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Solar X-ray Fluxes - Four Bands


Availability: Data Accessible Elsewhere

Time span: 1967-10-02 to 1968-07-15


This collection was generated on magnetic tape at NSSDC from the punched cards used by the principal investigator to provide the plots of data set SOXR-00068. The data are contained on a BCD magnetic tape written on an IBM 7094 computer. The collection includes the date (month, day, year), and universal time (hour, minute, second) of each point shown on the plots for the period covered. The average flux value, in ergs/(sq cm-s), the number of points in each average, and the amplifier range are given for the 0.05-0.3 nm, 0.1-0.8 nm, and 0.8-2 nm detectors. The average flux value and the number of points used in each average are given for the 4.4-6 nm detector. Data are available online at

Alternate Names

  • Solar X-Ray Fluxes- 4 Bands


  • Solar Physics: X-Ray


  • 67-073A-21E

Additional Information



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NameRoleOriginal AffiliationE-mail
Mr. Robert M. CandeyGeneral ContactNASA Goddard Space Flight
Dr. Donald M. HoranGeneral ContactUS Naval Research

Selected References

  • Kreplin, R. W., et al., Measurements of solar X-ray emission from the OGO-4 spacecraft, in Sol. Flares and Space Res., 121-130, North-Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1969.
  • Wende, C. D., The normalization of solar X-ray data from many experiments, Solar Phys., 22, No. 2, 492-502, doi:10.1007/BF00148712, 1972.
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