QUICK LOOK DATA
The most recent Voyager 6-hour averages for the LA1 (> 0.5 MeV/nuc nuclei) and PGH (> 70 MeV/nuc nuclei) rates are shown below in selectable thumbnail images.
The LA1 rate consists of greater than 0.5 MeV/nuc nuclei, principally protons,
and is sensitive to low-energy phenomena in interplanetary space (e.g., co-rotating
interaction regions, associated enhancements and solar flares).
The PGH rate consists of greater than 70 MeV/nuc nuclei, primarily protons,
and is a good indicator of the level of modulation of galactic cosmic rays. It can also respond to large solar flares.
NOTE: Corrections have been applied to the Voyager 2 flux data from DOY 178/2019 (June 27) due to the
turn off of the Voyager 2 CRS Heaters. Flux data from DOY 160/2019 to DOY 178/2019 (June 9 - 26) is not available.
See Voyager-2 Temperature Corrections for additional information.
The Rate data has not been corrected so please use caution using V2 Rate data after DOY 159/2019 (June 8).