|Name||HISCALE, Heliosphere Instrument for Spectra, Composition & Anisotropy at Low Energies|
|Abstract||HISCALE provides measurements of interplanetary ions and electrons throughout the entire Ulysses mission. The ions (E(i) greater than about 50 keV) and electrons (E(e) greater than about 30 keV) are identified uniquely and detected by five separate solid-state detector telescopes that are oriented to give nearly complete pitch-angle coverage from the spinning spacecraft.|
|Description||Ion and electron fluxes best time resolution is 17 minutes; hourly and daily averages are also provided.
Pulse Height Analysis events, rates and spectra.
Ion and electron count rates best time resolution is 12 seconds; 5 minutes, hourly and daily averages are also provided.
Daily and hourly background fluxes.
|Publication||Lanzerotti, L.J., et al., Heliosphere Instrument for Spectra, Composition and Anisotropy at Low Energies, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 92, 349-363 (1992); link to publication|
|Temporal Coverage||1990.10.06 - 2009.30.06|
|Mission Description||The joint ESA-NASA Ulysses deep-space mission conducted the first-ever out-of-ecliptic study of the heliosphere - the region of space influenced by the Sun and its magnetic field. The European-built Ulysses spacecraft was launched by the space shuttle Discovery on the 6th of October 1990, and remained operative until the 30th of June 2009, covering almost a full 22-year solar magnetic cycle.
Wenzel, K.P., Marsden, R.G., Page, D.E., Smith, E.J., The ULYSSES Mission, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl., 92, 2, 207-219, 1992; link to publication
|Creator Contact||Dr. Thomas P. Armstrong, Principal Investigator, Fundamental Technologies, Kansas, USA, email@example.com|
|Publisher And Registrant||European Space Agency|
|Credit Guidelines||When publishing any works related to this experiment, please cite the DOI found herein.|