Agenda Presentation slides and videos from the workshop can be found below.The panels are listed at the top, and the presentations are listed in the
The EVE version 6 data products have been released effective June 15, 2017. All newly generated products will be derived from the version 6 software
After a one-week delay due to high winds, the latest SDO EVE calibration rocket successfully launched on Wednesday, June 1, from White Sands Missile Range
EVE Flare Catalog Update
The EVE version 5 data products have been released effective Dec 23, 2014. All newly generated products will be derived from the version 5 software
We’re sad to report that EVE MEGS-A / SAM data stream has ended on Monday May 26, 2014 due to a power anomaly for MEGS-A
The much anticipated EVE version 4 data products have been released effective Dec 20, 2013. Over the next several days, more products will be available
The science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign. EVE will execute the 24-hour continuous observing sequence starting June 2 (day
MEGS-G flare campaign
A CCD bakeout was started at 16:00 UT March 19, 2012
A CCD bakeout was started at 15:00 UT March 12, 2012. The CCDs will return to normal operation starting Wednesday March 14 around 15:00 UT.
Though we expect the Sun to be rather quiet today, we will be running a MEGS-B campaign in support of special incoherent scatter radar measurements
Due to expected increased solar activity, the science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign. EVE will execute a 24-hour continuous
Maintenance on December 1, 2011
Due to expected increased solar activity, the science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign.
A new web page has been created to indicate when MEGS-B was performing science observations. The full URL is <a href="http://lasp.colorado.edu/eve/data_access/evewebdata/interactive/megsb_daily_exposure_hours.html" title="SDO/EVE MEGS-B Exposure Hours"
Due to recent increased solar activity, the science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign.
Due to recent increased solar activity, the science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign. EVE will execute a 24-hour continuous
EVE scientists have observed that radiation from solar flares sometimes continues for up to five hours beyond the initial minutes of the main phase of
The EVE distribution will be impacted by some system maintenance starting around 9:00 am MDT on August 23.
Due to anticipated increased solar activity, the science and operations team has decided to perform a MEGS-B flare campaign. EVE will execute a 24-hour continuous
The SDO EVE suborbital calibration rocket was launched on March 23, 2011 and was a complete success.
Version 2 EVE data products were released on February 17, 2011 and are available for download.
Due to high solar activity conditions, the science and operations team has decided to extend the MEGS-B flare campaign by one more day.
EVE data is temporarily unavailable due to a CCD bakeout starting on Sept. 23, 2010.
MEGS-B will be temporarily powered off from July 28 to July 30, 2010 (day 209-211).
Version 1 EVE data products have been released on June 18, 2010 and are immediately available for download.
EVE data is temporarily unavailable due to a CCD bakeout starting June 16, 2010 (day 167).
We’ve been seeing just the tip of the iceberg when monitoring flares with X-rays. With the complete extreme ultraviolet (EUV) coverage by SDO EUV Variability
The MEGS-B exposure is being reduced from continuously down to 15 minutes per day.
NASA 36.258 (SDO EVE calibration rocket) was launched at 12:32 MDT (18:32 UT) and had a great flight.
On April 30, 2010 (day 120) EVE began normal operations observing the sun continuously with all channels.
NASA held a news briefing to unveil initial images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory on Wednesday, April 21. The participants for NASA briefing were: Dean
Great day today on the SDO EVE commissioning front – all 4 EVE doors were successfully opened and then we proceeded in getting first solar
Now that SDO is in it’s nominal orbit (3/16/2010), we are continuing EVE commissioning tests. On March 18th, we successfully sent test patterns from the
The SDO spacecraft has spent most of its first few weeks since launch performing orbit maneuvers to transition from a very elliptical orbit (apogee of
As the SDO orbit perigee is raised, the particle counts for EVE’s photodiode are decreasing. This image shows a view of SDO’s orbit; the ellipses
Satellite detectors are sensitive to energetic particles in the Van Allen radiation belts, and EVE is no exception. SDO was launched Feb. 11, 2010 from
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, lifted off Thursday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Launch Complex 41 on a first-of-a-kind
The EVE instrument has 70 times better spectral resolution in the XUV than current measurements and has 30 times better time cadence / duty cycle too.
The EVE instrument was delivered to NASA GSFC on Sep. 7, 2007 and is in preparation for spacecraft integration and test (I&T).