Aeronomical reference spectrum for solar UV below 2000 Å L. Heroux, H. E. Hinteregger, 1978
- Rocket experiment on April 1974, 14–2000 Å, R74113 spectrum revised to F74113
- Atmospheric Exlorer E satellite extreme ultraviolet spectrometer 140–1850 Å
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EUVAC: A solar EUV Flux Model for aeronomic calculations P. G. Richards, J. A. Fennelly, D. G. Torr, 1994
- Fluxes in the 37 wavelength bins that are in widespread use
- cross sections to be used with the EUVAC flux model to calculate photoionization rates
- cited by 771
The SOLAR2000 empirical solar irradiance model and forecast tool WK Tobiska, T Woods, F Eparvier, R Viereck… - Journal of Atmospheric …, 2000
- ASTM E490 ???
- Woods, Tom; Eparvier, Frank; Woodraska, Don; Rottman, Gary; Solomon, Stan; Roble, Ray; deToma, Guliana; White, Dick; Lean, Judith; Tobiska, Kent;
NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center Solar EUV Irradiance 10 to 120 nm. The solar EUV spectrum, between 1 and 120 nm, is dominated by spectral lines from hydrogen (H), helium (He), oxygen (O), sodium (Na), magnesium (Mg), silicon (Si), and iron (Fe). Seemingly no data useful to me.
NOAA Solar Ultraviolet Spectral Irradiance THE GOOD TABLES
Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer at the Space Telescope Science Institute, deep space sources, not relevant