Materials of the International Conference
50th Anniversary of the International Geophysical Year
and Electronic Geophysical Year

16-19 September 2007 • Suzdal, Russia

Space Physics Interactive Data Resource – SPIDR

M. Zhizhin1, E. Kihn2, R. Redmon2, D. Medvedev1, and D. Mishin1

1Geophysical Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

2National Geophysical Data Center NOAA, Washington, DC, USA

Abstract

SPIDR (Space Physics Interactive Data Resource) is a de facto standard data source for solar-terrestrial physics, functioning within the framework of the ICSU World Data Centers. It is a distributed database and application server network, built to select, visualize and model historical space weather data distributed across the Internet. SPIDR can work as a fully-functional web-application (portal) or as a grid of web-services, providing functions for other applications to access its data holdings.

Citation: M. Zhizhin, E. Kihn, R. Redmon, D. Medvedev, and D. Mishin (2007), Space Physics Interactive Data Resource – SPIDR, in: Materials of the International Conference '50th Anniversary of the International Geophysical Year and Electronic Geophysical Year', GC RAS, Moscow, doi:10.2205/2007-IGY50conf.

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