The Imager for Magnetosphere-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE)
mission produced the first comprehensive global images of the plasma
populations in the inner magnetosphere.
IMAGE data are archived at NASA/GSFC National Space Science Data
Center (NSSDC) and at the Southwest Research Institute (SWRI). Data
from all instruments on the IMAGE spacecraft are accessible from NSSDC
and SWRI through ... &IMAGE Archive& client-server software. The data are
low-processing-level data in Universal Data Format (UDF) as generated
at and provided by the IMAGE Science Management Operations Center at
GSFC. Users must access and install client software on their own
computers prior to data access.
Users should go to http://image.gsfc.nasa.gov/ for an overview of the
IMAGE science, data and software environment. They should then follow
the IMAGE software archive link (http://image.msfc.nasa.gov/) for
documentation needed to download,install, and configure the client
software. The client software is a set of tools that allow the user
to maintain a local collection of IMAGE data, automatically
Data archived include all instrument level 0 data, imagery,
low-resolution and high-resolution data. Data from NSSDC are available
via ftp and data from SWRI are available via an interactive data
delivery system: http://www.shef.ac.uk/appliedmaths/manual/image.pdf
The IMAGE project has an open data policy. There are no proprietary
data or periods.