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Space Weather Database Of Notifications, Knowledge, Information (DONKI)

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The Space Weather Database Of Notifications, Knowledge, Information (DONKI) is a comprehensive on-line tool for space weather forecasters, scientists, and the general space science community.

DONKI provides:
  •   Chronicles the daily interpretations of space weather observations, analysis, models, forecasts, and notifications provided by the Space Weather Research Center (SWRC).
  •   Comprehensive knowledge-base search functionality to support anomaly resolution and space science research.
  •   Intelligent linkages, relationships, cause-and-effects between space weather activities.
  •   Comprehensive webservice API access to information stored in DONKI

DONKI Goals:
  •   One-stop on-line tool for space weather researchers and forecasters.
  •   Gathers and organizes space weather scientists interpretations and daily activities with correlations and direct links between relevant space weather observations.
  •   Enables remote participation by students, world-wide partners, model and forecasting technique developers.

Using DONKI:
  •   Anyone can search/view data already stored in DONKI.

The real-time space weather information and simulations on DONKI should be considered only as science and prototyping quality.

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