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Looking for best location to get sci date on magnetic field for planets.
ncc1701d
post Sep 24 2018, 08:46 PM
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Hello,
Say I wanted to create a wire model of the magnetic field of any of the planets that have one using Fortran, Python or C language.
Is there some really popular website that scientists and engineers like to go for this type of data? or is it just all over the place in all sorts of locations on the internet?
Is it even available to the public?

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Xerxes
post Sep 25 2018, 01:37 PM
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I haven't checked the data, but this webpage may have what you want: Magnetic Fields of the Solar System

This 2011 paper also has a pretty good overview: Planetary magnetic fields: Observations and models
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post Sep 27 2018, 01:15 PM
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The Science Data Centre of the European Space Agency (ESDC) contains all the publicy available data from many planetary missions. One that has a lot of magnetic field data is Venus Express.

The ESA Earth data is at https://earth.esa.int/.


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post Sep 27 2018, 10:37 PM
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If you are looking for the data that scientists use then NASA's PDS is your friend, in this specific case the PDS Planetary Plasma Interactions Node:

https://pds-ppi.igpp.ucla.edu/
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post Sep 28 2018, 01:18 AM
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QUOTE (Bjorn Jonsson @ Sep 27 2018, 10:37 PM) *
If you are looking for the data that scientists use then NASA's PDS is your friend, in this specific case the PDS Planetary Plasma Interactions Node:

https://pds-ppi.igpp.ucla.edu/



thank you everyone! I am investigating all of your links
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