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Table 1.

The main data used in the construction of the CIRA models.

Model Proxies Density, composition, temperature (start-end date) Cadence
DTM2013 F30; kp from ap or am CHAMP (05/2001–08/2010) 10 s
GRACE (01/2003–12/2011) 5 s
GOCE (11/2009–05/2012) 10 s
CACTUS (07/1975–01/1979) 15–600 s
Stella, Starlette (01/1994–12/2010) 24 h
DE-2 O, N2, He, T (08/1981–02/1983) 16 s
AE-C N2 (01/1974–04/1977) 15 s
AE-E O, He, T (12/1975–5/1981) 15 s
NRLMSISE-00 F10.7; ap Five incoherent scatter radars T
DE-2 O, N2, He, T (08/1981–02/1983) 16 s
AE-C/D/E N, N2, O, O2, He, T (1973–1978) 15 s
AE-C/D/E MESA density (1973–1978) 15 s
CACTUS (07/1975–01/1979) 15–600 s
OGO-6, San Marco-3 N2, O, He
SETA density (1982–1984) 20 s
DTM drag database (1/1961–2/1973) 24 h
Solar Maximum Mission O2 (1980–1989)
JB2008 F10.7, integrated 26–34 nm, MgII, 0.1–0.8 nm; ap & Dst Densities of hundreds of satellites (1/1997–12/2007) 24 h
CHAMP (1/2001–12/2005) 10 s
GRACE (7/2002–12/2005) 10 s

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