Developing New Space Weather Tools: Transitioning fundamental science to operational prediction systems
Main characteristics of the five radio fluxes that are considered in this study.
|Wavelength [cm]||Measured at||Observations started on||Time window during which observations are made||Average number of missing observations since Jan 1990 (days/yr)|
|3.2||Toyokawa/Nobeyama||May 1956||23–07 UT||7.4|
|8.0||Toyokawa/Nobeyama||Nov 1951||23–07 UT||2.5|
|10.7||Ottawa/Penticton||Feb 1947||17–23 UT||0.3|
|15.0||Toyokawa/Nobeyama||June 1957||23–07 UT||8.3|
|30.0||Toyokawa/Nobeyama||March 1957||23–07 UT||6.0|
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