The SPDF is a project of the Heliophysics Science Division (HSD) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. SPDF consists of web-based services for survey and high resolution data and trajectories. The Facility supports data from most NASA Heliophysics missions to promote correlative and collaborative research across discipline and mission boundaries. Read More here.
News & Announcements
NOTICE: As part of Federal policy to encrypt all network connections, FTP access to the SPDF and CDAWeb data archive is changing to TLS-encrypted FTPS on 2019 July 31. Browsers and traditional command line FTP will no longer connect with FTP, but HTTPS access remains. For more information and alternatives, see our FTPS Readme.
NOTICE: June 25, 2019: Robert McGuire, the head of the Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) since 1992, is retiring. He started as a National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Post-doctoral Fellow at NASA Goddard in 1976, served as the last Project Scientist for the IMP-8 mission until 2006 and was the last designated Principal Investigator of the IMP-8 Goddard Medium Energy (GME) (energetic particle) experiment. He is presently the Associate Director for Science Information Systems in the Heliophysics Science Division at Goddard.
He is being succeeded as Project Scientist for SPDF by Robert M. Candey with Lan Jian as Deputy.
NOTICE: June 25, 2019: The Canned plot visualizer interface has been updated to display MMS Quick Look Summary plots.
NOTICE: June 5, 2019: GOLD Level-2, Channel A L1C and L1D files are available in the SPDF archive. L2: initial release includes TDISK, TLIMB, and O2DEN data (through 3/14/2019) and ON2 data (through 12/31/2018) in NetCDF format. In addition, the L1C NI1 (night) data and L1D NI1 data has been updated to version 02. This update corrects the previous issue with incorrect radiances being reported in the data files.
NOTICE: The MMS Level 2 data products are available via SPDF FTP/HTTPS and all data sets are available in CDAWeb. The range of publicly available MMS data will continue to be updated weekly.
New CDF Version 3.7.1 Released
Common Data Format (CDF) Version 3.7.1 is now available. Updates for Perl, IDL, Matlab, and Java interfaces and the SKTeditor CDF editor are available. For further details and changes, see the CDF release notes.
Email list for SPDF Announcements
Please sign up for an email list of announcements related to
SPDF software and services (changes, upgrades,
outages). Postings to email@example.com will be very
infrequent but are especially useful to regular users of our web services
and Java clients (CDAWeb+, xSonify, TIPSOD). To subscribe, go to https://lists.nasa.gov/mailman/listinfo/gsfc-spdf-announcements or
send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org