WP7 Catalogue

This is version: 03 of the catalogue, released 2016-10-19. (DOI: *** still in draft ***)
The catalogue is based on version 3 of the WP2 catalog (DOI: *** still in draft ***) and covers the period from April 2007 to September 2014 after which the spacecraft were moving towards superior conjunction.

The catlogue can be downloaded in several formats (JSON).

Date Range
ID Start (ST-A)
[UTC]
End (ST-A)
[UTC]
F low (ST-A)
[kHz]
F high (ST-A)
[kHz]
Quality (ST-A) Component (ST-A) Start (ST-B)
[UTC]
End (ST-B)
[UTC]
F low (ST-B)
[kHz]
F high (ST-B)
[kHz]
Quality (ST-B) Component (ST-B)

catalogue contains the following columns:

ColumnDescription
IDThe unique identifer for the observed CME.
Start (ST-A)The date and time of the first observation of the radio emission by the STEREO-A. [UTC]
End (ST-A) The date and time of the last observation of the radio emission by the STEREO-A. [UTC]
F low (ST-A) The low frequency cutoff of the radio emission observed by STEREO-A. [kHz]
F high (ST-A) The high frequency cutoff of the radio emission observed by STEREO-A. [kHz]
Quality (ST-A) A measure from .0. (no radio emission) to .5. (clear radio emission), that indicates the quality of the radio emission observed by STEREO-A.
Component (ST-A) Number of components: .0. (not clear), .1. (fundamental or harmonic component), and .2. (fundamental and harmonic components) observed by STEREO-A.
Start (ST-B)The date and time of the first observation of the radio emission by the STEREO-B. [UTC]
End (ST-B) The date and time of the last observation of the radio emission by the STEREO-B. [UTC]
F low (ST-B) The low frequency cutoff of the radio emission observed by STEREO-B. [kHz]
F high (ST-B) The high frequency cutoff of the radio emission observed by STEREO-B. [kHz]
Quality (ST-B) A measure from .0. (no radio emission) to .5. (clear radio emission), that indicates the quality of the radio emission observed by STEREO-B.
Component (ST-B) Number of components: .0. (not clear), .1. (fundamental or harmonic component), and .2. (fundamental and harmonic components) observed by STEREO-B.