AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
Session 69. First Results from RHESSI
SPD Display, Thursday, June 6, 2002, 9:20am-4:00pm, SW Exhibit Hall

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[69.02] A Search and Analysis Tool for RHESSI Complementary Observations

D.M. Zarro (L-3Com/Analytics), K. Tolbert (SSAI), B.R. Dennis (NASA/GSFC)

To maximize its scientific return, the RHESSI mission relies on coordinated analysis of context (or complementary) observations from ground- and space-based observatories. To facilitate this analysis, we have developed a database and software system that allows users to search, browse, and retrieve complementary data for RHESSI-observed flares. The system includes images, spectra, and lightcurves that span a wide range of wavelengths (radio, optical, EUV, soft X-rays, and hard X-rays), as well as magnetic field observations. These observations are mirrored with 24 hours from remote sites around the world to a central archive at the NASA/GSFC Solar Data Analysis Center. The archive currently includes SOHO (EIT, MDI), TRACE, H-alpha (Meudon, BBSO), radio (OVSA, RSTN, Phoenix, Nobeyama, Nancay), and the Czech Hard X-ray Spectrometer observations. This poster will demonstrate an IDL interface to the RHESSI complementary data archive.

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