Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) is a spacecraft laboratory, orbiting the Sun-Earth first libration point. Its mission is the measurement of solar wind and the interplanetary magnetic field at Sun-Earth L1 Lagrange point, some time before solar particles reach our planet.
MMS real time solar wind dashboard
Real-time ACE data dials dashbord, current and predicted space weather conditions plots from NASA MMS at RSI. (External links to dashbord and forecast open in a new browser window.) Solar Wind Dashboard | Solar Wind Forecast
SWPC data plots
NOAA SWPC latest history plots, visualizing the data from the four ACE instruments: EPAM, SWEPAM, MAG and SIS. (External links to plot images open in a new browser window.)
Ground station tracking of ACE RTSW data, processed by NOAA SWPC. Network coverage and data reception plots for the latest 6 hours and 48 hours. (External links to plot images open in a new browser window.) 6 hours | 48 hours
Space weather and solar activity
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