This is a number of queries that I’ve come up with over the years to obtain
different results using HELIO services. I hope these
examples help you to build the queries you need to solve your science questions.
I will update this post as I find new fancy ways to use this system.
The HEC provides a number of catalogues about events in the heliosphere, some of
them have been built automatically while others were manually gathered. Check
each catalogue source for the information about what it contains and how has
The HFC provides access to features detected by codes running within HELIO
systems, that includes active regions, sunspots, coronal holes, etc. Some of
these features have been detected by different codes - check the information of
each algorithm to understand their limitations. To use the
SQL query you have
first to remove the line breaks in the queries below.
Number of filaments seen per month when ARs detected by SMART were present
The ILS provides information about the location of planets and some spacecraft
in the heliosphere. This is very useful to find, for example when STEREO A was
at certain degrees away from Earth or other spacecraft.