Current systems that use SPASE Inside.

  • United States: NASA's Heliophysics division

    HPDE Repository (
    Provides comprehensive access to all registered metadata in NASA's Heliophysics Division.
    HPDE Landing Page (
    Formatted information about each registered resource in the HPDE repositories.
    Heliophysics Data Portal (
    Provides a quick and easy way to find and access a comprehensive set of NASA and other datasets, images, movies, and associated services.
    Virtual Wave Observatory (VWO) (
    The VWO enables sharing of Heliophysics wave data and expert knowledge by making Heliophysics wave data searchable, understandable and usable by the scientific community.
    Search for select Person, Observatory and Instrument descriptions.

  • Europe

    Centre de Donnee de la Physique des Plasmas (CDPP) (
    Automated Multi-Dataset Analysis (AMDA) (
    Provide integrated analysis of multi-point and multi-instrument data for case studies and statistical studies of plasmas in space physics.
    German Research Centre for Geosciences (
    Information System and Data Center for geoscientific data (
    An access point for all manner of geoscientific geodata, its corresponding metadata, scientific documentation and software tools. The majority of the data and information, the portal currently offers to the public, are global geomonitoring products such as satellite orbit and Earth gravity field data as well as geomagnetic and atmospheric data for the exploration.
    Exploring Semantic web ontologies for use with reasoners and semantic searches.
    EU Framework 7 Projects
    near-Earth space data infrastructure for e-Science (ESPAS) (
    An e-Infrastructure to support access to observations, modeling and prediction of the near-Earth space environment extending from the Earth's atmosphere up to the outer radiation belts.
    An integrated interactive computational framework where data from planetary missions will be interconnected with numerical models.

  • Canada

    AUTUMN Virtual Magnetic Observatory (
    Provides access to data from the Athabasca University Geophysical Observatory (AUGO).
    Enable and simplify researcher access to space science analytic tools and data.

  • Japan

    Provide a unified metadata database and seamless data environment for ground-based observations of the upper atmosphere acquired by a global network of radars, magnetometers, optical sensors, helioscopes, etc., and stored individual data bases.

  • Australia

    Australian Space Weather Service (ASWS) provides information on a range of space weather products and services.