME FLAG

21

ALTFLG

I*2

FLAG FOR THE GS3 50-50 MODE 0=LEPT, 1=LEMPA

22

DATE

A*2

FIRST TWO CHARACTERS OF PRODUCTION DATE

23

DATE

A*2

PRODUCTION DATE (cont.)

24

DATE

A*2

PRODUCTION DATE (cont.)

25

DATE

A*2

PRODUCTION DATE (cont.)

26

DATE

A*2

PRODUCTION DATE (cont.)

27

DATE

A*2

PRODUCTION DATE (cont.)

28

RATE

I*2

STEPPING RATE, SECONDS.

29

SPARE

I*2

 

30

ADFL

I*2

FLAG=1 FOR DEAD TIME CORR. APPLIED (ALPHA)

31

BDFL

I*2

FLAG=1 FOR DEAD TIME CORR. APPLIED (BETA)

32

ADVR

A*2

TWO CHARACTERS FOR DEAD TIME VERSION USED (ALPHA)

33

BDVR

A*2

TWO CHARACTERS FOR DEAD TIME VERSION USED (BETA)

34

SPARE

I*2

 

35

SECST

I*2

16*AVG BEGIN TIME IN SECONDS

36

SECSP

I*2

16*AVG END TIME IN SECONDS

37

M60F

I*2

VALUE OF MOD 60 AT FIRST APPEARANCE

38

M60L

I*2

VALUE OF MOD 60 AT LAST APPEARANCE

39

M16F

I*2

VALUE OF MOD 2**16 AT FIRST APPEARANCE

40

M16L

I*2

VALUE OF MOD 2**16 AT LAST APPEARANCE

41

SCETHS

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME HOUR AT START

42

SCETHE

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME HOUR AT END

43

SCETSS

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME SECOND AT START

44

SCETSE

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME SECOND AT END

45

SCETMS

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME MILLISECOND START

46

SCETME

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME MILLISECOND END

47

SCETYS

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME YEAR AT START

48

SCETYE

I*2

SPACECRAFT EVENT TIME YEAR AT END

49

WYEAR

I*2

AVG. WINDOW YEAR IF APPLICABLE.

50

WDAY

I*2

AVG. WINDOW DAY IF APPLICABLE.

51

WHR

I*2

AVG. WINDOW HOUR IF APPLICABLE.

52

WSEC

I*2

AVG. WINDOW SECONDS IF APPLICABLE.

53

WINC

I*2

100. AVG DURATION IN HOURS.

54

SPARE

I*2

 

55

SPARE

I*2

 

56

SPARE

I*2

 

57

SPARE

I*2

 

58

SPARE

I*2

 

59

SPARE

I*2

 

60

S/C R

I*2

JOVICENTRIC RADIAL DISTANCE IN UNITS OF 100*RJ

61

S/C Lat

I*2

JOVIMAGNETIC DIPOLE LATITUDE OF S/C IN 10*DEGREES

62

S/C Long.

I*2

JOVIMAGNETIC DIPOLE LONGITUDE OF S/C IN 10*DEGREES

63

S/C SIII Long

 

SYSTEM III LONG OF S/C IN 10*DEGREES

64

IO SIII Long

 

SYSTEM III LONG OF IO IN 10*DEGREES

65

EU SIII Long

 

SYSTEM III LONG OF EUROPA IN 10 * DEGREES

66

NAME

A*2

INPUT FILENAME

67

NAME

A*2

INPUT FILENAME (cont.)

68

NAME

A*2

INPUT FILENAME (cont.)

69

NAME

A*2

INPUT FILENAME (cont.)

70

Bx

 

MAGNETIC FIELD X COMPONENT IN UNITS OF 10*GAMMA

71

By

 

MAGNETIC FIELD Y COMPONENT IN UNITS OF 10*GAMMA

72

Bz

 

MAGNETIC FIELD Z COMPONENT IN UNITS OF 10*GAMMA

 

 

 

IF BY=BZ=32767 THEN BX IS THE MAGNITUDE OF THE FIELD

73

L

 

MAGNETIC FIELD L VALUE OF THE SPACECRAFT

74

SPARE

 

 

75

SPARE

 

 

76

SPARE

 

 

77

SPARE

 

 

78

SPARE

 

 

79

SPARE

 

 

80

PS 1

 

SECTOR 1 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

81

PS 2

 

SECTOR 2 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

82

PS 3

 

SECTOR 3 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

83

PS 4

 

SECTOR 4 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

84

PS 5

 

SECTOR 5 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

85

PS 6

 

SECTOR 6 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

86

PS 7

 

SECTOR 7 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

87

PS 8

 

SECTOR 8 PL0 PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10*DEGREES

88

PS 1

 

SECTOR 1 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

89

PS 2

 

SECTOR 2 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

90

PS 3

 

SECTOR 3 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

91

PS 4

 

SECTOR 4 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

92

PS 5

 

SECTOR 5 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

93

PS 6

 

SECTOR 6 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

94

PS 7

 

SECTOR 7 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

95

PS 8

 

SECTOR 8 OF P DELTA' PITCH ANGLE IN UNITS OF 10 * DEGREES

96

NAME

A*2

OUTPUT FILENAME

97

NAME

A*2

OUTPUT FILENAME (cont.)

98

NAME

A*2

OUTPUT FILENAME (cont.)

99

NAME

A*2

OUTPUT FILENAME (cont.)

100

SPARE

 

 

List of the contents of R(100):

Index

Item

Species (Main)

Energy (MeV/Nucleon) (Nominal)

Detector

1

EB01

ELECTRON

0.015 TO 0.037

BETA

2

EBD1

ELECTRON

0.015 TO 0.200

BETA PRIME

3

EB02

ELECTRON

0.037 TO 0.061

BETA

4

EBD2

ELECTRON

0.037 TO 0.200

BETA PRIME

5

EB03

ELECTRON

0.070 TO 0.112

BETA

6

EBD3

ELECTRON

0.070 TO 0.200

BETA PRIME

7

EB04

ELECTRON

0.130 TO 0.183

BETA

8

EBD4

ELECTRON

0.130 TO 0.200

BETA PRIME

9

EB05

ELECTRON

0.20 & UP

BETA

10

EBD5

ELECTRON

0.20 & UP

BETA PRIME

11

EG06

ELECTRON

0.20 & UP

GAMMA

12

EG07

ELECTRON

0.40 & UP

GAMMA

13

EG08

ELECTRON

0.70 & UP

GAMMA

14

EG09

ELECTRON

1.50 & UP

GAMMA

15

44

ELECTRON

0.35 TO 1.50

E4(E5A)(E3)(E2)

16

45

ELECTRON

2.5 & UP

E4 E3A (E3C)(E5A)(E2)

17

37

ELECTRON

6.0 & UP

E4 (E4A)E3C(E5A)(E2)

18

PL01

Z.GE.1

0.030 TO 0.053 (Z=1)

A1(A2)

19

PL02

Z.GE.1

0.053 TO 0.085 (Z=1)

A2(A3)

20

PL03

Z.GE.1

0.085 TO 0.139 (Z=1)

A3(A4)

21

PL04

Z.GE.1

0.139 TO 0.200 (Z=1)

A4(A5)

22

PL05

Z.GE.1

0.200 TO 0.550 (Z=1)

A5(A6)

23

PL06

Z.GE.1

0.540 TO 1.05 (Z=1)

A6(A7)

24

PL07

Z.GE.1

1.05 TO 2.03 (Z=1)

A7(A8)

25

PL08

Z.GE.1

2.03 TO 4.01 (Z=1)

A8(A9)

26

32

PROTONS

0.27 TO 0.70

E0 E2 (E3)

27

1

PROTONS

0.48 TO 1.40

E1 E2 (E3) (L12A)

28

10

PROTONS

4.10 TO 10.0

E2 E3 (E4)

29

11

PROTONS

10.0 TO 22.0

E2 E3 (E4)

30

16

PROTONS

3.0 TO 19.0

E5 E4 (E3)

31

23

PROTONS

19.0 TO 31.0

E5 E4 E3 (E2)

32

27

PROTONS

31.0 TO 150.0

E5 E4 E3 E2

33

31

PROTONS

240.& UP

E4 E3

34

39

ALPHAS

0.075 TO 0.150

E0 (E2)

35

33

ALPHAS

0.150 TO 0.430

E0 E2 (E3)

36

D1F1

ALPHAS

0.150 TO 1.10

E1

37

3

ALPHAS

0.39 TO 1.50

E1 E2 (E3) L12A (L12B)

38

4

ALPHAS

1.50 TO 3.70

E1 E2 (E3) L12A (L12B)

39

12

ALPHAS

4.20 TO 8.90

E2 E3 (E4) (L23A)

40

13

ALPHAS

8.90 TO 21.0

E2 E3 (E4) (L23A)

41

17

ALPHAS

3.0 TO 21.0

E5 E4 (E3) L54A (L54B)

42

24

ALPHAS

21.0 TO 31.0

E5 E4 E3 (E2)

43

28

ALPHAS

34.0 TO 64.0

E5 E4 E3 E2

44

AL01

ALPHAS

0.98 TO 1.77

A9(A10)

45

AL02

ALPHAS

1.77 TO 4.22

A10

46

34

ALPHAS

0.23 TO 0.44

E0 E2 (E3)

47

5

L-NUCLEI

0.60 TO 4.20

E1 E2 (E3) L12B (L12C)

48

14

L-NUCLEI

5.50 TO 33

E2 E3 (E4) L23A (L23B)

49

18

L-NUCLEI

4.0 TO 21

E5 E4 (E3) L54B (L54C)

50

38

M-NUCLEI

0.047 TO 0.125

E0 (E2)

51

35

M-NUCLEI

0.125 TO 0.260

E0 E2 (E3)

52

D1F2

M-NUCLEI

0.130 TO 10.

E1

53

6

M-NUCLEI

0.440 TO 2.90

E1 E2 (E3)

54

7

M-NUCLEI

2.90 TO 7.8

E1 E2 (E3)

55

15

M-NUCLEI

7.80 TO 40.

E2 E3 (E4) L23B (L23C)

56

19

M-NUCLEI

6.30 TO 10.0

E5 E4 (E3) L54C (L54D)

57

20

M-NUCLEI

10.0 TO 42.0

E5 E4 (E3) L54C (L54D)

58

25

M-NUCLEI

42.0 TO 64.0

E5 E4 E3 (E2)

59

29

M-NUCLEI

64.0 TO 200.

E5 E4 E3 E2

60

36

H-NUCLEI

0.062 TO 0.105

E0 E2 (E3)

61

8

H-NUCLEI

0.250 TO 2.00

E1 E2 (E3)

62

9

H-NUCLEI

2.00 TO 13.

E1 E2 (E3)

63

43

H-NUCLEI

13.0 TO 74.0

E2 E3 (E4) L23C

64

21

H-NUCLEI

8.60 TO 21.0

E5 E4 (E3) L54D

65

22

H-NUCLEI

21.0 TO 86.0

E5 E4 (E3) L54D

66

26

H-NUCLEI

86.0 TO 125.

E5 E4 E3 (E2)

67

30

H-NUCLEI

125.0 & UP

E5 E4 E3 E2

68

42

MISC.

AR

 

69

42

MISC.

E0

 

70

42

MISC.

E1

 

71

42

MISC.

E2

 

72

42

MISC.

E3

 

73

42

MISC.

E4

 

74

42

MISC.

E5

 

75

42

MISC.

AL

 

76

41

MISC.

AL AR

 

C

NEAR ENCOUNTER ONLY DATA CHANNELS

77

ESA0

ELECTRONS

2.5 & UP

A SINGLES

78

ESB0

ELECTRONS

 8.5 & UP

B SINGLES

79

AB10

ELECTRONS

8.5 & UP

A1 B0 COINC.

80

DP09

IONS

0.285 TO 5.02

DELTA '

81

DP10

IONS

0.480 TO 2.58

DELTA '

82

DP11

IONS

0.725 TO 1.64

DELTA '

83

PD09

IONS

0.285 TO 5.25

DELTA

84

PD10

IONS

0.480 TO 2.72

DELTA

85

PD11

IONS

0.725 TO 1.72

DELTA

86

AB12

IONS

54.0 TO 87.3

A1 B2 COINC.

87

AB13

IONS

87.3 TO 152.

A1 B3 COINC.

88

PSA1

IONS

15.8 TO 158.

A1 SINGLES

89

PSA2

IONS

15.8 TO 49.0

A2 SINGLES

90

PSA3

IONS

16.3 TO 26.2

A3 SINGLES

91

PSB1

IONS

54.0 TO 174.

B1 SINGLES

92

PSB2

IONS

54.0 TO 87.3

B2 SINGLES

93

PSB3

IONS

54.0 TO 59.0

B3 SINGLES

94

DA03

IONS Z.GE.2 0

0.480 TO 2.45

DELTA '

95

DA04

IONS Z.GE.2 0

0.780 TO 1.41

DELTA '

96

DZ01

IONS Z.GE.2 0

0.405 TO 18.8

DELTA '

97

AD03

IONS Z.GE.2 0

 0.480 TO 2.58

DELTA

98

AD04

IONS Z.GE.2 0

 0.780 TO 1.48

DELTA

99

ZD01

IONS Z.GE.2 0

 0.400 TO 19.8

DELTA

100

SPARE

 

 

 

101-200 UNC. 1-100 UNITS OF 64*PERCENT  
201-300 NUMBER 1-100 UNITS OF BASIC ACCUM. TIME FOR MODE  

The array IFILL(700) reserves space for items calculated from the RATES(100) array using empirically derived expressions and coefficients that are loaded into labelled common blocks are the beginning of execution from the subroutine NEWBEG.FOR. In FORTRAN programs these items may be conveniently organized using the arrays IGAM(50), ICOMPR(30), IANGER(20), IUGAM(50), IUCOMP(50), IUANGR(20), IGFLX(100, ICFACT(100), FLUXES(100), IUFLUX(100) and ISTP(100,2). Note that ISTP(100,2) is prepared in the subroutine MTRCHECK_2001 and carries the information necessary to establish which a given channel might have directionally mixed data due to insufficiently rapid sampling compared to motor stepping.

COMMON/FOUT/IHED(100),RATES(100),IUNCS(100),NSAMP(100),IGAM(50),
1 ICOMPR(30),IANGER(20),IUGAM(50),IUCOMP(30),IUANGR(20),
2 IGFLX(100),ICFACT(100),FLUXES(100),IUFLUX(100),ISTP(100,2)

List of Contents of IGAM(50)                                                                                                                                                                             

Offset

Index

Item

Description

Units

301

1

EB01/EB02

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

302

2

EB02/EB03

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

303

3

EB03/EB04

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

304

4

EB04/EB05

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

305

5

EG06/EG07

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

306

6

EG07/EG08

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

307

7

EG08/EG09

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

308

8

PL01/PL02

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

309

9

PL02/PL03

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

310

10

PL03/PL04

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

311

11

PL04/PL05

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

312

12

PL05/PL06

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

313

13

PL06/PL07

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

314

14

PL07/PL08

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

315

15

32/1

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

316

16

1/10

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

317

17

10/11

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

318

18

16/23

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

319

19

AL01/AL02

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

320

20

39/33

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

321

21

33/3

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

322

22

3/4

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

323

23

4/12

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

324

24

12/13

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

325

25

17/24

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

326

26

38/35

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

327

27

35/6

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

328

28

6/7

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

329

29

7/15

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

330

30

19/20

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

331

31

36/8

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

332

32

8/9

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

333

33

9/43

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

334

34

21/22

Exponent in a power law fit (Eg)

2048*g

335

35

Pd09/Pd10

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

336

36

Pd10/Pd11

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

337

37

PAB12/PAB13

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

338

38

Pd09/Pd10

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

339

39

Pd10/Pd11

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

340

40

Ad02/Ad04

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

341

41

Ad03/Ad04

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

342

42

SA2/SB2

LOG10 RATIO

2048*g

343-350

SPARES

 

 

 

 List of contents of ICOMPR(30)                                                                                                                          

Offset

Index

Item

Description

Units

351

1

PL03/39

P/ALPHA RATIO .075 TO .150

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

352

2

(PL04+PL05)/33

P/APLHA RATIO .150 TO .430

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

353

3

(PL06+PL07)/3

P/ALPHA RATIO .390 TO 1.5

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

354

4

1/3

P/ALPHA RATIO .48 TO 1.5

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

355

5

10/12

P/ALPHA RATIO 4.2 TO 8.9

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

356

6

11/13

P/ALPHA RATIO 8.9 TO 21.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

357

7

PL07/AL01

P/ALPHA RATIO 1.0 TO 1.8

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

358

8

PL08/ 4

P/ALPHA RATIO 1.5 TO 3.7

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

359

9

16/17

P/ALPHA RATIO 3.0 TO 21.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

360

10

23/24

P/ALPHA RATIO 21.0 TO 31.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

361

11

27/28

P/ALPHA RATIO 31.0 TO 64.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

362

12

39/38

ALPHA/MEDIUM 0.047 TO 0.125

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

363

13

33/35

ALPHA/MEDIUM 0.125 TO 0.260

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

364

 14

(3+4)/6

ALPHA/MEDIUM  0.440 TO 2.90

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

365

15

12/7

ALPHA/MEDIUM  2.90  TO 7.80

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

366

16

13/15

ALPHA/MEDIUM  7.80  TO 40.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

367

17

17/19

ALPHA/MEDIUM  6.30  TO 10.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

368

18

(24+28)/(20+25)

ALPHA/MEDIUM  10.0  TO 64.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

369

 19

D1F1/D1F2

ALPHA/MEDIUM  0.130 TO 10.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

370

 20

38/36

MEDIUM/HEAVY  0.062 TO 0.105

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

371

21

6/8

MEDIUM/HEAVY  0.250 TO 2.00

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

372

22

7/9

MEDIUM/HEAVY  2.00 TO 13.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

373

 23

15/43

MEDIUM/HEAVY  13.0 TO 74.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

374

 24

(19+20+25)/(21+22)

MEDIUM/HEAVY 8.60 TO 86.0

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

375

 25

P d 09/A d 03

PROTON/ALPHA,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

376

26

P d 10/A d 04

PROTON/ALPHA,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

377

27

A d 04/Z d 01

ALPHA/MEDIUM,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

378

 28

P d 09/A d 03

PROTON/ALPHA,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

379

 29

P d 10/A d 04

PROTON/ALPHA,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

380

30

A d 04/ Z d 01

ALPHA/MEDIUM,RAW C.R. RATIO

64*Ratio (Dimensionless)

 List of Contents of IANGR(20)

Offset

Index

Item

Description

Units

381

1

(10+11)/16

FRONT/BACK RATIO PROTONS 3.0 TO 19.0

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

382

2

(12+13)/17

FRONT/BACK RATIO ALPHAS 3.0 TO 21.0

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

383

3

15/(19+20)

FRONT/BACK RATIO MEDIUMS 6.3 TO 42.0

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

384

4

43/(21+22)

FRONT/BACK RATIO HEAVIES 8.6 TO 86.0

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

385

5

Eb1/Eb1

POLAR/EQUATOR ELECTRONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

386

6

Eb2/Eb2

POLAR/EQUATOR ELECTRONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

387

7

Eb3/Eb3

POLAR/EQUATOR ELECTRONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

388

8

Eb4/Eb4

POLAR/EQUATOR ELECTRONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

389

9

Eb5/Eb5

POLAR/EQUATOR ELECTRONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

390

10

Pd 09/Pd09

EQUATOR/POLAR IONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

391

11

Pd 10/Pd10

EQUATOR/POLAR IONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

392

 12

Pd 11/Pd11

EQUATOR/POLAR IONS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

393

 13

Ad 03/Ad 03

EQUATOR/POLAR ALPHAS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

394

14

Ad 04/Ad04

EQUATOR/POLAR ALPHAS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

395

15

Zd 01/Zd01

EQUATOR/POLAR MEIUMS

512 * Ratio (Dimensionless)

396-400

SPARES

 

 

 

 Uncertainty Arrays for IGAM(50),ICOMPR(30),IANGR(20)                                                                                                                          

Offset

Index

Item

Description

Units

401-500

1-100

 

UNCS.FOR ITEMS 301-400 ABOVE

64 * percent
(-6400 means no datum)

  Description of IGFLX(100)  

Offset IndexDescription Units
501-600 IGFLX(1)
Thru
IGFLX(100)
AN ARRAY CONTAINING THE VALUES  OF GAMMA USED IN CORRECTING THE COUNT RATES FOR THE FINITE PASSBAND WIDTHS IN THE DERIVATION OF THE DIFFERENTIAL FLUXES. THESE MAY BE ACTUAL OR DEFAULT VALUES, DEPENDING ON THE OUTCOME OF THE ATTEMPT TO DERIVE AN ESTIMATE FROM THE COUNT RATE RATIOS. 2048*g.

 Description of ICFACT(100)                                                                                                                                                                               

Offset IndexDescription Units
601-700

ICFACT(1) Thru
ICFACT(100)

 

COMPOSITION CORRECTION FACTORS FOR RATE CHANNELS 1-100. THESE ARE THE NUMERICAL FACTORS BY WHICH THE COUNT RATE WAS MULTIPLIED TO CORRECT IT FOR CONTAMINATION BY EXTRA SPECIES.  THIS IS A NUMBER BETWEEN 0. AND 1.0 1024*FACTOR

  Explanation of FLUX(100)   

OffsetIndex Description Units
701-800

FLUX(I)
thru
FLUX(100)

 

FLUXES CORRESPONDING TO ITEMS 1-100 ABOVE DIFFERENTIAL FLUXES EVALUATED AT STANDARD VALUES OF THE ENERGY AND CORRECTED FOR FINITE PASSBAND WIDTHS AND CONTAMINATION BY UNDESIRED SPECIES Particles/(cm2 sec sr MeV)

 Explanation of IUFLUX(100)

Offset Index Statistical Uncertainties in Fluxes Units
801-900

IUFLUX(I)
thru
IUFLUX(1000)

FLUX UNCS 64 * Percent

Explanation of ISTP(100,1)   

901-1000

ISTP(I,1)

100 I*2 WORDS WHICH GIVE THE NUMBER OF MOTOR POSITIONS INCLUDED IN THE AVERAGE--USUALLY =1 FOR UNMIXED DATA.

Explanation of ISTP(100,2)

1001-1100

ISTP(I,2)

100 I*2 WORDS WHICH GIVE THE STARTING POSITION OF THIS AVERAGE.IHED(15) GIVES THE ENDING POSITION OF THE MOTOR FOR THIS RECORD

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