Newly identified SPE events seen with the D3DD-1/D-2 instruments on board the ISS. These events have also been measured by AMS-02, PAMELA, SOHO/EPHIN and CRaTERD1/D2 as well as (for two events) with MSL-RADB.
|Event (#)||Date||D3DD-1/D-2||AMS-02 (#)||PAMELA (#)||SOHO/EPHIN (#)||CRaTERD1/D2||MSL-RADB|
|1||22 May 2013||X||12||21||148||X|
|2||06 Jan. 2014||X||16||25||155||X||X|
|3||25 Feb. 2014||X||18||27||158||X|
|4||01 Sept. 2014||X||19||29||163||X||X|
Note: AMS-02 data are provided from Bindi (2016) and her Table 1 listing the intense solar events between May 2011 and Feb 2014 associated with a proton increase observed by AMS-02 near 1 GV and above. The relevant number of the events (#) measured by AMS-02 from Table 1 is given in the AMS-02 column. PAMELA data are provided from Bruno et al. (2018) and their Table 1 listing the major SEP events observed by PAMELA between July 2006 and September 2014. The relevant number of the event (#) measured by PAMELA from Table 1 is given in the PAMELA column. SOHO/EPHIN data are provided from Paassilta et al. (2017) and their Table 3. The relevant number of the events (#) measured by SOHO/EPHIN from Table 3 is provided in the SOHO/EPHIN column.
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