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The Swarm-SECS project investigates how the method of Spherical Elementary Current Systems can be applied to Swarm magnetic and electric field data in order to create new data products.
The project SIFACIT (Swarm Data Quality Investigation of Field-Aligned Current Products, Ionosphere, and Thermosphere Systems) focuses on the study of the Field-Aligned Currents.
Swarm for Anomalies project will study spatial and temporal evolution of night-time plasma density enhancements.
DynamicEarth - SPP 1788 Priority Programme is a project to quantify terrestrial transport mechanisms and solar-terrestrial interactions, and build on data from satellites on low-Earth orbits.
The project objective is to ensure operational and development activities within the Ionospheric Weather Expert Service Centre of ESA's Space Situational Awareness Space Weather network.
The Swarm SUA project evaluates the space weather capabilities of the Swarm mission and will be of highest relevance for other, as well as future LEO missions with similar instrumentation.
Geomagnetic Virtual Observatories (GVO) project data products provide valuable information to those investigating magnetospheric and ionospheric magnetic signals on timescales of months and longer.
The IPIR project will develop a high-level, global product based on Swarm measurements that will characterise ionospheric irregularities and fluctuations, and address the needs of the users.
The AMPS project outcome is a new climatological model of polar ionospheric currents, based on magnetic field measurements from the CHAMP and Swarm satellites.
In the Swarm-AEBS project, a set of new Swarm data products that characterise the auroral electrojets and auroral oval boundaries will be derived from Swarm magnetic field measurements.
Swarm-Aurora, a web-based tool, provides access to quick-look summary data for an array of ground-based instruments and Swarm in situ measurements, enabling researchers to identify events of interest.
Polar Cap Products (PCP) project will provide essential information on polar cap patches, an important element of space weather in the polar regions.