Space Environment Technologies (SET) provides multiple resources for the space weather and space systems communities. We provide insight into standards in development, we make available team member publications, and we support K-14 educational activity. Standards provide common definitions, data, products, practices and transactions between diverse communities of users and producers to facilitate communication and commerce. Standards are developed at international, national, and organizational levels. Our Standards links identify ISO, AIAA, Corporate, ECSS, and SIF standards related to space weather and the space environment. Our Publications links provide a broad range of original scientific and engineering papers and documents from all areas of SET’s team member activity. Our Service links present useful tools for individuals, for teachers, for students, and for the public.
International Standards Organization standards in development for the space environment
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics standards in development for the space environment
Space Environment Technologies standards for quality assurance
European Cooperations for Space Standardization
Space Infrastructure Foundation standards access for space systems
Peer-review publications on the heliosphere and solar system
Peer-review publications on satellite applications
Radiation Decision Aids
Peer-review publications on radiation applications
Peer-review publications on navigation applications
Peer-review publications on communication applications
Peer-review publications on space policy
SET Technical Reports
Space Environment Technologies Technical Reports
Lectures and presentations about space weather and tools
KML files for Google Earth
Google Earth KML files related to space weather
Community activities by SET team members
Memorials to mentors
Memorial pages to mentors of space weather
Space weather glossary
Definitions of space weather terms
SET on YouTube
USU Sunrise Session on space weather forecasts.
From Lyman-alpha photons to operational space weather: a legacy of Charles A. Barth.
The forecast capability of the Anemomilos Dst.
Moving America Forward Entrepreneur Award.
ARMAS app tutorial.
SET HASDM Density database overview.
Overview of META-HASDM project.
COSPAR International Reference Atmosphere
CIRA is the COSPAR International Reference Atmosphere. Here are links to the tasks for CIRA as well as chapters 1-6.