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[PEM12-18] Space weather data of the ARASE satellite
The ARASE satellite was lunched on December 20, 2016 from the Uchinoura Space Center in Japan. It has a mission to clarify the mechanism responsible for the decrease and increase electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts. It has 9 instruments and three of them, the MGF, the HEP and the XEP, can provide Quasi-real-time data for space weather. These data are provided from the SEES (Space Environment & Effects System) that is operated by the Research and Development Directorate in JAXA. Graphs of its Quasi-real-time data were published on the SEES website freely and numerical data files are provided for a person who sent an application form to use them. This presentation introduces space weather data of the Arase satellite and the SEES website.