Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 February 2011 16:49
The Virtual Magnetospheric Observatory (VMO) is uniting a number of distributed repositories for magnetospheric data. VMO is a project within NASA's Heliophysics Data Environment and is maintained within the Heliospheric Physics Laboratory at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at University of California, UCLA. The VMO utilizes the SPASE data model and provides uniform metadata for magnetospheric data sets. A prominent feature of the VMO are various query interfaces, which provide uniform access to the distributed data sets within VMO.
How Can You Find Magnetospheric Data?
Number of search interfaces is available with various degree of complexity and flexibility. The quickest way to start may be with the search interface at the top of this page: Simply select the time range, region, and other constraints to get the desired data.
Available Search Interfaces
What Data Are Available in VMO?
Where Else Can I Look for Data?
The best place to start looking for additional data resources is the Virtual Space Physics Observatory because it contains the most comprehensive list of space physics resources.
If you didn't find what you were looking for at VMO, please let us know via the About/Contact Us menu or the Report Problem tab on search pages.