AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
Session 77. Here Comes the Sun
Solar, Display, Wednesday, June 2, 1999, 10:00am-6:30pm, Southeast Exhibit Hall

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[77.03] The HESSI Coordinated Data Analysis Flare Archive

D.M. Zarro (SM\&A/GSFC), R.C. Canfield (MSU), A. Csillaghy (UCB)

In preparation for the NASA HESSI mission and in conjunction with the Max Millenium Program, the current capabilities of the Synoptic Data Archive at the NASA/GSFC Solar Data Analysis Center (SDAC) will be enhanced. This Flare Archive will provide two distinct functions with the same database:

(1) a WWW interface to synoptic datasets (e.g. daily images) for planning coordinated observations with HESSI;

(2) a central, searchable archive of ground-based observatory (GBO) and space-based datasets for convenient joint analysis.

Examples of datasets that the ideal HESSI Flare Archive will benefit from including are:

\begin{center} \begin{tabular}{|l| |l|} \hline Datasets & Source \\ \hline \hline Full Disk Coalignment Img. & Sac Peak, BBSO, NSO (SOLIS) \\ H\alpha/Optic. Spect. (inc. Polariz.) & Mees, Meudon \\ Soft/Hard X-ray, EUV Img. & SXI, SXT, HXT, EIT, TRACE \\ Soft/Hard X-ray Lightcurve & GOES, BCS, BATSE \\ Microwave Img/Spect. & OVRO, Nobeyama, Zurich \\ Radio (mm, meter, decimeter) & BIMA, Zurich, Nancay, Izmiran \\ Magnetograms (inc. Vector) & BBSO, MDI, Mees, Mitaka, \\ & MSFC, KPNO \\ \hline \end{tabular} \end{center}

Current capabilities of the Synoptic Data Archive will be demonstrated, and methods for integrating some of the above ancillary datasets with HESSI observations will be described.

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