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MAGnetogram Interpolation and Composition (MAGIC)

MAGIC is a new tool suite designed to process magnetograms for use in models which require Solar Magnetic field as input. MAGIC offers the user the ability to browse available magnetograms, select those of interest, and then apply a wide range of processing tools to them, including, interpolation in both space and time, and intelligent combination of magnetograms.

MAGIC is now available to CCMC user's to prepare customized magnetogram input for the CCMC models. Of most immediate relevance is MAGIC's ability to create synoptic maps which are constructed to be centered at a Carrington longitude of the user's specification. This is now available for use with any of the CCMC models which ingest synoptic photospheric magnetograms.

If you wish to make use of this new feature, please contact to discuss your requirements.

MAGIC was developed with funding from NASA's Living With a Star Targeted Research & Technology Program and NASA's Applied Information Science Research Program.

MAGIC is described in detail at the MAGIC Project Web site.

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