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SSCWeb
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+ FEEDBACK
+ LOCATOR GRAPHICS
+ 4-D ORBIT VIEWER
+ LOCATOR TABULAR
+ QUERY
+ COORD. CALCULATOR
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NOTICE: September 30 2021: The SPDF websites use Let's Encrypt for our web site HTTPS certification. One of the Let's Encrypt root certificates (DST Root CA X3) expired on Sept. 30, 2021. You may find that some web tools report that our SSL certificates have expired. If so, please update those tools to support the latest root certificates, and to use OpenSSL 1.1.0 or later. This includes updating to the latest curl and wget, and IDL (IDL 8.7.1 and 8.8 work). Compatible software package versions are listed at https://letsencrypt.org/docs/certificate-compatibility/.

NOTICE: February, 2021: To reach SPDF support services staff please use our new email address: NASA-SPDF-Support@nasa.onmicrosoft.com (for help with CDAWeb, SSCWeb, SPDF Web Services and OMNIWeb). To reach CDF support staff please use our new email address: NASA-CDF-Support@nasa.onmicrosoft.com.


Graphics
+ Locator Graphics
The Locator graphics component provides the ability to plot the orbits of multiple spacecraft. In addition to orbit plots, mapped and time series plots can also be generated.(THEMIS Saved Examples)
+ 4-D Orbit Viewer
This application provides the user with the capability to select spacecraft(s) and time ranges of interest, and see their orbits represented as an interactive 4-D animation.

Listings
+ Locator Tabular
The Locator component provides tabular information. As tabular output, the spacecraft's coordinate location can be listed in a variety of coordinate systems, as well as other location related items.(THEMIS Saved Examples)
+ Query
The Query component provides two query matching options: magnetospheric region occupancy and magnetic field line tracing. The region query lists the entry and exit times during which specified satellite(s) were in particular magnetospheric regions. The trace query identifies periods when one or more spacecraft are on the same magnetic flux tube of force, or periods when one or more spacecraft occupy a field line which traces down to a specified ground station.(THEMIS Saved Examples)
+ Coordinate Calculator
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