GSICS Reference Solar Spectrum
GSICS/CEOS Reference Solar Spectrum Datasets
Python Readers of the Solar Data sets and their intercomparisons can be found at colab file
1. TSIS-1 Reference Solar.
The new solar irradiance reference spectrum is representative of solar minimum conditions between solar cycles 24 and 25. The Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Sensor-1 (TSIS-1) Hybrid Solar Reference Spectrum (HSRS) is developed by applying a modified spectral ratio method to normalize very high spectral resolution solar line data to the absolute irradiance scale of the TSIS-1 Spectral Irradiance Monitor (SIM) and the CubeSat
Compact SIM (CSIM). The high spectral resolution solar line data are the Air Force Geophysical Laboratory ultraviolet solar irradiance balloon observations, the ground-based Quality Assurance of Spectral Ultraviolet Measurements In Europe Fourier transform spectrometer solar irradiance observations, the Kitt Peak National Observatory solar transmittance atlas, and the semi-empirical Solar Pseudo-Transmittance Spectrum atlas. The TSIS-1 HSRS spans 202–2730 nm at 0.01 to ∼0.001 nm spectral resolution with uncertainties of 0.3% between 460 and 2365 nm and 1.3% at wavelengths outside that range. ( Content Taken from Abstract of Published paper Coddington et al 2021
The original TSIS-1 HSRS published at https://doi.org/10.25980/34v1-xk83
Version 2 of the TSIS-1 HSRS is published at https://doi.org/10.25980/ta3f-7h90
HSRS Extension is published at https://doi.org/10.25980/249q-fs39
Coddington, O. M., Richard, E. C., Harber, D., Pilewskie, P., Woods, T. N., Chance, K., et al. (2021). The TSIS-1 Hybrid Solar Reference Spectrum. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL091709. https://doi. org/10.1029/2020GL091709
: Odele Coddington, CLASP
2. Whole Heliosphere Interval spectrum
is an observationally-based spectrum covering 0.1 nm to 2400 nm at 0.1-nm spacing (although that’s smaller than the instrument resolution in some spectral regions) for a time representing solar minimum as based on observations during the 10-16 April 2008 period from multiple instruments. This is thought to supersede Thullier's traditional ATLAS spectrum for accuracy.
: Woods, T. N., P. C. Chamberlin, J. W. Harder, R. Hock, M. Snow, F. G. Eparvier, J. Fontenla, W. E. McClintock
, and E. C. Richard, Solar Irradiance Reference Spectra (SIRS) for the 2008 Whole Heliosphere Interval (WHI), Geophys. Res. Lett., 2008.
: Greg Kopp
3. SAO2010 spectrum
. Observationally based using a combination of several ground-, balloon-, and space-based instruments and covers the spectral region from 200 to 1001 nm with 0.04-nm resolution, thanks to the KPNO FTS. Accuracy is about 5%.
: https ://www.cfa.harvard.edu/atmosphere/links/sao2010.solref.converted
: Chance, K.; Kurucz, R. L., An improved high-resolution solar reference spectrum for earth's atmosphere measurements in the ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, vol. 111, issue 9, pp. 1289-1295
: Greg Kopp
4. Solar Radiation Physical Modeling (SRPM)
, A computationally-based reference spectrum covering 200 nm to 100 microns. This model is representative of the quiet Sun.
: http ://lasp.colorado.edu/lisird/srpm/
: Fontenla, J.M., Curdt, W., Haberreiter, M., Harder, J., and Tian H., Semiempirical models of the solar atmosphere. III. Set of Non-LTE Models for Far-Ultraviolet/Extreme-Ultraviolet Irradiance Computation, ApJ
, 707, 482-502, doi: 10.1088/0004-637X/707/1/482, 2009.
: Greg Kopp
5. SCIAMACHY solar spectrum
is in preparation.
6.SOLSPEC solar spectrum
The Infrared Solar Spectrum Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer Onboard the International Space Station.
Gerard Thuillier, J. W. Harder, A. Shapiro, T. N. Woods, J.-M. Perrin, et al.. The Infrared Solar Spectrum Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer Onboard the International Space Station. Solar Physics, Springer Verlag, 2015, 290 (6), pp.1581-1600. <10.1007/s11207-015-0704-1>. <insu-01164266>
7. Aura/OMI, SORCE SIM, SORCE SOLTICE solar spectrum comparison
Marchenko, S.V., and M. T. Deland, Solar Spectral Irradiance Changes During Cycle 24, 2014, The Astrophysical Journal, 789:117 (17pp), 2014 July 10, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/789/2/117, (http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20140012675.pdf)
- 23 Nov 2016