EVE Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment

The MEGS-B exposure table lists hours with at least 50% exposure, however, nearly every hour listed below is 100% complete and available for science analysis in the level 2 products.

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The MEGS-B duty cycle was altered to include 3 hours of continuous observations plus 5-minute exposures for all other hours starting on August 16, 2010 (day 228). Prior to that, MEGS-B had only 15-16 minute observations each day. Approximately once per month EVE is commanded to perform a MEGS-B Flare Campaign, where MEGS-B is exposed continuously for 24 hours.