THE CEOS DATABASE : Missions, Instruments and Measurements
CEOS EO HANDBOOK – INSTRUMENT SUMMARY - SEP -
Full Name Space Environment Monitoring Instrument Package Status Operational
Instrument Agencies NSMC-CMA Maturity
Instrument Type Space environment Geometry
Instrument Technology Space environment monitor Sampling
Data Access Data Format
Measurements and Applications A suite that contains energetic particle detectors, magnetometer, and space weather impact detectors, among which, the energetic particle detectors measure high energy protons (0.4~4MeV) and high energy electrons (1~165MeV, and >165MeV) with two probes. Particle flux detection is performed in multiple directions with a number of probes mounted toward different orientation on the three-axis stabilized spacecraft. The space weather impact detectors measure radiation dosage, electrification at the surface and deep inside the spacecraft. It’s the first time China put space weather impact and space environment detectors on the same geostationary platform.
Resolution Summary
Swath Summary
Accuracy Summary
Waveband Summary
 
Instrument Measurements
CategoryParameterAccuracy
Gravity, Magnetic and Geodynamic measurementsIon Density, Drift Velocity, and Temperature 
Instrument Missions
FY-4A - FY-4A Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2016 - 2023)
FY-4B - FY-4B Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2019 - 2025)
FY-4C - FY-4C Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2020 - 2027)
FY-4D - FY-4D Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2023 - 2030)
FY-4E - FY-4E Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2027 - 2034)
FY-4F - FY-4F Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2030 - 2037)
FY-4G - FY-4G Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (2033 - 2040)
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