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ISTP Solar Wind Catalog Candidate Events

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Candidate Events for Further Study

Candidate events are listed in chronological order; the category colums lists the event types as defined above. The s/c column identifies the spacecraft (W=WIND, 8=IMP-8) that observed the particular feature, while the Comments column includes particular

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Start time	End time	Category	S/C	Comments

YYDDD  HHMM	YYDDD  HHMM
93010  0300     93010  1400     PC/BzS/BzN	8	B fied rising bw 3 and 6hs, Bz South from ~5hs  
							till 11hs, then North. click for more
93030  2300	93031  0900	IR/BzS		8	Simultaneous to mple. bow shock crossings
93067  2130	93068  0600	IS/BzS		8	Magnetopause seen at geosync, 
							~5 hrs of Bz ~-15 nT on Day 68
93088  0900	93088  2100	BzN		8
93126  0630     93127  0800     SBC		8       With flucts. in B field and plasma dens., 
							bulk V increasing f. 350 to 400Km/s
93126  1200	93126  1300     PC              8       B dips and plasma density increases
93126  1300	93126  1300     EyC		8
93126  1300     93126  2100	BzS		8	With |B| in the 7-8 nT range
93153  2110     93153  2110     MISC            8       Tangential discontinuity
93153  2000     93155  0300     IR		8       Corrotating IR after a LSS (~330Km/s), 
							followed by a HSS (~800Km/s)
93174  1000	93174  1130	PC		8	B changes from ~8 to 23nT, density, temperature, 
							bulk velocity increase from 300 to 350Km/s
93174  1400	93174  2000	BzN		8	With high B (~23nT), bulk velocity (V) reaches 
							500Km/s to the end of the period 
93198  0600     93198  0600	MISC		8	Rotational discont. (Bphi from 0 to 90 Degrees)
93198  2250	93200  1900	LSS		8	
93200  0100	93200  0100	MISC		8	Tangential discont. (Bphi from 90 to 0 Degree) 
							and |B| from 3 to 5nT, dips below 2nT at 1hr.
93228  1500	93228  2359	HSS		8
94052  0900	94052  0900	IS		8	Very strong forward shock, followed by other 
							SW events, Cl reached -3000 nT, click for more
94062  0830	94062  1900	IMC		8	Likely start earlier during data gap, 
							click here for added comments
94062  1900	94065  1730	BzN		8	KPs show a quiet magnetosphere from start 
							of Bz North,click here for added comments
94065  2300	94066  0030	MISC		8	Flux Rope?, more on this interesting event
94066  0030	94066  1000	SBC		8	With strong |B| fluctuation, 
							touching the plasma sheet?
94066  1000	94066  1000	PC		8	press here for more on this strong PC
94148  0800  	94148  1630     BzS     	8      
94148  1400	94148  1400	IS		8	During a BzS period, Np up to ~100/cc
94148  1400     94149  0600	IR		8	Stream-stream interactive region, press here
							for more on other events during this period   
94149  0600	94154  1930	HSS		8	With |B| > 8nT until 5/31/94, Alfvenic SW
94161  0600	94161  0800	SBC		8	Accompanied by travelling structure with 
							complex fields and plasma characteristics.
94162  0800	94164  2400	HSS		8
94164  0600	94166  1700	SBC		8	From 0 to 180 Degree, interrupted by mple. 
							bow shock (BS) crossings
94171  0000	94173  0000	HSS		8	Exiting of BS into SW HSS
94175  0730	94175  1130	SBC		8
94225  0630	94225  0930	BzN		8
94236  0000	94236  1900	BzN		8	~19 hrs of Bz north
94275  1020	94275  1020	SBC		8	Followed by N~100
94285  1005	94285  1005	SBC		8
94285  2330	94286  0530	SBC/PC		8	Multiple SBC and N~60, B~10-15
94330  0100     94331  1200     IR              W       From LSS to HSS, it includes periods of sharp 
                                                        magnetic and ram PCs, EyCs, BzS
94335  1455	94335  1535	MISC		W	Moon eclipse of WIND spacecraft (at 140 Moon radii)
94339  2100	94339  2100	IS		W
94339  2100     94340  0640     IR              W/8     From LSS to HSS, it includes SBCs, periods of strong
							BzN aligned B field, and sharp ram PCs, 
							EyC when B turns South before the HSS
94340  0640     94343  1000     HSS             W/8
94340  0640     94349  1200     MISC            W       Bulk velocity above 500 Km/s for the whole period

94361  1442	94361  1518	MISC		W	Moon eclipse of WIND spacecraft (at 4 Moon radii 
							during a Lunar swingby)
95001  1940	95001  1940	IS		W	1995-01-01 IPS
95001  1940     95003  1930     IR              W       From LSS to HSS, starts at a forward IS, with BzN, it includes
                                                        SBC, periods of sharp ram and magnetic PCs, EyCs, and BzS
95010  1950     95010  2100     PC/SBC          W/8     Strong density/PCs, also strong EyC (B changing to N 
95014  		95016  0110	LSS		W/8
95016  0110	95018  0600	BzS/IR/PC/SBC	W	Pressure increases to 18nPa and 20nT near DOY 18
95028  1200	95028  1200	PC		W	
95028  1800     95030  1000     IR              W       From LSS to HSS with ram and magnetic PCs, SBCs.
                                                        Period starts with BzN, followed by EyC and B strongly
                                                        oscillating bw N and S
95030  0000     95035  0000     HSS             W/8     Bulk velocity above 600 Km/s
95039  0600     95039  2200     IMC/BzS/BzN     W/8     |B| peaks at 15nT near noon, (axis in ecliptic)
95039  1400     95041  2000     BzN             W/8
95041  2000     95042  0300	BzS		W	
95041  2300	95044  1300	IR		W	From LSS to HSS with ram and B field PCs
95044  1300	95045  1700	HSS		W
95047  1640     95049  0610     PC/SBC          W/8     Periods with sharp increases/decreases in ram pressure
95053  1200     95057  0800     LSS             W       Bulk velocity below the 320 Km/s
95056  1440     95060  0720     IR              W       From LSS to HSS, starting with BzS, and strong EyCs,
                                                        ram and magnetic PCs, and a SBC on DOY 57 620hs
95056  1440     95057  2000     BzS             W
95060  0720     95061  1900     HSS             W/8
95063  1000     95063  1120     PC              W/8     Ram pressure reaches 10nPa
95063  1120     95063  2400     IMC/BzS         W       Bphi changing from 230 to 120 degrees, with B field
                                                        oriented South
95064  1500     95064  2400     PC              W       Smooth change in ram pressure reaching 9nPa near 2100
95064  2300     95067  2000     BzN             W       Extended periods of B aligned with the N(GSM) direction
95068  0100     95071  0220     IR              W       From 400 Km/s SW to HSS, including SBCs,
                                                        BzS, BzN periods, EyCs, ram and B field PCs,
                                                        period ending with a reverse IS
95071  0220     95071  0220     IS		W	Reverse IS while BzS, strong mag. substorm activity observed
							1995-03-12 IPS
95071  0220     95074  1200	HSS		W/8
95082  0940     95082  0940     IS              W       Forward shock, start of the IR, 1995-03-23 IPS

95082  0940     95086  1920     IR              W       From LSS to 500 Km/s SW, with BzN in DOY 83, strong
                                                        ram and magnetic PCs, and BzS in DOY 85
95085  0400	95085  2330	BzS		W/8	Bz/|B|~ -0.9 from 5-12:30, |B| 7->18nT, N~30-70/cc
95085  0500	95085  1200	SBC		W/8	With high B fields and plasma densities,
							click here for more on this event
95086  2000	95090  2130	SBC		W/8	Multiple SBC througout period (GEOTAIL in SW)

95091  1630	95092  1430	BzS/N/S		W/8	Periods of B approximately aligned with the Z-axis (GSM) 
							click here for more on this event
95092  1730	95094  0330	BzN		W	Bz/|B|~ 1 in part of day 93, |B|~ 9-10nT, 
							|V| decreasing smoothly from ~350to 280Km/s
95094  1230	95094  1520	PC/MISC		W	Sharp field/plasma PC, click here for more 
95096		95097  2020     IR		W/8	Complex stream-stream interaction region, 
							see entries below
95096           95096           IMC             W/8     B with axis approx. in the ecliptic
95096  0330	95096  1700	BzN		W/8	Accompanied with increases in Mag. and Ram 
							pressures, |V| 340Kms-1, steady
95096  2000	95097  0700	BzS		W/8	With |B| increasing from 7to16nT and then 
							fluctuating, |V| 340Kms-1, steady
95097  1000	95097  2020	PC		W/8	Period with strong Ram pressure changes,
 							click here for more 
95097  2020	95097  2020	IS		W/8	1995-04-07 Reverse IPS

95097  2020	95102  1200	HSS		W/8	Onset of Alfvenic (Bz oscillating) high speed 
							SW stream
95105  0500     95108  1620     SBC/BzN         W       With recurrent periods of moderate PCs
95112  0600     95117  0800     IR/SBC          W       From LSS to HSS, with multiple SBC, and strong B field
                                                        and ram PCs at both ends of the period. Also observed EyCs,
                                                        with mainly BzS from DOY 112, 1000 to end of DOY 114
95117  0800     95117  2400     HSS             W
95119  1800     95122  0100     BzN             W
95121  0300     95122  1600     SBC             W       Multiple SBCs
95121  2100     95122  2400     IR              W       From 400 Km/s SW to HSS, with strong B field and ram PCs, EyCs,
                                                        and BzS most of DOY 122, ending with a reverse IS
95123  0000     95123  0000     IS              W       IP Reverse shock
95123  0000     95127  1000     HSS             W
95132  1100     95134  1030     PC              W       Periods of recurrent sharp PCs
                                                        Strong ram pressure in DOY 133 with 350Km/s SW speed,
                                                        from 0300 to 1030hs, its sharp decrease simultaneous to sharp B
                                                        field increase, with B aligned N, and accompanied by strong EyC.
95135  1720     95137  2350     IR/BzS/BzN      W       With BzS after strong EyC, see entry below
95136  0000     95136  1300     EyC/PC          W       With Ey changing bw -8 and 8 mV from 900 to 1030hs, while B was
                                                        in the 20nT range and the ram pressure changed bw 10 and 18 nPa
95143  0300     95144  0440     IR              W       From LSS to HSS, with strong ram PCs, a SBC DOY 143 at 1230,
                                                        followed by B field increase at 1400, and
                                                        period ending with strong EyCs before reverse IS
95144  0440     95144  0440     IS              W	IP reverse shock
95144  0440     95145  0000     HSS             W
95149  0450     95151  0450     IR              W       From 400Km/s to HSS, starting with BzN, and B field
                                                        and ram PCs in DOY 149, with strong EyCs in
                                                        DOY 150 bw. 200 and 1030hs.
95151  0450     95154  1800     HSS		W
95160  1430     95160  1830     PC              W       Ram PC from 3 to 8 nPa and back caused by density increase
95169  0400     95170  1900     IR              W       From LSS to HSS, starting with 3 to 5 nPa ram PC
                                                        accompanyied by smooth EyC and BzS to BzN rotation of the B field
                                                        In DOY 170 the ram pressure reaches 15nPa at 600hs, followed
                                                        by SBC at 810hs, and then B rises to 25n, followed by rapid
                                                        and strong EyCs.
95170  1900     95172  1200     HSS             W
95176  0930     95177  0340     IR              W       With SBC on DOY 176 1230hs and rapid EyCs and ram PCs,
                                                        period ending with sharp PC
95177  0340	95177  0340	IS		W	IP reverse shock (1995-06-26)
95181  1020     95181  1430     PC              W       From 3 to 8-9 nPa and back at period end
95181  1430     95182  0600     BzS             W
95182  0600     95183  2230     BzN             W
95184  1910     95185  1700     PC/SBC          W       With multiple SBCs and ram PCs
95191  0000     95195  1400     LSS		W
95191  0000	95192  0800	MISC		W	Quiet SW (very quiet period!)
95205  0220	95206  0320	IR		W	Transcient IR?, period with GEOTAIL in the SW
95205  0220	95205  0220	IS		W	Forward strong IS followed of EyC, and BzS (0300), 
							click here for more 
							1995-07-24 Forward IP shock
95205  0800	95205  1710	BzN/EyC/PC	W	With a B field value of near 20nT, 
							aligned in the GSM Z direction bw. 1030 and 1240)
95232  1300	95232  1300	IS		W
95234  1200	95237  0700	IR		W/8	Transcient IR?, including two forw. IS, one IMC, 
							and periods of strong BzS
95234  1300  	95234  1300  	IS		W/8	Foward IS w. V 310->350Km/s, |B| 2.5->5nT,
							Vth 20->35Km/s, and n 2->10cc-1
95234  1330	95234  1330	EyC		W/8	Ey changes from negative to positive
95234  1620	95235  0700	BzS		W/8	With extended periods of B-field strongly aligned in
							the GSM South direction, for more click here.
95234  2200  	95235  1200  	IMC/BzS/BzN	W	With Bz South turning North near 7:00 8/23, 
							with Vth20Km/s, n 10cc-1, more under previous entry
95236  2210	95236  2210	IS		W	Foward IS w.ramP. 4->8-9nPa, B 7->13nT, Vth 20->27Km/s
							(also GEOTAIL in the SW)
95291  1041     95291  1041     IS              W/8     Strong foward IS on 1995-10-18
95291  2200     95292  2400     IMC/BzS/BzN     W/8     B field rotates S->N, reaches above 30nT 
							at period end. A IACG event!.
95292  1750	95290  1750	IS		W/8	Forward IP shock in ejecta
95300  0822	95300  0822	IS		W/8
95301  0300     95301  2000	BzN		W/8	B field peaks near 1200UT above 7nT.
95303  1200	95305  0600	IR		W/8	From a 320 to a 600Km/s SW
95304  1500     95304  1615	SBC		W/8	From phiB 0 to 180 Degs., multple SBCs
95305  0600	95306  1200	HSS		W/8
95308  1410	95308  1410	IS		W	
95308  1410	95310  0000	IR		W
95310  0000	95311  0000	HSS		W/8
95312  2330	95313  0000	PC		W/8
95314  1800	95322  0000	PC		W & W/8	Multiple periods of sharp PCs 
							while SW vel. stays bw. 320 and 400Km/s
95327  2300	95331  0100     BzN		W & W/8 Very quiet magnetospheric period
95328  0600	95331  1100	LSS		W & W/8	Period ending with about 24 hs of a 10 Deg. 
							South in the direction of the plasma flow
95331  0822	95331  0822	IS		W	Forward IP shock on 1995-11-27
95331  0400	95331  1100	BzS		W
95331  0820	95331  1700	EyC/PC		W	Observed mple. very strong EyCs, and PCs
							with IMF peaking above 30nT around 1130UT
95331  0820	95331  0820	IS		W/8	Forward IS accompanied by strong B field 
							and ram Pressure change
95331  1500	95331  1850	BzS/EyC/PC	W	Period of a prevailing South IMF
95333  0030	95333  0030	IS		8	Reverse shock while IMF was southward
95334  0000	95341  1510	SBC		W/8	Period with multiple SBCs
95334  2200	95334  2200	MISC/SBC	W	Tangential Discontinuity at a SBC
95334  0320	95334  1300	BzS		W	Predominently South IMF
95335  0900	95335  2020	BzS/PC		W/8	Period ending with sharp EyC
95335  2350	95336  0530	BzN		W/8
95336  1230	95336  1930	IMC		W/8	|B|~11nT, Bphi~90Deg, Bthet rotating bw. -45 and 45Deg, GSM
95337  1830	95338  1700	PC		W/8	Period with multiple PCs
95337  2200	95338  1050	BzS		W/8	Predominently South IMF
95338  0440	95338  0610	EyC/PC		W/8	Period with sharp changes in Bz, and ram Pressure
95338  2330	95341  1200	BzN		W/8	Predominently North IMF
95343  0210	95343  0210     EyC/PC		W
95343  0210	95343  1430	BzS/SBC		W
95344  1200	95346  0500	LSS		W & W/8	Period with mple. SBCs, PCs,
							extended times of BzS and BzN
95347  0040	95347  2000	BzN/PC		W/8	Period of approx. steady B field
95347  1830	95349  0340	LSS/SBC/PC	W/8	Multiple PCs, SBCs
95349  0440	95349  0440	IS		W/8	IS with large ram PC while BzN
							Forward IP shock on 1995-12-15
95349  0340	95351  0130	IR/PC/SBC/EyC	W/8	Period with mple. PCs, SBCs, EYCs, and 
							extended intervals of BzS and BzN
95352  0040	95352  0930	BzN		W/8
95352  0950	95352  1630	BzS		W/8
95353  1410	95353  1410	EyC		W/8
95353  2020	95354  0330	BzN		W
95354  1520	95354  2140	BzN		W	At 95354  2140 W leaves the SW,
							back on 95356 at 1420
95356  1420	95357  0150	BzS/PC/SBC	W & W/8	Period of mple. PCs, SBCs
95356  1545	95359  0600	SBC		W & W/8	Multiple SBCs
95357  0150	95357  0150     MISC/PC/EyC	W	Tangential discontinuity
95358  0600	95358  0600	IS		W/8	B changes from 7 to 15nT,
							ram Pressure changes from 4 to 13 nPa
95358  0600	95359  2310	IR/PC/EyC	W/8	Several EyC in the 10mV range bw. 6:30 and 1200
95359  2310	95359  2310	IS		W/8	Reverse IS
95359  2310	95359  0650	HSS		W/8
95362  0030	95362  0420	PC		W/8	Ram Pressure peaks sharply with 7nPa near 0350
95365  0330	95365  0700	PC		W/8	Mple. sharp ram PCs peaking sharply 
							with 8nPa near 0600
95365  1800	96001  0900	BzN		W/8	North IMF with extended periods |B|~Bz
96001  0900	96004  1200	SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs, from 0 to 180 Degs.
96010  0700	96011  2100	LSS/SBC/PC	W/8	Period with multiple PCs
96010  1800	96010  1800	EyC/PC		W/8	Possibly observed tangential discontinuity 
96014  0630	96014  1800	IR/EyC/PC	W	SW |V| rises up to 650Km/s
96014  0740	96014  1500	BzS		W	phiB changing continuously from 0 to 360 Degs., 
							CANOPUS CL index indicates substorm near 1200hs
96014  1800	96015  1900	HSS		W
96016  1000	96016  1400	BzN		W
96018  0600	96019  1500	SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs
96019  1500	96020  1300	PC/Eyc		W	Period with multiple PCs, while |V|>450Km/s
96020  1200	96020  1200	SBC		W
96020  1300     96020  1400	MISC		W/8     Flux rope structure
96020  1530	96021  1700	BzN/SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs
96022  0030	96022  1100	BzN		W/8
96023  0100	96024  0900	BzN		W	Observed only at WIND while IMP-8 in the SW
96024  1600	96024  2330	BzS		W/8
96024  2010	96026  2330	SBC		W/8	Period with multiple SBCs from 180 to 0 Degs.
96025  0420	96025  0520	EyC		W/8	Associated to possible tang. discontinuity
96025  1800	96025  2300	BzS/PC		W/8	Observed a gradual pressure increase while BzS
96028  0900	96028  2000	BzN		W
96028  1900	96029  1500	IR		W
96028  1930	96028  2320     PC/EyC/MISC	W	Observed a gradual rotation of the IMF  
							associated to a possible IR
96029  0440	96029  1230	BzS		W	Observed BzS while |V|~530Km/s
96030  0300	96030  0300	EyC		W	Observation coincides with IMP-8 transition 
							from the lobe to th BS
96030  0300	96030  2130	BzN		W	
96031  0700	96033  0200	SBC		W/8	
96031  1000	96031  1230	EyC		W/8	Observed multiple EyCs
96033  0020	96033  1500	EyC		W/8	Observed multiple sharp EyCs
96034  1500	96035  0130	MISC		W	Observed SW V tilted in the N->S direction
96035  0130	96037  1800	SBC/PC		W/8	Observed multiple SBCs and PCs
96037  2010	96037  2010	IS		W/8	Forward IP shock on 1996-02-06
96037  2010	96042  0900	IR		W/8	From a 350 to a 600 Km/s SW. Period 
							of multiple SBCs, PCs, EyCs, and BzS/BzN
96042  0900	96046  1000	HSS		W
96044  2300	96046  2000	SBC/PC		W/8	Multiple SBCs and PCs, 
							while the SW |V| decreased to 400Km/s
96047  0330     96047  1700	PC		W/8	Observed strong and sharp PCs (up to 10nPa)
96048  0230	96048  0230	EyC		W/8	Sharp EyC
96048  0230	96048  0930	BzS		W/8
96049  0050	96051  0630	SBC/PC/EyC	W/8	Observed multiple SBCs, strong PCs, EyCs
96052  2210     96052  2210	PC		W	Observed possible forward IS
96053  0030	96053  0630	BzS/EyC/PC	W	BzS was accompanied by 
							multiple strong EyCs and PCs
96053  1800	96055  0930	BzS/EyC/PC	W	Observed predominantly South IMF
							while starting near 054 0310
							multiple PCs and EyCs occurred
96055  2300	96056  2330	BzS		W	Period of a mostly South IMF
96057  0000	96058  1800     HSS/EyC		W/8     Period with GEOTAIL in the SW
							SOPA electrons injection and Canopus CL index 
							indicates substorm activity near local midnight
96058  1830	96059  0030	PC		W/8	Observed multiple Ram PCs
96059  1600	96061  0430	BzS/SBC		W/8
96062  1830	96063  2030	BzS		W/8	Flux rope observed toward end of the period,
							when IMP-8 and GEOTAIL were crossing the BS
96063  0245	96063  1200	EyC/PC/SBC	W/8	Observed multiple occurrances, 
							while GEOTAIL in the SW
96064  0030	96064  0630	EyC/PC/BzS	W
96064  1600	96065  0930	SBC/BzS		W	Observed mostly South IMF
96065  1500	96065  2015	BzS		W
96065  2015	96066  0800	BzN		W	Observed a predominantly North IMF
96075  1500	96076  0930	BzS		W/8	Period with predominantly South IMF
96076  0850	96076  0850	SBC/MISC	W/8	Crossing with tangential discontinuity
96076  1240	96076  1820	BzN/PC/EyC	W/8	Period with several sharp and strong EyCs
							and PCs, while IMF was northward
96079  0000	96082  0000	IR		W/8	Period with repeated pressure increases, 
							while SW speed changes to a HSS and IMF is
							predominantly South, on DOY 79 GE in the SW
96079  0530	96079  2330	BzS		W/8	Also GE in the SW
96080  0100	96081  1530	BzS/PC/SBC	W/8	Period with IMF predominantly Southward
96082  0000	96083  0000	HSS		W/8
96083  2330	96085  1900	EyC/BzS/BzN	W/8	Period with multiple EyCs while GE in the SW
96087  0300	96087  0600	BzS		8	CANOPUS observes Substorm activity
							WI in the magnetosphere
96089  0000	96096  0000	PC		W	Multiple Periods of repeated sharp PCs in
							plasma and IMF
96089  0600	96089  1800	BzN		W	GE is also in the SW
96090  1100	96091  2130	SBC		W	Period of multiple SBCs from 0Deg to 180Deg (GSE)
96091  1100	96092  2345	BzS/PC		W	Period of predominantly South IMF, while strong 
							PCs occur
96093  0700	96093  0730	MISC		W/8	Period of IMF values below 0.25nT while Np 
							in the 10cc-1 range
96093  0730	96093  0730	SBC		W/8	
96093  1015	96093  1015	PC		W/8	Possible forward IS while IMF North
96094  0600	96095  2100	BzN/BzS/EyC/PC  W/8	Interval of broad structures in IMF and 
							plasma while multiple SBC from 120 to 300Deg. 
96094  1000	96094  1000	IS		W/8	Forward IS while IMF North
96097  1630	96097  2300	BzN		W/8
96097  2300	96099  1300	LSS/PC		W/8
96098  1200	96099  1830	BzN		W/8
96099  1830	96100  0600	BzS		W/8
96099  0240	96099  0240	IS		W/8	Forward IS while IMF North
96099  2300	96099  2300	SBC/EyC		W/8
96100  0740     96100  2200     EyC             W/8     Period of strong EyCs while plasma pressure and
                                                        ions thermal velocity varies. Bulk velocity
                                                        varies between 350 and 500Km/s
96102  1200	96106  1000	IR/PC		W	Period with IMF predominantly Southward
96102  1240	96103  1000	EyC		W	Period of multiple EyCs while bulk vel. changes
							from 440 to 550Km/s
96105  1140	96108  2200	SBC		W/8	Period with multiple SBCs while either IMP-8
							or WIND in the SW
96105  2020	96105  2100	PC/EyC		W/8	Strong increase in the plasma and IMF observed
96105  2100	96106  0300	PC/EyC		W/8	Interval of strong PCs and EyCs while the
							SW vel is approximantely600Km/s and steady
96106  1000	96106  2200	HSS		W/8
96107  2130	96108  1030	PC/BzS/EyC	W/8	Period begins with plasma pressure increase
							followed by BzS while SBCs occur
96108  1300	96111  1200	HSS		8	Period with WIND in the magnetosphere
							from noon DOY 108 to noon DOY 109
96110  1830	96110  1900	SBC		W/8	A phiB short excursion from 0 to 180Deg, while 
							in a HSS SW
96112  0030	96114  2100	SBC		W/8     Period of time showing multiple SBCs
96115  1000	96116  0100	BzS,SBC		W
96117  0000	96125  0000	PC		W	Period of mple plasma and IMF pressure
							changes while bulk Vel is between 350 
							and 400Km/s and the IMF mainly northward
96117  0230	96118  1815	BzN		W
96119  0545	96119  1520	BzN		W/8
96128  1300	96128  1800	BzN		W
96128  1800	96129  0900	BzS		W
96132  0500	96133  0900	BzN		W/8
96133  0900	96133  1300	BzS		W/8
96133  2100	96134  2040	SBC/EyC		W/8	GEOTAIL also in the SW
96135  1800	96142  2100	EyC		W/8	Period of multiple sharpEyCs
96135  1930	96136  0700	SBC/BzN/BzS	W/8
96138  0100	96138  0100	EyC		W/8	Simultaneus to the PC, a strong EyC is observed
96138  0100	96139  0700	PC/BzN/BzS	W/8	Period starting with BzNfollowed by approx. 24hs
							of predominantly IMF BzS
96138  0100	96138  0930	MISC		W	IMC?, start is approx simultaneous at I8 and GEOTAIL
96140  0000	96140  0900	PC/BzN		W	IMF predominantly North
96140  1600	96141  0300	EyC,BzS,BzN	W	Period of strong EyCs with IMF predominantly S
							at start, and N at end
96141  0300	96142  0600	EyC		W
96143  1200	96146  0600	PC		W/8	Period of multiple PCs
96148  1200	96151  0300	IR		W	Period starts with EyC, BzS, and strong 
							enhancement of IMF and plasma ram pressure.
							More on this SW event
96148  0800	96148  2300	BzS		W	Sharp PCs near 1200 and 1400 hs, after that 
							the start of a possible IMC is observed
96148  1425	96150  0230	IMC		W	This strong event started with a nearly South 
							IMF that rotated slowly and became almost 
							completely North at the end. At that
							point was that POLAR exited into the 
							shocked SW, when it was near its apogee
96149  0610	96150  1030	BzN		W	Sharp PCs during the period of time in DOY 150
96150  0900	96150  1330	EyC/PC		W	Strong EyCs and PCs in IMF and plasma observed.
96156  0300	96156  0900	SBC		W/8	phiB changes from approx270 to 90 Degs.
96157  0000     96158  0900     IR/EyC		W/8
96157  1400     96158  0200     BzN		W/8
96159  1730	96160  0530	BzN		W/8
96161  1300	96161  1400	EyC		W/8	IMF isolated structure in predominantly
							North magnetic field
96163  0200	96164  1400	PC		W	Sharp PCs at the start and end of the interval
96163  1400	96164  1400	BzS		W
96164  0000     96166  2100     LSS             W
96165  0700	96165  0900	SBC		W
96165  1000	96166  0130	BzN		W
96166  0130	96166  1800	BzS		W
96167  0000	96172  2100	IR		W/8
96167  0000	96167  1500	PC/EyC/BzN	W
96167  0900	96167  0900	SBC		W
96168  0200	96168  0900	PC		W/8
96168  0200	96169  0300	BzS/BzN		W/8	Period starts with IMF Sand ends N, while
							phiB stays approx constant
96170  1800	96171  0030	BzS		W/8	
96170  2240     96170  2240     IS              W/8     Observed Forward fast IS, while IMF was
							southward and GEOTAIL was in the SW.
96171  0000	96171  0340	PC/EyC		W/8	Period with multiple PCs and EyCs, while 
							the SW flow is about 50Km/s southward.
96171  0200	96171  0200	SBC		W/8	phiB changes from 300 to120 Degs.
96172  0100	96172  1200	PC		W/8
96173  0600	96173  1500	PC		W/8
96173  2200	96174  1500	BzS		W/8	Period of a predominantly South IMF
96174  1500	96175  1500	BzN/PC		W/8	Period with multiple PCs
96175  2030	96176  0500	PC		W
96177  0100	96179  2130	PC		W
96180  1200	96182  2100	PC/EyC		W/8
96182  0000	96182  1200	BzS		W/8
86182  1200	86182  2100	BzN		W/8
96183  1215	96183  1215	PC/SBC		W/8	PC ram, SBC occurs whileSW drifts soutward
96183  1300     96185  1800     IR		W/8 
96183  1300	96183  1300	IS/SBC		W/8	Sharp increase of the IMF, 
							GEOTAIL in the magnetosphere
96183  1630	96183  1630	EyC		W/8	IMF turns South
96183  1630	96183  2120	BzS		W/8
96183  2120	96183  2120	EyC		W/8	IMF turns North
96191  1500	96191  2400	BzS		W
96192  0000	96192  1230	BzN		W
96193  1000	96198  2200	PC/EyC		W/8	Period with large EyCs and PCs
96194  0130	96194  1700	MISC		W/8	Possibly ejecta
96194  2100	96195  0900	BzN/EyC		W/8
96196  0300	96196  2100	BzN/EyC		W/8
96198  0300	96198  1299	BzN		W/8
96198  2200	96198  2200	SBC		W/8
96199  0000	96205  0000	PC		W	Period with multiple PCs
96210  1100	96213  1000	IR		W/8
96210  1100	96211  0100	EyC/PC		W/8
96212  1800	96213  0900	EyC/PC		W/8
96213  1000	96213  1000	PC		W/8	It seems that reverse IP shock did not form
96213  1000	96216  0000	HSS		W
96219  0300	96219  2100	BzS/PC		W/8
96219  1300	96219  1300	MISC		W/8	IMF seems to show a continuos series of SBCs
96220  0600	96221  0600	BzS		W/8
96221  0600	96222  1200	BzN		W/8
96225  0600	96225  0600	MISC		W/8	Possibly a tangential discontinuity
96225  2215	96225  2215	PC		W/8	Possibly a weak forward IS
96226  0110	96226  0640	BzN		W/8
96227  0300	96227  0900	BzS/PC		W
96227  0900	96227  1900	EyC		W	Period with multiple PCs, a possible low-high speed SW stream IR
96229  0740	96229  0740	PC		W
96229  0740	96229  2100	EyC/PC		W	Interval of multiple EyCs, and strong PCs until 0920 UT
96229  1400	96229  1940	BzS		W
96231  0900	96231  1730	MISC		W/8	Interval of a radial IMF, ejecta? (low beta-proton value), seen by GEOTAIL
96235  0530	96235  1000	BzN		W/8
96235  1030	96235  1640	BzS		W/8
96235  1310	96235  1310	PC/MISC		W/8	A possible magnetic tangential discontinuity
96235  2140	96237  2330	SBC		W/8	Interval of multiple SBCs
96236  0030	96236  1200	EyC/PC		W/8	Multiple EyCs and PCs with variable IMF
96236  0240	96236  0515	MISC		W	A flux-rope interval?, ejecta related?
96236  1900	96236  2030	MISC		W	Interval of a radial IMF
96238  0610	96238  1210	BzS		W
96239  0400	96240  0400	BzS		W	Interval of a predominantly soutward IMF
96241  0130	96242  1630	SBC/EyC		W	Possibly IR, interval with multiple PCs
96243  1700	96247  0600	SBC/EyC		W/8
96247  2330	96248  0700	MISC		W/8	Low proton-beta region, radial IMF
96248  0700	96248  2230	PC/EyC		W/8	
96248  0900	96248  0900	SBC		W/8
96249  0000	96252  1130	EyC		W/8	Multiple moderate EyCs
96253  1200	96254  1815	PC/EyC/BzN/BzS	W
96253  2030	96253  2330	MISC		W	Large smooth rotation of IMF and high Np, low beta-proton
96255  0130	96255  0815	PC/EyC/BzS/SBC	W	Period before crossing of the Earth's bowshock
96256  1025	96256  1025	PC		W	Possibly a pressure pulse at a fast stream
96256  1025	96257  0230	HSS		W
96256  1025	96260  1600	SBC		W
96258  2330	96261  0730	EyC		W
96262  0510	96262  1430	PC/EyC/BzS	W	Extended region of increased IMF and ramPressure
96262  2320	96262  2330	SBC/MISC	W	Magnetic field dip
96263  0600	96264  0100	IR		W
96264  0100	96267  2100	HSS		W
96266  0430	96266  1730	BzS/EyC		W
96268  1200	96268  1400	MISC		W	Large angle IMF rotation
96270  1400	96270  1840	PC/EyC		W/8	Region of sharp IMF fluctuations and ramPressure changes
96270  2132	96270  2132	IS		W	Reverse IS
96272  1100	96272  1100	SBC		W/8
96272  1815	96272  1815	PC/MISC		W	Possibly a tangential discontinuity
96273  0500	96273  1410	SBC/PC		W
96273  0500	96273  0630	MISC		W	Large IMF rotation and a strong decrease in magnitude
96275  0615	96275  1825	EyC/MISC	W	IMC?, low proton-beta region, wide angle azimuthal rotation
96275  1825	96276  0300	PC		W/8
96276  0430	96276  1115	EyC/MISC	W	Low proton-beta region, IMP-8 crosses the bowshock
96276  1115	96276  1730	SBC/EyC/PC	W
96281  1140	96281  1140	IS		W/8	Possibly a quasi-parallel IP shock
96281  1140	96283  0920	IR		W
96286  1615	96286  1615	PC		W
96286  1840	96287  0030	PC		W	ramPressure changes at approx. constant proton-beta
96288  1330	96288  2040	MISC		W/8	Interval of mostly radial IMF, GEOTAIL in the SW
96290  0300	96290  1230	PC		W	
96290  0530	96290  2330	BzS		W
96290  2330	96291  0830	BzN		W	
96291  2130	96292  0400	EyC		W
96292  0600	96294  0900	HSS		W
96292  2240	96293  0400  	BzS		W
96293  1230	96293  1550	BzS		W
96293  1550	96293  2230	EyC		W	Multiple changes in the Bz IMF direction
96296  0040	96296  1800	SBC		W/8	Multiple crossings
96296  0640	96296  1520	BzS		W/8
96296  1500	96296  2100	EyC		W/8	Multiple changes in the Bz IMF direction
96296  2100	96297  0400	BzS		W/8
96297  0400	96297  0400	EyC/SBC		W/8	
96297  0500	96297  0400	HSS		W/8
96301  0800	96301  1150	PC		W/8
96301  0840	96301  1630	BzN		W/8
96301  2140	96302  0850	EyC/PC		W/8
96302  0850	96302  1420	BzN		W/8
96302  0900	96305  0000	HSS		W/8
96305  2100	96306  0015	MISC		W	Interval of a radial IMF
96310  0720	96310  1800	PC/BzS/BzN	W/8
96313  0745	96313  1210	MISC		W	Low beta-proton interval, possibly flux-rope (ejecta?)
96316  1030	96316  2230	MISC		W	Interval with multiple magnetic flux-ropes possible (ejecta?), GEOTAIL in SW
96318  1200	96319  0200	PC/EyC/MISC	W	Interval contains times of low beta-proton, and possible flux-ropes (ejecta?)
96322  2130	96322  2130	IS/MISC		W	IMF and plasma data signature of an
							interplanetary forward slow shock
96329  0300	96332  0300	IR		W
96332  0300	96333  2000	HSS		W/8
96340  1500	96341  2100	MISC		W	Possibly ejecta interval
96342  0600	96343  0000	PC/BzS/BzN	W
96344  1500	96346  0130	IR		W
96344  1500	96345  2200	PC		W/8
96345  2200	96346  0130	EyC		W/8
96346  0130	96347  1200	HSS		W/8	Interval is low beta-proton, possibly part of ejecta
96348  2200	96349  0900	BzN		W/8
96349  0900	96350  1000	EyC		W/8
96350  1800	96350  2000	MISC		W/8	Interval of approx radial IMF, GEOTAIL not in the SW
96354  0200	96354  2100	BzN		W
96354  0600	96356  0000	PC/EyC		W
96356  0600	96356  1000	SBC		W
96357  1200	96358  0740	BzS		W/8	In extended low beta-proton interval
96358  1000	96360  0540	BzN		W/8
96359  0200	96360  1155	IMC		W/8	Approximately free expanding IMC starts 
							with IMF BzN, turning toward BzS the next day
96360  0540	96360  1155	BzS		W/8
97010  0052	97010  0052	IS		W/8
97010  0440	97011  1130	IMC		W/8	Strong disturbances to the Earth's Magnetosphere" 
							were associated to this IMC
97010  0440	97010  1600	BzS		W/8
97010  1600	97011  0630	BzN		W/8
97011  0130	97011  0320	IR/PC		W/8	Strong SW pressure pulse occurred during the
							first part of this event causing major
							magnetospheric disturbances to the Earth
97024  1000	97026  0015	LSS		W/8
97025  1800	97026  1440	IR		W	IMF reaches above 15nT near 1000UT
97026  1645	97031		HSS		W	On Jan. 28, bw 11and 18hs 
							|V| was 700 km/s or larger
97028  0850	97028  0850	IS		W	Reverse IP shock on 1997-01-28
97039  0010	97039  0650	BzN		W	
97039  1000	97039  1500	EyC/PC/MISC	W	Period with sharp IMF variations in the 
							GSE-z direction and apparent crossing 
							of a sheet interface
97040  1240	97040  1240	IS/EyC		W	Forward IS, SW speed changes 
							from 530 to 600km/s
							I8 near the bow shock
97040  1620	97040  2045	BzS		W/8
97041  0240	97042  0140	BzS/MISC	W/8	Period with signature of a tangential 
							crossing of an IMC
97042  0415	97042  1045	BzS/PC
97042  1600	97042  2215	BzS/PC		W/8	Ram pressure above 12 nPa bw 20 and 21UT
97049  0940	97049  1420	BzS		W/8	
97049  1430	97049  2120	BzN		W
97050  0130	97050  2000	BzN		W	IMF predominantly northward
97051  0940	97051  1430	SBC		W
97051  1915	97052  0030	BzN/EyC/PC	W	Ram PC due to increase of the SW velocity
97052  0030	97052  0500	BzS/EyC/PC	W	Pressure pulse, up to 7nPa at period end
97054  0915	97054  1000	SBC		W/8
97058  1730	97059  2240	PC/BzS/EyC	W/8	Possibly ejecta interval
97059  0000	97060  0000	BzS/PC/MISC	W/8	Interval contains low beta-proton intervals, radial IMF (ejecta, flux-rope)
97064  1312	97064  1312	IS		W	Pressure pulse, up to 9nPa at Forward IS
97066  0000	97066  0000	MISC		W	SW speed discontinuty, close to Heliogr. sheet?
97068  0450 	97071  0000	LSS		W
97071  0000	97071  0000	SBC		W/8
97071  0000	97071  0300	PC		W/8	Pressure pulse reached above 13 nPa
97071  0000	97071  1500	IR/PC/EyC	W/8
97071  1500	97072  1800	HSS		W/8
97075  0000	97075  0500	PC		W/8	Enhancement in Pressure to 5nPa and back to
							3 nPa
97077  1200	97080  1200	LSS		W/8
97079  1400	97080  1200	PC/BzN/BzS	W/8
97079  1600	97080  0515	BzN		W/8
97079  1921	97079  1921	IS		W/8
97079  1200	97081  0900	IR		W/8	LSS-400km/s stream-stream interaction
97081  1500	97082  0000	MISC		W/8	interval of an approx. radial IMF
97082  0820	97082  0820	IS		W/8
97084  1200	97085  1800	IR		W/8	Stream-stream interaction region
97085  2100	97086  1500	HSS		W/8
97099  0000	97100  1300	LSS		W/8
97100  0100	97100  1540	BzN		W/8	Period of a proton plasma density of about 16 p/cc
97100  1255	97100  1255	IS		W/8	Spike was observed on 2.1 - 2.5 MeV ions (at WIND)
97100  1300	97101  2110	IR/BzS/BzN/MISC W/8	ISTP Sun-Earth Connection Event
97100  1650	97100  2055	PC		W/8	Pressure pulse (plasma pressure reached 
							12 nPa, and IMF 20nT), while IMF Bz 
							direction changed rapidly between N and S
97100  2050	97101  0520	BzS		W/8	Period of strong geomagnetic activity
							CANOPUS recorded a cl/cu=-1400/800 nT
							near midnight
97101  0520	97101  1520	BzN/MISC	W/8	Sun ejecta hit Earth, the IMF reaches steady values
							of more than 20nT, alpha to proton ratio peaks at
							or near three times normal SW values.
97101  2052	97101  2052	IS		W/8	Shock time at Wind. Reverse IS signature observed
97101  2300	97102  0300	HSS		W
97127  1200	97135  0115	LSS		W/8
97134  1140	97135  0315	BzS		W
97135  0115	97135  0115	IS		W
97135  0450	97135  0750	BzS		W
97135  0830	97135  1800	BzS		W
97135  0935	97136  0710	IMC		W	Ejecta with IMF above 20 nT, Sun-Earth
							ISTP connection event, with possible association to the
							CME observed in the morning of May 12 
97142  2000	97150  1030	LSS		W/8	
97142  1130	97142  1130	SBC		W
97144  0700	97145  0730	BzS		W
97145  1045	97145  1910	BzN		W	IMF show structure while mostly North
97145  1345	97145  1345	IS		W
97145  1930	97146  0940	BzN		W	IMF show structure while mostly North
97146  0910	97146  1610	PC/BzS/BzN	W	
97146  1550	97147  2340	BzS/MISC	W	Region with very low proton beta, Ejecta?
97150  1430	97150  2030	MISC		W	Below average Np and very low proton beta, Ejecta?
							while GEOTAIL in the SW
97159  0400	97160  1240	BzS		W/8	Region with very low proton beta, Ejecta?, 
							while GEOTAIL in the SW
97162  2230	97163  0145	BzS		8
97164  1300	97166  1900	LSS		W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97165  0300	97170  0900	SBC		W/8	multiple SBCs while SW speed  changes from ~350 to
							450 km/s and back
97166  0030	97166  0500	BzS		W
97166  1320	97167  0130	BZN/BzS/BzN/PC  W	Period of an IMF oriented predominantly nortward

97170  0010	97170  0010	IS		W
97170  0540	97170  2300	BzS		W/8	Region with very low proton beta, Ejecta?
97171  0600	97173  0300	LSS		W/8
97173  0300	97173  0300	PC		W	Possibly an IS
97173  0300	97175  0000	IR/EyC/PC	W
97175  1600	97178  1400	SBC		W
97178  0100	97178  1300	IR/PC/EyC	W
97178  1300	97179  0300	HSS		W
97179  2030	97180  0930	BzS		W/8
97182  0120	97182  0310	SBC		W/8
97182  1520	97184  0300	LSS		W/8	Region with very low proton beta, GEOTAIL in the SW
97184  0400	97184  0700	BzN		W	Period of nearly north aligned IMF
97184  0700	97184  0915	PC/EyC		W/8	
97184  1000	97184  1300	EyC/SBC		8
97184  1720	97184  2230	BzN		8
97187  0120	97187  1100	SBC		W
97188  0425	97188  0425	SBC		W
97188  0200	97189  0000	IR		W
97188  0200	97188  0900	BzS/PC		W
97190  0000	97190  0830	BzS/SBC		W
97190  1600	97190  2030	BzS		W	Structure with low ions beta
97191  0640	97191  1630	SBC		W
97192  0430	97192  2230	SBC		W/8
97193  0440     97193  1800     MISC		W/8	Interval with IMF approx. radial, and low ion beta
97194  0130	97194  0730	SBC		W/8
97194  1730	97196  0240	LSS		W/8	SW conditions are steady, with approx. radial
							IMF from the Sun
97196  0240	97196  9240	PC		W	Possibly weak fast quasi parallel IS
97196  0240	97196  0620	PC/EyC		W/8	Plasma sheath infront of Ejecta candidate?
97196  0620	97197  0515	BzS/MISC	W/8	Region with very low proton beta, Ejecta?
97197  1445	97198  0340	BzN		W
97198  1800	97198  2300	EyC/PC		W/8
97199  0030	97199  2330	IR/EyC		W
97200  0300	97200  0300	PC		W
97203  0740	97203  0830	SBC		W
97205  0000	97205  1900	IR/PC/EyC/SBC	W/8
97206  0000	07206  1900	SBC		W/8	Interval with several sharp SBCs
97207  1930	97207  2000	SBC		8	Interval with GEOTAIL in the SW
97208  0930	97209  1540	PC		W/8	Multiple traveling PC structures
97210  0530	97211  0430	SBC/PC		W	Interval with multiple PC and SBC
97211  0130	97211  1010	BzS/EyC		W
97211  1640	97212  1300	IR		W
97211  2200	97212  0300	PC		W/8	Ram pressure reaches above 13 nPa near start
							July 31, 1997
97212  0130	97212  0640	BzS/EyC/PC	W	IMF reaches 17 nT while SW speed ramps up
97213  0130	97213  2200	SBC		W
97213  2000	97214  0100	PC		W
97214  1800	97214  2230	SBC		W
97215  0000	97215  0659	BzN		W
97215  0950	97215  1350	PC/EyC		W	Ram pressure peaks close to 15 nPa
97215  1350	97216  0200	IMC		W	Interval with IMF at or above 15 nT
							Interval of a very low protons beta
97215  1350	97215  2015	BzS		W
97215  2015	97216  0345	BzN		W
97216  0345     97216  2200	PC/BzN		W	IMF predominantly oriented North
97217  0500	97217  0930	PC/BzN		W/8	Interval of increased ram and IMF pressure
97217  2200	97219  0600	LSS		W
97219  0615	97220  0900	SBC/PC		W/8	Interval with predominantly BzN IMF
97219  1240	97219  2040	BzN		W
97220  0900	97221  0230	BzS		W/8
97221  0550	97221  1215	PC		W/8
97221  0610	97221  0610	PC		W       Possibly IS and/or tangential discontinuity
97221  1215	97222  0000	EyC		W/8	Period with several moderate EyCs
97222  0430	97223  0540	BzS		W/8
97223  0540	97223  0840	BzN		W	low ion beta interval
97224  0000	97225  0000	SBC		W
97224  1800	97225  0000	PC/EyC		W/8	Period of multiple changes in PC, E-field
97225  0000	97227  0000	EyC		W	Period of multiple sharp changes
							in the orientation of the IMF
97226  0215	97226  0900	BzS/PC/SBC	W	IMF southward while SW speed was ~ 500 km/s
97227  2315	97229  0500	SBC		W
97229  0600	97230  1930	MISC		W	Interval of low ion beta, GEOTAIL in the SW
97229  0600	97229  1800	BzS		W/8	Possible Ejecta, interval of low ion beta
97232  0505	97232  0505	PC		W	IMF decreases, no shock
97233  0220	97232  2050	SBC		W/8
97234  0015	97234  0815	EyC/SBC/PC	W
97236  1315	97236  2145	PC		W	Interval of above average ram pressure
97237  1200	97240  0000	LSS		W
97239  1330	97239  1940	BzN		W
97239  2000	97240  1100	IR/EyC/SBC	W	Interval with multiple sharp SBCs
97241  0100	97241  1930	EyC/SBC		W	Interval with multiple sharp Ey changes
97242  0240	97242  1600	EyC/SBC		W/8
97243  0900	97243  1000	PC		W/8	Ram pressure increases
97244  0230	97244  1610	MISC		W/8	Radial IMF, low ion beta, GEOTAIL in the SW
97245  0900	97245  2240	LSS		W
97245  2240	97245  2240	IS		W
97245  2240	97247  0900	IR/EyC/PC	W	SW low-high speed stream IR
97246  0700	97247  0110	MISC		W	Complex Ejecta structure with some 
							signature of an IMC, WAVES/MFI detected 
							type II radio bursts, possibly a Sun-Earth 
							connection event associated to the halo type 
							CME on Aug. 29, 97. GEOTAIL enters the Bow Shock
97247  0930	97248  0430	HSS		W	
97248  1730	97248  1930	PC		W/8	Interval of higher ram pressure
97249  1215	97249  1430	PC/SBC		W	Pressure structure in the SW with sharp boundaries
97250  0530	07250  0530	PC		W
97253  1030	97254  0050	BzS/EyC		W
97254  0800	97254  1500	BzS		W
97254  2200	97256  0730	BzS/EyC		W
97258  0115	97259  1430	BzS		W/8	Long interval with predominantly southward IMF
							SW speed varies between 350 and 450 km/s, GEOTAIL 
							in the SW.
97258  2330	97259  1600	MISC/EyC	W	Interval with IMF predominantly oriented south (BzS)
97260  1200	97261  0900	EyC/BzS/PC      W/8	Interval with periods of strong soutward IMF, and
							low ion beta
97260  1800	97260  1800	SBC/PC		W/8	The SBC appears 30 minutes later at IMP-8
97261  0030	97261  0030	IS		W	Fast forward IS, GEOTAIL in the SW, while BzS
97261  0030	97261  0350	PC/BzS		W	Ram pressure reaches 8 nPa toward end of interval,
							IMF above normal, GEOTAIL in the SW. 
							In part a low ion beta PC region
97261  0350	97264  1415	MISC		W	Period with extended intervals of low ion beta, and
							above normal IMF strength, possibly multiple low speed
							traveling SW structures
97263  0200	97263  1200	BzS		W
97264  0400	97264  2200	BzS/PC		W	IMF predominantly oriented soutward
							Also a sheath region of above normal ram 
							pressure with a peak value of 20 nPa toward 
							the end of this interval
97264  0410	97264  0410	IS		W
97264  2200	97266  1150	BzN		W
97265  0130	97265  1730	IMC		W	Expanding magnetic flux rope with approx.
							half the rotation of a typical IMC. 
							Type II radio bursts observed. GEOTAIL in the SW
97266  0140	97266  0140	PC		W	Pressure balance structure possible, low ion beta
97267  0000	97268  0900	MISC		W/8	Region of below normal IMF strength
97269  0400	97269  1100     BzS		W/8
97269  0930	97269  1600	SBC		W/8
97270  0000	97270  1830	BzS/EyC/SBC	W/8
97271  0015	97271  0015	EyC		W
97271  0020	97271  1515	BzS/SBC		W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97273  2335	97273  2335	PC		8	Pressure balance structure possible, WIND and GEOTAIL
							in the magnetosphere
97274  0100	97274  0100	IS		8	WIND in the Earth's plasma sheath
97274  1140	97275  2310	MISC		W	extended strong IMF, ejecta/IMC?
97274  1140     97274  1650	BzS		W/8
97274  1630	97274  1650	EyC		W/8	Large change in Ey
97274  1650	97275  2310	BzN		W	Interval ending with IMF aligned almost completely N
							possibly ejecta, part of IMC, very low ion beta,
							GEOTAIL in the SW.
97276  0200	97276  0200	PC/MISC		W	Tangential or rotational discontinuity possible
97275  2310	97276  1630	PC/SBC		W	Interval with above normal ram pressure
97277  0100	97278  0015	EyC		W	Interval with multiple sharp changes in the IMF while
							predominantly northward (BzN)
97278  0330	97278  1615	BzN		W
97279  0115	97279  1600	BzN/LSS		W
97279  2030	97280  0130	PC		W/8
97280  0130	97280  2140	EyC		W/8	Interval with multiple sharp changes in the IMF while
							predominantly southward (BzS), GEOTAIL in the SW
97280  2140	97281  0400	BzN/EyC		W/8	Period with multiple nearly North aligned IMF, 
							GEOTAIL in the SW
97281  0400	97283  2140	SBC/EyC		W/8	Period with multiple SBC, sharp Ey changes, while
							IMF was mainly southward (BzS)
97283  0300	97283  0300	PC		W	Possible IS, (KPs do not show change in the ions

							thermal velocity)
97283  1600	97283  1600	IS		W
97283  1600	97283  2200	PC/EyC/SBC	W/8	Plasma sheath ahead of IMC
97283  2200	97285  0000	IMC/BzS/BzN	W	Also IMP-8 data toward the end of the IMC
97286  0002	97286  2100	BzS		W	Period of ion beta much smaller than one.
97286  1800	97296  0810	LSS		W	Period with intervals with IMP-8 and GEOTAIL in the SW
97287  0520	97287  1440	BzS		W
97287  1440	97287  2220	BzN		W/8
97287  2330	97288  0900	BzN		W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97288  0900	97288  1700	BzS		W	
97288  1640	97288  1700	MISC		W	A gradual SBC?
97288  1700	97289  2350	MISC		W	Extended intervals of an IMF aligned along X-GSE
97289  0000	97290  0000	MISC		W	Interval contains long periods of IMF aligned along X-GSE
97289  1040	97291  0300	PC		W	Period with intervals of above average ram Pressure
97292  0905	97292  0905	PC		W	Possible tangential discontinuity or IS
97292  2215	97293  0200	SBC/EyC		W	Period with multiple SBC/EyCs
97294  0200	97294  0730	BzS		8	WIND perigee
97294  0730	97294  0910	EyC		8	WIND perigee
97295  1830	97295  1830	MISC		W	Possible bow shock crossing (outward), a Quasi// BS?
97296  0115	97297  2200	SBC/EyC		W	Interval with multiple SBC/EyCs
97296  0810	97296  0810	IS		W/8
97296  2350	97297  1330	BzS		W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97297  1115	97297  1115	IS		W	GEOTAIL in the SW, IS during low ion beta interval
97297  1200	97297  1200	EyC		W/8	Ey reaches 10 mV/m, 	GEOTAIL in the SW
97297  2330	97298  0330	BzS/SBC/EyC	W/8
97298  0525	97298  0525	PC		W/8	Possibly a slow reverse IS
97298  2215	97299  0230	BzS/EyC		W/8
97299  2330	97300  0615	BzS/EyC/PC/SBC	W/8	Interval of low ion beta (SW speed ~ 500 km/s)
97300  0615	97300  1600	BzN		W
97300  1030	97301  0500	MISC		W	Low ion beta region, possibly an Ejecta/IMC
97301  0500	97301  2200	PC/EyC/SBC	W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97303  0600	97303  1650	BzS/EyC/SBC	W	Period with an IMF predominantly southward
97304  2300	97304  2300	PC		W
97305  0610	97305  0610	IS		W/8     Ram Pressure spike of 12 nPa or more while
							the IMF is N.
97305  0720	97305  2200	SBC/PC/EyC/MISC	W/8	Period of increasing SW speed, with multiple SBC
							and a large magnetic hole near 0950 UT.
97308  0000	97308  0220	MISC/PC		W/8	Interval showing possible IMF rotat. discont.
97308  0220	97308  2250	MISC/PC/BzS/BzN W/8	possibly an Ejecta/IMC, GEOTAIL in the SW
							IMF predominantly South for most of the period.
97309  0630	97309  1155	BzS		W/8	Low ion beta region
97310  0130	97310  22	BzS		W/8	Period with an IMF predominantly southward
97310  2210	97310  2210	IS/MISC		W/8	Foward IS seen near 2240 by IMP-8. During the
							shock (at IMP-8) the IMF rotates from S to N!.
97310  23	97311  0900	BzS/EyC/PC	W/8	
97311  0530	97312  1430	IMC		W/8	GEOTAIL shows intervals in and out of the SW
97313  1000	97313  1000	IS		W	GEOTAIL in the SW	
97313  1720	97314  1600	BzS/SBC/PC	W	GEOTAIL in the SW
97313  2230	97313  2230	IS		W	F IS during extended interval of BzS
97314  1545	97315  0015	BzN		W	Interval of BzN except from 2015 to 2045 UT
97314  2015     97314  2045	SBC/MISC/BzS	W	possibly slow crossing of the heliospheric plasma sheet
							double dip observed in the strength of the IMF.
97315  0200	97315  0430	SBC/PC/MISC	W	Multiple SBCs and intervals of IMF holes.
97316  1500	97316  1500	PC/MISC		W	Possible IMF tangential discontinuity
97317  0430	97317  2210	PC/BzS		W/8	Interval with high density/ram-pressure structures
97318  0330	97318  2340	SBC/PC/EyC      W/8	Interval with predominantly BzS
97318  2340	97320  0200	BzS/MISC	W/8	Interval with low to very low ion beta
97320  0200	97320  2120	SBC/BzS/BzN/PC	W/8
97320  2120	97321  0240	BzS		W/8
97321  0240	97321  0850	PC		W/8	ram Pressure increases/decreases at period start/end
97322  0040	97322  0220	PC		W	ram Pressure spike reaches 9 nPa
97323  2040	97323  2350	MISC		W/8	Interval of nearly radial IMF. GEOTAIL in the SW
97324  0740	97324  0740	SBC		W	GEOTAIL out and in the SW
97326  0025	97326  0640	BzS		W
97326  0910	97326  0910	IS		W	Very strong F IPS ahead of Ejecta
97326  0910	97326  1850	EyC/MISC	W	This interval had ramPressure with spikes of at least 
							20 nPa and IMF of at least 35 nTa, and induced E fields 
							of more than 10 mV/M. This structure was probably driven 
							by a CME. On Nov. 17, 1997, ~ 8:00 UT there was a full 
							halo CME in the East side of the Sun.
97326  1305	97327  1250	BzS/BzN/BzS     W	Ejecta, possibly IMC. Sustained IMF of 25 nTa or 
							more during the first eight hours of this event.
97327  1250	97327  1305	SBC/PC/MISC	W	Interval shows the possible signature of a magnetic hole
97328  0330	97328  0330	PC		W	PC while IMF has BzS and SW speed is ~550 km/s
97328  0630	97331  2345	SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs.
97332  0900	97333  1140	MISC		W/8	Interval of low beta-p, nearly radial SW
97333  1140	97333  1140	PC		W/8	Pressure balance?, beginning of region of very
							low IMF
97333  1140     97334  0715	LSS		W/8
97334  0715	97334  0715	IS		W/8	Fast foward IS seen at imp-8 approx. at 0800 UT
97334  0715	97334  0815	PC/MISC		W/8	Pressure pulse, jump of ~4 nPa in ram pressure
97334  2050	97335  0355	MISC		W/8	Low beta-p region in apparent pressure balance
97336  0130	97336  1000	BzN		W
97336  2100	97341  1430	SBC/EyC		W	Period with multiple SBCs
97336  2115	97336  2245	PC/MISC		W	Period of high ram pressure, beta-p, low IMF
97342  0530	97343  0140	BzN		W/8	Interval of relative low beta-p, low ram Pressure
97342  1245	97344  0430	LSS		W/8
97344  0430	97344  0430	IS		W	
97344  0430	97344  1840	BzS/EyC/PC/SBC  W/8
97344  1840	97348  1610	BzS/BzN		W/8	Ejecta, extended low beta-p event. IMP-8 made several 
							bowshock crossings at the start of the interval
97346  2215	96354  1800	LSS		W/8
97349  0600	97349  2030	BzS		W/8	IMP-8 in the bowshock since 1420 UT
97350  0820	97351  0830	BzS		W
97351  1700	97352  0640	BzS/EyC/PC	W	Interval of a rotating IMF (IMC type structure?)
							Interval with IMF/ramPressure above average
97353  0500	97354  0400	EyC/BzN		W
97354  0630	97359  2300	SBC		W/8	Interval with multiple SBCs
97358  0020	97358  1200	BzS		W/8
97359  0700	97364  0115	LSS		W	IMP-8 in the SW during part of the interval
97360  0100	97360  0830	BzN		W/8
97364  0115	97364  0115	IS		W	
97364  0115	97364  0800	EyC/BzS/BzN	W
97364  0800	97365  0500	BzS/BzN/MISC	W	Ejecta, possibly an IMC
98001  0045	98001  0900	EyC		W	Period with multiple EyCs
98001  1415	98002  1300	MISC		W	Interval of a low beta (protons)
98003  0530	98003  1400	BzS		W
98003  2140	98004  0900	BzN		W
98004  0930	98004  1800	EyC		W	Period with multiple EyCs
98005  0800	98006  0630	BzS/EyC/PC	W	Period with IMF mostly south, and multiple EyCs/PCs
98006  0600	98007  0300	BzS/EyC/PC	W/8	Period with IMF mostly south, and multiple EyCs/PCs
98006  1330	98006  1330	IS		W	IS observed also at IMP-8 approx. at 1420 UT
98007  0300	98008  0730	IMC/BzN		W/8
98008  0730	98008  1645	PC/BzS		W/8	Region of above normal ramPressure
98008  1645	98008  2110	MISC		W/8	Region of low beta (protons), possibly an IMC
98008  2100	98008  2220	PC		W/8	Region of multiple ramPressure spikes
98008  2220	98008  2350	EyC		W/8	Multiple strong EyC
98008  2350	98009  0410	BzN		W/8	Approx. one hour shifted in time in going from WI to I8
							(this is the same for other entries before/after)
98009  0410	98009  1420	BzS/PC		W/8
98009  1540	98009  2040	BzN		W
98009  2100	98010  0300	EyC		W	Multiple EyC
98010  0400	98010  1600	BzS/EyC/SBC	W	Time interval with IMF predominantly South and
							multiple EyC and SBC
98011  0030	98012  1800	SBC/EyC		W	Multiple SBC and EyC while the IMF is predominantly South
98013  0520	98013  1730	SBC/EyC		W
98015  1500	98016  1300	LSS		W
98015  2030	98018  1140	BzS/EyC/SBC	W/8	Interval of an IMF predominantly South with 
							multiple EyC and SBC
98018  1140     98019  2050	BzN/PC/SBC/EyC  W/8	Interval with multiple EyC and SBC with above
							average IMF intensity
98019  2050	98020  1640	EyC/PC		W/8	Multiple EyC/PC
98020  1730	98020  2300	BzS/MISC	W	IMF Southward during low plasma beta (proton) region (Ejecta?)
98020  2300	98021  0330	BzN/MISC	W	IMF Northward during interval of a mostly low beta region
							and a ramPressure with spikes of more than 15 nPa
98021  0345	98021  0345	SBC		W
98021  0500	98021  0500	SBC		W/8	IMP-8 observes the SBC at 0555 UT
98021  0520	98022  1140	BzN		W/8
98021  0520	98022  0100	MISC/PC		W/8	Very low plasma beta (proton) region, Ejecta?, while IMF reaches 20 nTa
98022  1340	98022  2145	PC/EyC		W
98024  0440	98024  0440	IS		W
98024  0540	98024  1500	BzN/PC/MISC	W	Time period contains a 180 Deg. smooth rotation in longitude
							of the IMF and an interval of low plasma beta (proton)
98025  0040	98025  1900	SBC/PC		W	Interval with multiple SBC and PC
98027  0345	98027  0345	SBC/PC		W
98027  0600	98027  0600	PC/MISC		W	Possibly a tangential discontinuity, two streams contact region
98028  0400	98028  1130	MISC		W/8	IMF oriented approx. radial from the Sun
98028  1600	98028  1600	IS		W/8	possible parallel forward IS, approx. one hour later at IMP-8
98029  1345	98030  2310	MISC		W/8	Time interval of low plasma beta (proton)
98029  2000	98030  2310	BzS		W/8	
98031  1550	98031  1550	IS		W
98031  1550	98032  1345	PC		W/8	Interval of above average ramPressure with multiple PC
98032  2140	98033  1845	BzN		W/8
98033  0740	98035  0215	MISC		W	Interval of below average ramPressure, and low plasma beta (proton)
98034  1230	98035  1915	BzS		W
98035  0400	98036  2200	IMC		W	See a flux rope fit when linking from the Magnetic Cloud Table
							by the WIND/MFI team 
98036  0000	98037  2300	LSS		W
98038  0300	98038  2115	SBC		W	Time interval with multiple SBC
98039  1000	98040  1800	EyC/PC/SBC	W/8	Period with multiple EyC, SBC and PC, a possible stream-stream IR
98041  0140	98041  0930	SBC		W/8	Time interval with multiple SBC
98041  1800	98043  0200	EyC/PC		W/8	Time interval with multiple EyC and PC
98044  0335	98044  0335	SBC/MISC	W/8	Possible stream-stream and IMF rotational discontinuity
98044  1700	98045  0230	BzS		W/8	A low plasma beta (proton) region
98045  1315	98045  1630	SBC		W/8
98046  2000	98047  0400	MISC		W/8	Interval with an IMF approx. radial from the Sun
98047  0400	98048  1810	BzN		W
98047  1830	98051  0030	MISC		W	Interval dominated by low plasma beta (proton) regions (multiple Ejecta?)
98048  1120	98049  0845	BzS/PC		W	Period with strong IMF, most of the time oriented South, 
							and above average ramPressure
98048  1200	98048  1200	EyC		W	Sharp/strong EyC
98049  0750	98049  0750	IS		W	Forward IS (in Ejecta?)
98049  0750	98049  2100	EyC/PC		W	Time interval with multiple EyC and PC
98049  2000	98049  2120	SBC		W
98049  2110	98050  0715	BzN		W	Possible interval of observation of an IMC
98050  1340	98051  0030	BzS		W	Possible interval of observation of an IMC
98051  1725	98051  1725	SBC		W
98052  0300	98052  1330	BzN		W
98052  1640	98053  0530	BzS		W
98052  2010	98052  2010	SBC		W
98053  0400	98053  0630	PC		W/8
98053  0710	98055  0630	SBC/EyC		W/8	Time interval with multiple SBC and EyC
98053  1940	98054  0000	BzN		W/8	IMF oriented North, at IMP-8 interval starts and ends 40 minutes later
98054  1500	98054  1940	BzS		W
98056  0400	98056  0830	BzS		W/8
98056  1800	98057  1600	BzN		W/8
98058  0600	98058  2230	SBC/EyC		W/8	Multiple SBC(s)
98058  1500	98059  0700	BzS		W/8	
98060  0020	98060  0020	EyC		W	EyC at IMF turning South, it coincides
							at I8 with I8 crossing of the bow shock
98060  1100	98061  0640	BzS		W/8	I8 (IMP-8) enters definitively the bow shock at ~2100 UT
98062  0550	98062  1900	MISC		W	Low proton-beta region (Ejecta?)
98063  1010	98063  1700	BzS		W
98063  1105	98063  1105	PC		W	Possibly an IS
98063  0014	98065  0006 	IMC		W	A catalogued IMC
98064  0800	98065  0630	BzN/PC		W	Interval of steady magnitude of IMF with multiple PCs
98065  1200	98065  2200	BzN		W/8
98065  2220	98066  1200	BzS/MISC	W/8	Interval of low proton beta (Ejecta?) with extended BzS and 
							IMF rotating between 120 and 330 Deg.
98066  0940	98068  0540	BzN		W/8	Interval of predominantly north BzN
98066  1240	98069  0300	LSS		W/8
98066  2130	98068  0530	SBC		W/8
98069  0030	98070  0000	IR/EyC/BzS/PC	W/8	Period with SW speed changing from under 300 to 550 km/s and
							ramPressure peaking to above 15 nPa (~10 UT) and IMF above 20 nT
98070  0000	98072  1400	MISC		W/8	Large periods (> half hour) IMF fluctuates  (HSS?)
98072  2330	98073  0830	MISC		W	IMF approx. radial (Sun-Earth direction)
98073  1315	98074  1430	BzS/SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs
98076  1750	98077  0615	MISC		W	Very low beta (protons) region, Ejecta?
98076  1850	98076  1850	MISC		W	Possible rotational discontinuity
98078  0130	98079  0845	LSS/PC/MISC	W/8	Interval of multiple PCs and very low beta (protons)
98079  0520	98080  0150	BzS/EyC/PC/MISC W/8	Interval of multiple BzS/EyC/PCs and very low beta (protons)
98080  0300	98080  2045	IR/EyC/PC/BzS,N W/8
98080  2040	98080  2040	PC		W/8	At 2130 observed at I8, possibly a fast reverse IS
98081  0700	98081  0700	PC		W/8	At 0655 observed at I8, (reverse IS?)
98080  2040	98082  0300	HSS		W/8
98083  1000	98083  1000	SBC		W/8
98083  1100	98084  0000	BzS		W/8
98084  0700	98084  1520	BzS/PC/EyC	W/8
98084  1400	98084  1000	MISC		W/8	Interval of very low beta (proton), Ejecta?
98084  1400	98084  1600	MISC		W/8	Interval of very low beta (proton), Ejecta?,
							IMF rotates, possible a flux-rope
98084  1830	98085  1000	BzN		W/8
98086  0015	98087  2230	SBC		W	Period with multiple SBCs
98087  2230	98088  0215	BzS/EyC		W
98088  1230	98088  1530	BzS		W
98089  0400	98090  0545	BzS		W
98089  1230	98089  1230	SBC		W
98090  1645	98093  0145	MISC		W/8	Ejecta material?, Extended intervals of radial IMF 
							(Sun-Earth direction) and very low beta protons
98093  0125	98093  2215	BzN/EyC		W/8	Period of a predominantly northward IMF
98094  0000	98094  0700	BzS		W/8
98094  0700	98095  0200	EyC/PC		W/8	Period of multiple Ey and pressure changes
98095  1430	98095  2230	BzN		W/8
98096  0030	98096  0900	BzN		W/8
98096  0600	98096  0600	PC		W/8	Convected structure observed at 705 UT at IMP-8
98097  0600	98097  1800	MISC		W/8	Extended intervals of radial IMF, low beta protons
98097  1655	98097  1655	IS		W/8	Forward IS observed at 18 UT at I8 UT
98097  1715	98100  0415	MISC/EyC/BzS	W	Ejecta material?, Extended intervals of a BzS IMF 
							and very low beta protons
98100  1230	98101  0130	BzS/EyC		W	Interval of predominantly BzS IMF
98101  1540	98102  0900	BzS/EyC/MISC	W	Period of very low beta (protons beta)
98102  1100	98103  1810	BzN		W	Period with extended interval of almost completely 
							north oriented IMF
98103  1810	98103  1810	EyC		W
98104  0340	98104  1220	BzS		W
98104  1940	98106  0940	SBC/PC		W	Multiple SBCs and PCs
98105  1300	98105  2330	MISC		W	Ejecta material?, interval of radial IMF
							and very low beta protons, GEOTAIL in the SW
98106  2020	98106  2120	PC/EyC		W/8
98107  0100	98107  0100	MISC/SBC	W	Possible tangential discontinuity
98107  0100	98108  1520	IR/EyC/PC	W/8
98108  1320	98109  1400	BzN		W/8
98108  1520	98108  1520	PC		W/8	Possible reverse fast IS
98109  1400	98109  2100	BzS		W/8
98110  0140     98110  1240     BzS		W	Period with some N-S structures in the IMF
98110  1320	98110  2230	BzN/MISC	W	Ejecta material?, interval of radial IMF
98112  1330	98113  0430	MISC		W	Ejecta material?, interval of radial IMF
98113  1730	98113  1730     IS		W
98113  1800	98113  2100	SBC		W	Interval with multiple SBCs
98113  1730	98114  0950	EyC/PC		W	Interval with multiple EyC and PC
98115  0000	98117  0130	EyC/PC/SBC	W	Extended period of predominantly BzS IMF
							with multiple SBC, EyC and PC
98119  1610	98120  0040	BzS		W
98120  0840	98120  0840	IS		W/8	Observed at 0915 UT at IMP-8	
98121  0040	98121  0040	SBC/PC		W
98121  0040	98121  1820	EyC		W
98121  2120	98121  2120	IS		W/8	Observed at 2150 UT at IMP-8
							The beginning of the observation of multiple 
							strong-fast Sun-Earth connection events
98122  0900	98123  1330	IMC		W	A catalogued IMC
98123  1700	98123  1700	IS		W	Shock in Ejecta?, Fast IS while IMF southward
98124  0200	98124  0200	IS/BzS		W	Fast IS while IMF southward
98124  0200	98124  1420	EyC		W	Multiple, very large EyCs
98124  2210	98125  0150	MISC		W	Ejecta?, interval of very low protons beta
98124  1200	98127  2140	MISC		W	Multiple Ejecta(s)?
							A very high speed low density ejecta type structure
98127  2230	98128  1530	EyC		W	Period with multiple EyCs
98128  0920	98128  0920	PC		W	Possibly fast forward IS during HSS
98128  1530	98129  0000	BzS		W
98128  1500	98133  0300	HSS		W/8
98133  0600	98133  1300	MISC		W/8	Period of approx. radial IMF
98134  2200	98135  1350	LSS		W/8
98135  1350	98135  1350	IS		W
98135  1540	98135  1540	SBC		W
98135  1615	98137  0400	EyC/PC/MISC	W	Multiple Ey and ramPressure changes
98135  2140	98136  2330	BzN		W	Period of predominantly BzN IMF
98135  2345	98136  1130	MISC		W	Region of low beta (protons), Ejecta?
98136  1200	98138  0000	HSS		W
98138  1100	98138  2215	BzS		W	Period of predominantly south IMF
98139  1500	98140  0630	BzN		W	
98140  0630	98140  1940	EyC/PC		W	Period with multiple Ey and ramPressure changes
98140  2335	98142  0530	BzS/EyC		W	Period of a mostly south IMF and multiple EyCs
98142  1200	98143  0125	MISC		W/8	Low beta protons interval
98142  1230	98142  1415	EyC		W/8
98142  1415	98142  2110	BzN		W/8
98142  2110	98144  0000	BzS		W/8	Period of predominantly south IMF
98144  0300	98144  0600	EyC		W/8
98144  1130	98144  1530	EyC		W/8
98144  1530	98144  1730	MISC		W	Near radial IMF (IMF along the Sun-Earth direction)
98144  2045	98145  0100	BzN		W
98145  0420	98145  1820	EyC		W/8	Period of multiple EyCs while IMF southward
98145  2120	98146  1900	MISC		W/8	Interval with a predominantly low beta protons SW
98147  0200	98147  0740	BzN/PC		W/8
98147  0930	98147  1410	BzS		W
98147  1730	98148  0200	BzS		W
98148  0500	98148  1030	BzN		W
98148  1430	98149  2330	IR/EyC/PC/BSC	W	Interval of time with GEOTAIL in the SW
98149  1510	98149  1510	IS		W	Strong fast forward IP shock
							GEOTAIL in the SW
98149  1510	98149  2300	EyC/PC		W	Interval of strong Ey and ramPressure changes
98149  2345	98150  0250	HSS/MISC	W	A 700 km/s SW, not a typical Alvenic stream
98150  0250	98150  1510	PC/SBC		W	
98150  1345	98150  1600	MISC		W	Interval of a low beta (protons)
98152  0725	98152  0725	SBC/PC		W
98152  0725	98153  0000	SBC/BzN		W	Interval of multiple SBCs and predominently
							northward IMF, GEOTAIL in the SW
98153  0845	98153  1030	PC		W
98153  1030	98153  2215	BzS/BzN/BzS	W	Interval showing possible multiple Ejecta, GEOTAIL in the SW
98153  1030	98153  1525	MISC		W	Time interval of very low proton beta (IMC?)
							A geomagnetic substorm occurs at 1230UT when IMF turns north
							GEOTAIL also in the SW.
98154  0320	98154  15	IR/EyC/SBC/PC	W/8	Interval contains a sharp ramPressure pulse 
							(7 UT at WIND, 740 UT at IMP8)
98155  1900	98156  0010	BzS		W/8	Interval of predominantly south IMF
98156  0010	98156  0050	PC/BzN/EyC	W
98156  0050	98156  0620	BzS		W/8
98156  1100	98158  0045	IR/EyC/PC	W/8
98157  1420	98157  2110	BzS/PC/EyC	W/8	Interval of mainly south IMF
							GEOTAIL in the SW
98158  0045	98159  1910	HSS		W/8
98160  1800	98161  0700	BzN/EyC		W	Multiple EyCs with IMF predominantly North
98161  0700	98161  1330	BzS		W
98161  1300	98162  0230	PC/EyC/MISC	W	Interval of sharp changes in ramPx and IMF intensities
98162  0130	98162  1230	SBC/MISC	W	Interval of below average IMF intensities
98162  2200	98162  2340	MISC		W	Interval of radial IMF along Sun-Earth line
							GEOTAIL in the SW
98163  0300	98163  2300	SBC/MISC	W	From 13 to 20 UT below average IMF and
							approx. radial IMF, GEOTAIL in the SW
98164  0300	98164  2200	MISC		W	Interval of below average beta-protons
98164  1920	98164  1920	IS		W	A forward fast IP shock candidate, GEOTAIL in the SW
98165  0235	98165  0235	EyC		W
98165  0235	98165  1300	BzS		W/8	GEOTAIL in the SW
98166  1345	98166  2230	MISC		W/8	Interval of below average beta-protons
98166  1400	98166  0310	BzN		W/8
98166  0815	98167  0500	EyC/BzS/BzN	W/8	IMF is first mainly South and then North
98167  1150	98167  1545	MISC		W/8	BzS at WIND but not at IMP8
98168  0630	98168  0800	MISC		W/8	Near radial IMF, GEOTAIL in the SW
98168  1330	98169  0700	MISC/BzS/BzN	W/8	Period showing smooth rotation of the IMF (Ejecta?)
98168  2120	98168  2120	PC		W/8	possibly weak IS?, GEOTAIL in the SW
98169  2000	98171  0630   IR/BzS/BzN/PC/EyC	W/8	IR with a possible pressure wave ahead of IR
							GEOTAIL in the SW
98171  1345	98173  2000	EyC		W/8	Multiple EyC with IMF mostly southward
							IMP8 in the SW until 0540 on 98173.
98173  1530	98173  1530	PC		W	Possibly a weak forward IS, sharper at GEOTAIL at 1550
98173  1850     98173  1850	EyC		W
98173  2010	98173  2010	EyC		W
98174  0700	98174  1630	BzN/PC		W	GEOTAIL in the SW
98174  1630	98174  2300	BzS/EyC		W
98175  1200	98176  1700	IMC		W	A catalogued IMC
							GEOTAIL in the SW
98176  1610	98176  1610	IS		W
98176  1610	98177  1700	MISC		W	Region of below average proton beta, Ejecta?
98177  1935	98177  1935	SBC/MISC	W/8	A possible IMF rotational discontinuity
98178  1930	98178  1415	SBC		W/8	Possibly multiple SBCs, GEOTAIL in the SW
98179  1030	98179  1030	SBC		W/8	Possible SBC
98178  1415	98178  1415	MISC/IS/EyC	W/8	A possible slow reverse IS and rotational discontinuity
98222  0032	98222  0032	IS		W
98231  1840	98231  1840	IS		W	IS aprox. 9 hours ahead of IMC
98232  0600	98232  0900	PC 		W	Possible plasma sheath infront of IMC
98232  0900	98233  2020	IMC/BzS/BzN	W	A catalogued IMC
98233  2020	98234  1500	LSS/PC/EyC	W
98234  0210	98234  0210	IS		W
98234  0210	98234  1930	BzS/PC/EyC	W	Interval with times having Np above 30 particles/cc
98238  0636	98238  0636	IS		W	The start of a strong-fast Sun-Earth connection event
98239		98239  2300	MISC		W	A possible IMC
98239  2300	98241  0100	HSS		W
98251  1700	98251  1700	IS		W
98267  2320	98267  2320	IS		W	The beginning of the observation of a strong
							Sun-Earth connection event
98268  0600	98269  1900	IMC		W
98275  0700	98275  0700	IS		W
98291  1928	98291  1928	IS		W	Ejecta driven fast IP shock
98291  2128	98292  0430	EyC/PC		W
98292  0245	98292  1200	BzS		W
98292  0430	98293  0600	IMC		W	Likely in-situ manifestations of 
							Sun-Earth connection event
98311  0800	98311  0800	IS		W	IS possibly related to Ejecta (IMC?)
							related to H-CME from Nov. 5, 6?
98312  0442	98312  0442	IS		W	IS possibly related to IMC
							related to H-CME from Nov. 7?
98312  1900	98314  0100	IMC		W	This is a fitted magnetic cloud
98316  1615	98316  1615	IS		W	IS possibly related to Ejecta
							H-CME on 981109
98317  0140	98317  0140	IS		8/W
98317  0415			MISC		8	IMC?
99049  0240	99049  0240	IS		W	Strong IS, possibly Sun-Earth connection event 
99049  0240	99049  1220	PC/EyC/BzS	W	Interval of high ramPressure, intense IMF and BzS
99049  1220	99050  0830	BzS/MISC	W	IMF mostly southward, high speed Ejecta, possibly IMC
99084  0420	99084  0420	IS		ACE	shock possibly driven by ejecta
99084  1600	99085  0200	IMC?		ACE	
99106  1110	99106  1110	IS		W/8
99106  1700	99107  1700	IMC/BzS/BzN	W/ACE	Highly geoeffective event, 
							IMF was above 20 nT for more than 10 hrs, 
							event with H-CME origin on the Sun,
							H-CME on 990413
99125  1200	99125  1700	BzN/PC/EyC	ACE
99125  1500	99125  1500	IS		ACE	event with SEP and H-CME association, starting at Sun
							at approx. 15 UT on May 3.
99130  2300	99132  1000	MISC		W/ACE	SW plasma density below 1/cc. GOES SC key parameter data
							support interpretation of a very expanded Earth magnetosphere
99138  0033	99138  0033	IS		W	0015 UT at ACE, a forward IP shock
99138  0015	99138  1910	IR/EyC/PC	W	Possibly CIR interval
99138  1948	99138  1948	IS		W	1910 at ACE, a reverse IP shock
99138  1910	99140  1800	HSS		W/ACE
99167  0000	99170  0000	EyC		W	Interval with IMF showing multiple sharp variations in Bz 
99172  0300	99177  0220	LSS		W/ACE
99177  0220	99177  0220	PC/MISC		W	Also a tangential discontinuity at WIND.
							Possibly a Shock at ACE 
							(related to H-CME observed with LASCO on June 22?)
99177  1925	99177  1925	IS		W/ACE	Shock possibly related to Ejecta (H-CME observed with LASCO on June 24?)
99178  1630	99179  0300	BzS/BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Fast Ejecta (>500 km/s)
99178  2231	99178  2231	PC 		W	It appears to be a Forward shock in ACE
99179  0200	99179  0600	PC/EyC/MISC	W/ACE	Interval with multiple pressure pulses.
							Possibly associated to multiple 
							Very Fast Ejecta (>800 km/s)
99179  0900	99180  0300	MISC		W/ACE	A low beta(proton) region, hence Ejecta? 
							High speed SW (800-600 km/s monotonic decrease) 
							with a density below 1 proton per cc
99180  1500	99182  0200	MISC		W	Another very low density (Np<1/cc) and low beta(proton) region
99187  1424	99187  1424	IS		W	Forward fast shock, observed at 1416 UT, at ACE
99188  0700	99188  1700	MISC		ACE	A low beta(proton) region, possibly Ejecta,
							B-field closely aligned with Sun-Earth direction
99189  0410	99189  0410	IS		W
99191  1200	99195		LSS		W/ACE
99193  0120	99193  0120	IS		ACE 	ACE/NRT, in LSS with BzS, also possibly tangential discontinuity
99201  2200	99202  0600     MISC		W/ACE   Interval of above average B-field strength (Ejecta?)
99202  0900	99203		IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE   Period with multiple EyCs, 
							PCs and IMF strength above 10 nT
99202  1420     99202  1750     SBC 		ACE	Interval with two possible SBCs during above average IMF
99202  1750	99202  1750	EyC		ACE	Possibly IMF tangential or rotational discontinuity 
99203  0110	99203  0110	MISC		W	Possibly rotational discontinuity,
							not observed with ACE/NRT
99208  1700	99210  0430	MISC		W/ACE	A predominantly low proton beta region (Ejecta?)
							Near background highly anisotropic MeV ions 
99208  1700	99209  0300	BzS/BzN/MISC	W/ACE	IMF large rotation, possibly flux-rope
99209  0410	99209  0410	EyC		W/ACE	A possible rotational or tangential discontinuity 
99209  0410	99210  0200	BzS		W/ACE	
99211  1021	99211  2000	PC/EyC		W/ACE
99211  1021	99211  1021	IS		ACE
99211  2000	99213  1600	MISC		W/ACE	Possibly multiple low beta proton regions (Ejecta?, 
							related to H-CME on Jul. 28?)
99211  2000 	99212  0100	EyC		ACE	Interval of multiple EyCs
99211  2340	99212  0430	BzS		W/ACE	Interval of predominantly south IMF
99212  0430	99212  1900	BzN		W/ACE	Interval of predominantly north IMF
99220  1400	99220  1400	EyC		W	Magnetic tangential discontinuity possible
99227  0941	99227  0921	IS		ACE	Forward fast interplanetary shock
99227  0941	99229  0140	IR/EyC/PC	ACE	A low-high speed stream-stream SW interaction region
99229  0140	99229  0140	IS		ACE	Reverse fast interplanetary shock
99229  0140	99232  2200	HSS		ACE/W	Time interval includes approx 12 hours 
							with sustained solar wind >= 740 km/s
99232  2300	99234  0600	BzS/MISC	ACE	A mass depleted solar wind with extended Np < 1/cc periods
99233  1200	99235  1610	MISC		W/ACE	Low proton-beta region (Ejecta?)
99233  2000	99235  0200	BzS		W/ACE	IMF rotates from approx. in ecliptic to south (IMC?)
99234  2240	99234  2240	PC		ACE	Possibly a fast forward IP shock
99235  0400	99235  1610	EyC		ACE	Interval with multiple sharp EyCs
99235  1140	99235  1140	IS		ACE
99235  1140	99238  2200	IR		W/ACE
99238  1750	99238  1750	PC		ACE	Plasma kinetic energy decreases (Reverse fast IS?)
99238  2200	99242  0500	HSS		W/ACE
99240  0000	99241  1400	MISC		W/ACE	Low Np time interval
99242  0700	99243  0200	BzS/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Multiple intervals of BzS, EyC and PC
99243  1330	99249  0600 	BzS		W/8/ACE	Almost uninterrupted BzS
99243  1330	99245  2200	BzS/HSS		W/ACE	Almost uninterrupted interval of BzS, in mostly HSS
99249  0600	99249  0600	EyC		ACE
99249  0600	99250  0200	SBC		ACE	Multiple sector boundary crossings
99249  0600	99249  1800	BzN		ACE
99249  1800	99249  1800	EyC		ACE
99252  1200	99252  2300	BzN/EyC		ACE	A mainly north IMF with multiple south turns
99254  0815	99254  2300	BzN		ACE	IMF mostly northward (GSM)
99255  0352	99256  1630	IR/EyC		W/ACE
99255  0352	99255  0352	IS		W	at ACE at 0320UT, strong spike in <2MeV ions
99256  0230	99256  1030	BzS/EyC		ACE	IMF mostly southward (GSM)
99256  0230	99260  0100	HSS		W/ACE	Interval with extended periods of south IMF
99256  1600	99256  1640	PC		W/ACE
99258  0734	99258  0734	IS		W	at ACE at 0720UT, in fast stream (ejecta related?)
99258  0930	99258  1000	BzS/MISC	8	Interval in which IMP-8 probably sees the bow shock
							far upstream of its usual location.
99258  2000	99258  2000	IS		W
99259  0100	99159  1430	BzS		W/ACE
99262  1400	99263  2100	BzS		W/ACE
99263  2100	99264  1200	SBC		W/ACE	Multiple SBCs
99264  1200	99265  0100	BzS		W/ACE
99265  1200	99265  1200	IS		W	1145 UT at ACE, strong IP shock possibly related to Sept 20 H-CME
99265  2130	99267  0100	BzN/BzS/PC/EyC	W/ACE	Ejecta possibly related to Sept 20 H-CME
99266  0500	99268		BzN		W/ACE	Period of predominantly BzN
99266  0910	99266  0900	IS		W	A reverse IP shock possibly related to the Ejecta
99267  0500	99269		SBC		W/ACE	Interval with multiple SBCs
99269  1850	99270  1600	IR		W/ACE	low-high speed stream-stream interaction region
99269  1850	99269  1850	PC/EyC		W/ACE	PC (at tangential discontinuity?, at both spacecraft
99269  1850	99269  2350	PC/EyC/SBC	W/ACE	Iterval of multiple SBCs and EyCs
99270  1600	99270  1600	IS		ACE	Reverse IP shock
99270  1600	99274  0300	HSS		W/ACE	Period of predominantly BzS
99282  1500	99283  1100	SBC/PC/EyC 	W/ACE	Possibly part of IR, from low to fast speed stream
99282  2330	99283  2200	BzS		W/ACE	Period of predominantly soutward IMF, geomagnetic
							effective interval
99282  2330	99283  0900	MISC/BzS	W/ACE	Possibly ejecta, magnetic field well above average
99283  0900	99287  2200	PC/EyC/MISC	W/ACE	Possibly extended low-high speed stream-stream IR
99287  2200	99287  2200	PC		ACE	A possible reverse IS or pressure pulse wave
99287  2200	99291  0000	HSS		W/ACE
99293  0145	99293  0145	PC		ACE	Possibly related to 23UT October 16 Sun West limb CME
99294  0140	99296  		IR		W/ACE
99294  0213	99294  0213	IS		W	Fast IP shock (0140 UT at ACE),	
							possibly related to 00UT October 18 Sun H-CME.
99294  0430	99295  0610	PC/BzN/BzS/MISC W/ACE	Period with ejecta signatures in the solar wind, possibly
							corresponding to H-CME (image at 0626UT, Oct. 18, 1999)
							Ring current index Dst reached below -250 nT near 0700 UT on Oct. 22.
99295  0610	99298  1200	HSS		W/ACE
99299  0740	99301  0200  	BzS		W/ACE	Interval of a predominantly southward IMF (GSM coordinates) 
99301  1130	99301  1130	IS		ACE	
99301  1200	99302  1200	BzS		W/ACE
99306  1230	99309  2030	BzN		W/ACE	Interval of a predominantly Northward IMF
99309  1915	99309  1915	EyC/PC/MISC	ACE	PC at Tangential Discontinuity
99309  2230	99310  0840	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	IMF rotates approx. 180 Deg. in Azimuth (Ejecta/IMC?)
99310  0800	99310  0800	MISC		ACE	Magnetic hole
99310  0840	99311  0910	SBC		W/ACE	Multiple SBCs
99310  0840	99310  0840	SBC/MISC	ACE	SBC at a large magnetic hole
99310  1240	99310  1240	SBC/MISC	ACE	SBC at magnetic hole
99310  1545	99310  1545	PC/MISC		ACE	PC (IS?) at/near Tangential or Rotational Discontinuity 
99310  1815	99310  1815	SBC		ACE
99310  2330	99312  0100	PC/BzS/BzN/SBC	W/ACE	Interval with multiple changes in solar wind conditions (Ejecta?)
				IR/EyC/PC		and well above historical magnetic field strength in the heliosphere,
							also a possible compound stream region, interval of multiple strong EyCs and PCs
99310  2330	99310  2330	SBC/PC/EyC	ACE
99311  1000	99311  1000	PC/MISC		ACE	Possibly stream-stream interface, at magnetic hole, 
							with order magnitude rise in 0.5-2.0 MeV protons flux
99313  1200	99315  2000	HSS		W/ACE	Interval with mostly IMF Bz southward (GSM)
99316  0800	99317		BzS/MISC	W/ACE	Low beta-proton region (Ejecta?)
99316  0800	99217  1800	BzS/MISC	W/ACE	A very low density plasma region (<1 part/cc)
99317  1210	99317  1210	IS		W/ACE	Fast forward IP shock during interval of mostly southward IMF
99323  2359	99323  2359	IS		ACE	Shock may be related to S15E70 solar transient approx. 10 UT on Nov. 17
99324  0130	99324  1000	BzN		W/ACE
99324  1100	99324  2100	BzN		W/ACE
99325  0500	99325  1600	MISC/BzN	W/ACE	SW in this interval is of a relatively low proton temperature (ejecta?)
99326  0030	99328  1000	MISC		W/ACE	Time interval with a mostly South Bz, it has possibly ejecta signatures
99326  0330	99326  0330	SBC/EyC		ACE
99326  0500	99326  1600	BzS		W/ACE
99327  0200	99327  1930	BzS/MISC	W/ACE	Interval contains a low proton density region
99327  2000	99328  0600	BzS		W/ACE
99328  0600	99328  1500	SBC/MISC	W/ACE	Period with multiple SBCs, and one large magnetic hole near 1400 UT.
99329  2000	99331  2100	BzN		W/ACE
99333  1200	99334  0000	BzN		W/ACE
99334  0600	99334  0600	PC		ACE	Possible IS
99335  0200	99335  1700	BzN		ACE
99335  2100	99336  2100	BzN		ACE
99337  0800	99339  0800	IR/EyC/BzS	W/ACE
99339  0800	99344		HSS		W/ACE
99345  1200	99345  1200	PC/EyC		W/ACE	ACE Time, A pressure pulse was sensed later by GOES 
							in the magnetosphere environment
99355  2200	99357  0000	LSS		W/ACE	The SW speed reached below 280 km/s while proton density was low
99357  0230	99357  2100	BzN/SBC/PC	W/ACE	Interval of an IMF north, and multiple SBCs and PCs
99357  2120	99358  1000	EyC/PC		W/ACE	Interval shows fluctuations in proton density with
							peak values of more than 30 protons per cc
99360  0600	99360  2130	MISC		W/ACE	Ejecta?;Interval of an approx. radial IMF (~ 8 nT)
							with an azimuth range between 160-178 Deg 
99360  2130	99360  2130	PC		ACE	Possibly a magnetic tangential discontinuity
99361  0000	99364  0000	EyC/SBC/PC/MISC	W/ACE	Interval may contain slow ejecta(s)
99362  1600	99363  0200	BzS		W/ACE
99363  0800	99363  1300	BzN		W/ACE
99363  2140	99364  1600	BzN		W/ACE	Time interval of a mostly northward IMF
99364  1600	99364  1600	SBC/EyC/PC/MISC	ACE	Magnetic hole at SBC and possibly IR interface
99364  1750	99364  1750	PC		ACE	Possibly IS, Tangential or Rotational Discontinuity
99364  1920   2000007		HSS		W/ACE 
00007  1600	00007  2200	BzS		ACE	Interval from 1745 to 2130 UT shows smooth rotation of IMF (Ejecta?)
00009  2330	00009  2330	SBC		ACE
00010  2020	00010  2040	SBC		ACE
00010  2040	00011  1430	BzN		W/ACE	Interval period of a mainly northward IMF
00011  1340	00011  1340	IS		ACE	
00011  1900	00011  1900	PC		ACE	Possibly a slow reverse IS
00012  0200	00013  0023	HSS		W/ACE	
00014  0000	00015  0016	BzN		ACE	Interval period of a mainly northward IMF
00017  0000	00017  0000	SBC/MISC	ACE	Interplanetary magnetic field Tangential Discontinuity at SBC
00018  0800	00019  1700	LSS		ACE	A record low solar wind speed of 250km/s was observed on 1/19/2000
00019  0400	00019  1200	BzN		ACE	Time interval of approx. completely northward IMF & low Tp (Ejecta?)
00019  2220	00019  2220	SBC		ACE
00020  0200	00020  1900	BzS		ACE
00021  1900	00023  0200	BzS		ACE/W
00022  0023	00022  0023	IS		ACE	Shock possiby driven by a H-CME on Jan 18, 2000 
00022  1750	00023  0200	MISC		W/ACE	Region of smooth and intense IMF, possibly Ejecta related 
							to H-CME on Jan 18, 2000 
00023  0200			BzN		W/ACE
00027  1356	00027  2322	IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Strong corotating compression region between slow and high speed SW streams
00027  1500	00027  1500	IS		W	1356UT at ACE
00027  2322	00027  2322	IS		ACE	Fast reverse shock
00027  2322	00032		HSS		W/ACE
00030  1830	00030  1830	IS		ACE
00036  1450	00037  0530	IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE
00036  1450	00036  1450	IS		ACE
00037  0500	00037  0530	PC		ACE	
00037  0530	00040		HSS		W/ACE
00042  0233	00042  0233	IS		W	0220 UT at ACE
00042  1640	00042  2050	BzN		W/ACE	Possibly part of ejecta and/or IMC
00042  2328	00042  2328	IS		W	2319 UT at ACE. A very strong shock, possibly related to Halo CME
							Halo CMEs were observed on Feb. 9 and 10, 2000
00044  1000	00045  1000	HSS		W/ACE
00045  0718	00045  0718	IS		W	0655 UT at ACE
00045  0655	00045  1700	EyC		W/ACE	Multiple EyCs
00045  0800	00045  1400	SBC		W/ACE	Multiple SBCs
00046  0700	00046  2300	SBC/EyC		W/ACE	Multiple SBCs and EyCs
00047  0800	00049  0800	BzS		W/ACE	Time period of a mostly southward orientation of the IMF
00051  2100	00051  2100	IS		W	At ACE at 2040 UT. 
							Strong IP shock, possibly related to full halo-CME on Feb 17, 2000
00052  0200	00053  1400	PC/MISC		W/ACE	Ejecta signatures
00052  1300	00053  1220	IMC/BzN		W/ACE
00054  1200     00055  1408	IR/PC/EyC	W/ACE	A near monotonic rise of the solar wind speed from 400 to 800 km/s
00054  1400	00054  1400	SBC		ACE
00055  1408	00055  1408	IS		ACE	IR related Reverse fast shock, spike in keV shock energized particles
00055  1408	00060  1940	HSS		W/ACE	Is this the fifth time does it recur with a 27 days period?
00060  1940	00060  1940	SBC		ACE	SBC at tangential discontinuity
00061  0300	00062  0300	BzS		W/ACE	Average/low density interval with start solar wind speed >500 km/s. Ejecta?
00062  0245	00062  0300	SBC		ACE
00066           00068  1200	MISC		W/ACE	Approx 450 km/s solar wind with signatures/features of a HSS
00068  1200	00070  0430	MISC		W/ACE	low proton beta region, monotonic decrease of the solar wind speed
00070  1000	00072  0200	BzS/MISC	W/ACE	Interval of low to extremely-low solar wind mass flow at Earth
00072  0200	00072  1500	PC/EyC/SBC	W/ACE	Possible slow-fast stream-stream IR
							Interval contains multiple large PCs, solar wind velocity changes, and 
							above average magnetic field. 
							Complex, long lasting, IP Type II radio burst maybe associated to this event
00073  0530	00073  2100	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Interval overlaps with extended period of low proton density
00075  0200	00077  1200	LSS		W/ACE	The initial part of the interval has a very low momentum flow solar wind
00076  2050	00076  2050	SBC		ACE	
00076  2350	00076  2350	SBC		ACE	back to previous polarity
00077  0200			SBC		W/ACE	Multiple SBCs
00077  1400	00078  1200	MISC		W/ACE	Interval of below average solar wind plasma flux intensities
00078  0000	00078  1400	LSS		W/ACE	Solar wind velocity reaches below 280 km/s
00078  2200	00079  1800	BzS		W/WAVE
00079  0200	00079  1300	MISC		W/ACE	Possibly Ejecta interval
00079  1800	00080  0800	BzN		W/ACE	Interval of mostly northward IMF
00082  0600	00083  0200	EyC/PC		W/ACE
00082  1100	00082  1800	CIR		W/ACE
00082  1754	00082  1754	IS		ACE	Reverse (R) IP shock
00082  1800	00086		HSS		W/ACE	On DOY 84 the SW speed reaches steady values of above 700 km/s 
00084  0500	00087  1400	MISC		W/ACE	Start of longlasting low Np region
00088  1550	00088  1550	PC		ACE	A (weak) compression of the day-side magnetosphere follows ~40 minuntes later
00088  1200	00089  1200	MISC/PC		W/ACE	Possibly ejecta, interval contains times of extremly low SW density
00089  1900	00090  0030	SBC/EyC/PC	W/ACE
00090  1500	00091  		BzS		W/ACE	Period of predominantly BzS
00091  0300	00091  0300	SBC		ACE	  
00093  1900	00094  1500	BzS		W/ACE
00094  2100	00096  1000	BzS/BzN/EyC	W/ACE	Extended alternating interval of predominantly out of the ecliptic IMF
00097  1627	00096  1627	IS		W	Possibly a shock related to a  Halo CME on April 4, at ACE at 1605; 
							This event (Strong IP shock) driven by ejecta is also possibly
							related to a C9.4 flare, 1745UT April 4, 2000)

00097  1700	00098  0700	BzS/BzN/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Strongly geoeffective sheath region, ejecta related, 
                                                        preliminary Kp > 7 for 9 consecutive hours
00098  0700	00099  0600	MISC		W/ACE	Interval shows ejecta signatures, and an initial SW speed > 600 km/s
00098  0916	00098  0916	IS		W	0825 at ACE; Reverse fast IP shock, with spike in MeV shock energized particles
00099  1800	00101  1100	HSS		W/ACE
00100  0900	00101  0600	BzS		ACE
00102  2200	00103  1200	BzS		ACE
00104  0400	00106  0700	BzS/BzN/MISC	ACE	Mostly smooth variation of above average Sun-Earth oriented IMF (Ejecta?) 
00105  0000	00106  2000	LSS		W/ACE   Interval with solar wind speed reaching below 280 km/s in April 15 after
							a possible SBC 
00106  0700	00106  0700	SBC		ACE
00108  0400	00108  0940	IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE
00108  0940     00108  0940	IS		ACE	R fast IP shock low-fast stream-stream interaction region
00108  0940     00112		HSS		W/ACE	A weakened recurrent HSS, top velocities below 650 km/s
00111  2000	00112  0400	MISC		W/ACE	Interval of a mostly radial oriented IMF
00115  0400			IR		W/ACE
00115  0400	00115  1300	EyC/BzS		W/ACE	Possibly ejecta interval
00115  0850	00115  0850	IS		ACE	Shock may be related to 2113 UT AR 8966 (S23W45) m type II radio bursts
00116  1600	00116  2200	MISC		W/ACE	Interval of a mostly radial oriented IMF
00118  0930	00118  0930	SBC		ACE
00119      	00121		MISC		W/ACE	Possibly Alvenic solar wind interval with a speed of ~400 km/s
00121  0500	00121  1100	BzN		W/ACE
00121  1700	00121  2240	BzN		W/ACE
00121  2145	00121  2145	PC/EyC		ACE	Possibly magnetic tangential discontinuity
00122  1346	00122  1346	PC		ACE	Possibly weak fast forward IS
00122  1400	00123  2300	MISC		W/ACE	Unusually low density region
00123  0900	00123  1300	IR/SBC/EyC	W/ACE	Low density interval, and in part very fast (solar wind V>900km/s) Ejecta?
00123  1045	00123  1045	PC/MISC		ACE	UNUSUAL MAGNETIC TANGENTIAL OR ROTATIONAL DISCONTINUITY
							WITH solar wind velocity change from approx 600 to 800 km/s
00123  1100	00123  2200	BzN		W/ACE
00123  2230	00123  2230	SBC		ACE	Possible magnetic tangential discontinuity at SBC (solar wind V~600km/s)
00128  1300	00128  1900	MISC		W/ACE	A possible ejecta interval
							(during interval there is hindrance to the flux of energetic particles)
00128  1800	00129  1600	BzN		W/ACE	Interval contains extended times of almost completely northward IMF 
00129  1500	00130  0500	BzS		W/ACE
00130  0000	00133  1400	LSS		W/ACE
00133  0000	00133  1400	BzS		W/ACE
00133  1430	00133  1430	SBC		ACE
00133  1400	00134  0800	IR/PC/EyC	W/ACE
00134  0425	00134  0425	PC		ACE	possibly slow forward IS
00134  0800	00134  1600	HSS		W/ACE	8th appearance of weakened HSS
00134  1600	00135  0130	MISC		W/ACE	Interval may contain ejecta
00135  2000	00135  2000	SBC		ACE
00136  1200	00138  0400	BzS/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Interval contains mostly: BzS, above average IMF and solar wind speed
00137  0410	00137  0900	SBC		W/ACE	Two SBCs
00137  2000	00138  0400	SBC		W/ACE
00139  0140	00139  0140	PC		ACE	possibly slow forward IS
00139  0500	00139  1200	MISC		W/ACE	Interval of an above average intensity IMF, mostly along the Sun-Earth line
00139  0810	00139  0810	PC		ACE     possibly slow reverse IS
00150  0600	00151  0140	IR		W/ACE
00151  0140	00151  0140	IS		ACE	Fast reverse IP shock at HSS
00151  0140	00153  1300	HSS		W/ACE	Associated IMF appears to be of negative polarity
00156  1425	00156  1425	IS		ACE	Moderately strong fast forward shock with magnetic field north
00156  2200	00157  2100	SBC		ACE/W	Multiple SBCs
00156  0400	00156  1920	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Also a low density interval
00157  0000	00157  2000	PC/BzS/BzN/EyC	W/ACE	A mainly low proton beta interval (it may contain ejecta)
00157  2000	00157  2000	PC/MISC		ACE	It could be a forward fast IS (if true, probably a very lateral impact!)
00157  1130	00158  0700	BzN/PC		W/ACE	Interval with multiple PCs and a predominantly northward IMF
00159		00160  09	IR/MISC		W/ACE	IR possibly associated to more than one polarity HSS interval
00160  0904	00160  0904	IS		W	0845 UT at ACE, related to H-CME, Type II sources may have been observe
							locally	
00160  0904	00160  1100	PC/EyC/IR	W/ACE
00160  1100	00163  1700	PC/MISC		W/ACE	Ejecta, possibly IMC, possibly more than one flux-rope
00161  0000	00161  2000	MISC		W/ACE	Strong IMF and mostly radial along Sun-Earth line
00161  1400	00162  2000	MISC		ACE	Low to very low solar wind density interval
00162  2000	00163  1700	BzS		ACE	Very extended interval of a southward IMF
00163  0720	00163  0720	IS		ACE	** Wind perigee pass **
00163  1242	00163  1242	IS		ACE
00163  1242	00163  2100	PC/EyC/BzS/BzN	ACE	Possibly IR
00163  1700	00163  2300	BzN		W/ACE
00166  0200	00166  2300	SBC/PC/EyC	W/ACE
00167  0100	00167  1220	IR		W/ACE
00167  1220	00167  1220	PC		W	A weak reverse fast IS?
00167  1220	00168  2000	HSS		W/ACE
00170  0400	00171  0400	BzS		W/ACE	Interval may contain ejecta
00170  1200			SBC		W/ACE	Interval with possible multiple SBCs
00172  0400	00172  1200	BzS		W/ACE
00175  1227	00175  1227	IS		ACE	Moderately strong fast forward IS
00175  1227	00176  0720	EyC/PC/IR	W/ACE
00176  0720	00176  0720	PC		ACE	Possibly reverse fast IS
00176  0630	00177  1800	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Possibly ejecta (low Tp interval)
00178  1000	00179  0000	MISC		W/ACE	Interval shows low Tp, it may contain a IMC
00179  0900			SBC/PC		W/ACE	Interval with multiple SBCs and sharp changes in the solar wind speed
00179  1100	00179  1220	MISC		ACE	Interval of a radial interplanetary magnetic field
00181  0730	00182  0130	MISC		W/ACE	Ejecta, possibly IMC
00181  1000	00186  1200	BzN		W/ACE	Interval of a predominantly northward IMF
00186  1200	00186  1200	SBC		ACE
00186  1200	00189  0400	BzS		W/ACE	IMF fluctuating but mainly southward (HSS related?)
00186  1200	00186  2000	BzS		W/ACE
00190  1300	00191  0000	BzS		W/ACE
00191  1830	00192  0000	BzS		W/ACE
00192  0320	00192  0720	BzS		W/ACE	Interval of an almost completely southward IMF
00192  0600	00192  0600	IS		ACE	A moderately strong fast forward IS
00192  1800	00193  0030	BzN		ACE
00192  1430			SBC		W/ACE	Interval appears to contain multiple SBCs
00193  0130	00193  1430	BzS/MISC	W/ACE	Interval of a mostly southward IMF, it contains a low proton beta region
00193  1124	00193  1124	IS		ACE
00193  1124	00193  2300	IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE
00193  2300	00195  0300	IMC		W/ACE	For the most part interval of an IMF oriented mainly along Sun-Earth direction
00195  0850	00195  1430	BzS		W/ACE	During this time interval IP B-field reaches above 25 nT, 
							and SW speed to 700 km/s
00195  0949	00195  0949	IS		W	0900 at ACE, fast forward IS
00195  1005	00195  1005	IS		W	0910 at ACE, strong fast forward IS while BzS, possibly driven by ejecta
00196  1539	00196  1539	IS		W	Strong fast forward IS, while BzS, possibly driven by ejecta
00197  1418	00197  1418	IS		ACE	Very strong fast forward IS, approx 28 hours from Sun to Earth
00197  1900	00198  2000	IMC		W/ACE	Biggest ejecta, at leading edge IMF, the BzS reaches less than -40 nT!, 
							and solar wind speed of more than 900 km/s
00198  0700	00201  2000	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	The observed interval of mostly BzN oriented IMF appears to be like a HSS
00201  1450	00201  1450	IS		ACE
00202  0000	00203  0400	BzS/BzN		W/ACE	Interval of more than 10 hrs of BzS followed by similar extension of BzN
							ending in extended interval of BzS
00202  0000	00202  1200	BzS		W/ACE
00202  1200	00202  2000	BzN		W/ACE
00202  2000	00203  0700	BzS		W/ACE
00203  2000	00203  2000	SBC		ACE	
00203  2000	00204  1800	BzS		W/ACE
00205  0000	00205  0800	SBC		W/ACE	Interval with mple SBCs
00205  0300	00205  1000	BzN		W/ACE
00205  1000	00205  2100	EyC		W/ACE	Interval with mple EyCs
00205  2000	00207  1200	BzN		W/ACE	Interval contains extended periods of almost totally northward IMF
00208  1800	00208  1800	IS		ACE
00208  2000	00209  0000	BzS		W/ACE
00209  0000	00210  1400	SBC		W/ACE	Interval with mple SBCs
00209  0400	00209  1900	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Interval of a low proton beta, possibly Ejecta
00209  1900	00210  1730	BzS/EyC/PC/MISC	W/ACE	Interval may contain ejecta material
00210  0639	00210  0639	IS		W	at 0540 UT at ACE, possibly in ejecta
00210  0910	00210  0910	IS		ACE
00210  1415	00211  0900	MISC		W/ACE	Possibly IMC or ejecta interval, mple flux-ropes?
00210  17  	00211  07  	BzN		W/ACE
00211  1750	00211  1750	SBC		ACE
00212  0000	00213  0000	MISC		W/ACE	Interval with possibly large amplitude low freq Afvenic waves
00213  1750	00213  1810	PC		ACE	Possible pressure pulse
00213  2100	00215  1300	BzS		W/ACE	BzS most of this time interval, with SW speed above average
00213  2200	00214  1800	MISC		W/ACE	A possible flux-rope (IMC?)
00214  1800	00222		BzS/EyC		W/ACE	Period of a fluctuating IMF with mostly southward orientation
00218  0000	00218  0800	PC/EyC/BzS	ACE	Possible an IR bw slow and fast SW streams, also IS possible  at ~0400UT
00223  0400	00223  2200	BzS		ACE	Interval may contain flux-rope, ejecta (IMC?)
00223  0510	00223  0510	IS		W	Ahead of ejecta?
00224  1851	00224  1851	IS		W	Approx at 1800 UT at ACE (inside ejecta?)
00225  0400	00226  2200	MISC/IMC/BzS/BzN W/ACE	Interval appears to be ejecta and contains an IMC
00227  2200	00227  2200	PC		ACE	Possibly fast forward IS
00232  1800	00237		LSS		W/ACE
00236  0000	00237  0000	MISC		W/ACE	Possibly ejecta (multiple flux-rope(s))
00236  0600	00236  2000	BzS		W/ACE
00236  0700	00236  0700	PC		ACE	Possibly IS
00236  2000	00237  0100	BzN		ACE	IMF mostly oriented North
00237  0100	00237  0700	EyC		ACE
00237  0700	00239  0600	BzN		W/ACE
00240  1700	00242  0900	IR		W/ACE
00242  0900	00245  2210	HSS		W/ACE
00245  2210	00245  2210	PC/EyC		ACE	Possibly a weak fast forward IS
00246  1200	00246  1900	BzS		W/ACE	Time interval may contain part of a magnetic flux-rope structure
00248  1300	00248  1300	IS		ACE
00248  1600	00248  2200	SBC		ACE	Interval of multiple SBCs
00248  2200	00249  1700	MISC		ACE	Interval with a IMF mostly along a Sun-Earth direction (ejecta-related?)
00250  1610	00250  1610	IS		ACE
00251  0000	00252  1200	BzS		ACE
00251  0400	00251  1600	PC/MISC		ACE	A mostly low proton plasma density (<= 1 part/cc) time interval
00252  1200	00253  1600	SBC		ACE	Interval of multiple SBCs
00252  2000	00253  0200	BzN		ACE
00257  1830	00257  1830	SBC		ACE	
00258  1100	00258  0330	BzS		ACE
00259  0300	00259  1630	BzN		ACE
00259  0400	00259  0400	IS		ACE	ACE at L1, same IS is seen later by W (possibly related to H-CME on 9/12/00)
00259  0428	00259  0428	IS		W	W at Y_GSE = -230 RE. It seems to be the same IS seen by ACE at 0400 UT
00259  1630	00260  1800	MISC/BzS	ACE	IMF lines appear drapped. Sheath region field lines surrounding ejecta?
00260  1800	00261  0000	EyC/BzS/BzN/BzS ACE
00261  0000	00261  1100	BzN		ACE	Interval of a mostly northward IMF
00261  1540	00261  1900	BzN		ACE	Interval with periods of intense IMF
00261  1700	00261  1700	IS		W	1700 at ACE?, strong field compression while BzN
00261  1850	00261  1910	MISC/EyC	ACE	EyC at magnetic hole
00261  2320	00261  2320	SBC		ACE
00261  2320	00264		MISC		W/ACE	Possibly fast ejecta (Earth disturbances from mple. H-CMEs on Sept. 15-16?)
00261  2320	00262  0300	MISC		ACE	Flux-rope in very fast solar wind (speed>=800 km/s, possible IMC in ejecta)
00262  0100	00263  1200	BzN/MISC	W/ACE	Interval contains periods of a B-field almost totally northward
00263  1600	00263  2200	MISC		ACE	Interval of a magnetic field mostly aligned with the Sun-Earth direction.
00267  1345	00267  1345	SBC		ACE
00267  1345	00268  0210	IR/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Interval contains multiple EyCs and PCs (Y-GSE(WI) = -250 RE)
00267  1345	00268  0210	BzS		ACE	A mostly southward IMF (during extended slow-fast stream-stream IR)
00268  0210	00268  0210	PC		ACE	Possibly a (weak?) fast reverse IS
00268  0210	00272		HSS		W/ACE	(Wind location: approximately Y-GSE = -250 RE)
00271  1800	00273  0300	BzS		ACE	A mostly southward IMF (in part during HSS)
00273  1200	00275  1630	BzS/EyC/PC	ACE	Interval contains periods associated to moderate geomagnetic disturbances
00275  1900	00276  0430	BzN		ACE
00276  0530	00277  1500	BzS		ACE	Possibly ejecta after 10UT on Oct 3
00277  0010	00277  0010	IS		ACE
00277  1500	00277  1500	EyC/PC 		ACE	Possibly large tangential discontinuity
00277  1500	00278  1000	BzN/BzS		ACE	Possibly IMC
00278  0000	00279  0600	MISC/BzS	ACE	Interval may be part of ejecta
00278  1000	00278  1000	SBC		ACE
00279  0323	00279  0323	IS		W	0240 UT at ACE, geomagnetically effective IP shock
00279  0240	00279  1200	EyC/PC		ACE
00279  1600	00280  1000	MISC/BzS/BzN	ACE	Possibly flux-rope
00280  0000	00282  1000	BzN		ACE
00281  0930	00281  2000	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
00282  1100	00282  1600	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
00282  1600	00283  1600	BzN		ACE
00283  1440	00283  1500	SBC		ACE
00284  		00285  1200	SBC		ACE	Interval with mple SBCs
00286  2140	00286  2140	IS		ACE	strong IP shock
00286  2140	00287  1200	EyC/PC/BzS/BzN	W/ACE	Sheath region behind IP shock, ahead of ejecta
00287  1200	00288  1300	BzS		W/ACE	Possibly ejecta (IMC?)
00288  1300	00288  1300	SBC		ACE
00288  1300	00289  0800	IR		W/ACE
00289  0800	00291  1200	HSS/MISC	W/ACE	HSS of a mostly northward Bz field
00292  0800	00293  1200	SBC		W/ACE	multiple SBCs
00292  2100	00295  1300	BzN		ACE	IMF is mostly northward (structure seen also at Y_GSE(WIND) = -220?)
00296  0740	00296  0740	PC/SBC/MISC	ACE	SBC and PC at magnetic hole, 
							near strong, gradual increase in solar wind speed
00302  0545	00302  0545	IS		ACE
00302  0910	00302  0910	IS		ACE	Possibly related to Type II radio bursts on Oct 25-26, 2000)
00302  2130	00303  2220	BzS/MISC	ACE	Ejecta interval (possibly IMC, related to H-CME on Oct 25 [LASCO/SOHO])
00308  1200	00308  2400	LSS		ACE
00309  0221	00309  0221	IS		W	0150UT at ACE, Fast forward IS, moderately strong
00309  0150	00310  0800	IR/PC/SBC/EyC	W/ACE	Possibly LSS-HSS interaction (HSS related to coronal hole)
00311  0920	00311  0934	IS		W	0920UT AT ACE, Fast forward IS, possibly related to ejecta
00311  2300	00312  1800	IMC/BzS/BzN	W/ACE	
00312  1200	00313  0900	BzN		W
00315  0620	00315  0620	IS		W	0604UT at ACE location (strong shock, SEP associated, Sun-Earth connect?)
00315  1108     00315  1108     PC/MISC		W       possibly slow reverse IS + tangential discontinuity
00316  0300	00316  1300	BzN		W/ACE	Interval is dominated by HSS and contains a fast forward IS
00316  0413	00316  0413	IS		W	0400UT at ACE, possible related to Sun-Earth connection, flare at 16UT, Nov 9, 2000
00316  1000	00317  0700	BzS		W	Interval has a mostly soutward IMF
00319  0000	00321  1200	BzN		W/ACE	The IMF appears to be predominantly northward
00321  1200	00323  1400	LSS/BzN		W/ACE	The 1 minute average IMF appears to be mostly northward
00323  1400	00325  2000	BzS		W/ACE	The 1 minute average IMF appears to be mostly southward
00327  0200	00328  2200	BzS		ACE	The Bz_GSM component of the IMF is mostly southward
00328  0300	00329  0400	LSS		W/ACE
00328  1700	00329  1200	SBC		ACE/W	Interval with multiple SBCs
00329  1400	00329  1400	PC		ACE
00329  1400	00330  0600	MISC		ACE	Possibly a HSS (BzN during the first seven hours)
00330  0200	00331  0700	BzN		ACE/W	Most of the time interval shows a northward IMF orientation 
00331  0530	00331  0530	IS		W	Fast forward shock seen at 5UT by ACE
00331  0700	00332  0900	SBC/EyC/PC	W/ACE	Interval with multiple SBCs, PCs, EyC
00331  1115	00331  1115	IS 		ACE	Fast forward shock, possibly Sun-Earth connection related
00331  1900	00332  1130	MISC 		ACE/W	Multiple intervals of intense IMF [>20nT], solar wind speed above 600km/s,
							possibly related to multiple halo-CMEs observed on Nov 23 and 24, 2000
00332  0800	00333  0240	MISC		W/ACE	Low proton temperature region, above average solar wind speed, ejecta?
00332  2000	00332  2010	SBC		ACE	
00332  2010	00333  0810	BzS/MISC	ACE/W
00333  0240	00333  0240	SBC		ACE
00333  0450	00333  0450	PC		ACE	Possibly weak fast forward IS during BzS (Geomagnetically effective)
00333  0450	00333  1130	EyC/PC		W/ACE	Multiple EyCs due in part to sharp changes on the magnitude of the IMF 
00333  1010	00333  1130	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
00333  1130	00333  1130	MISC		ACE	Tangential discontinuity (IMF)
00333  1130	00333  1400	BzS		W/ACE
00333  1800	00334  1800	MISC/BzS/PC	W/ACE	Interval appears to have low beta-proton value, IMF is mostly southward
00334  0310	00334  0310	PC/MISC		ACE	Possibly fast forward IS 
00334  0525	00334  0525	PC/MISC		ACE	Possibly fast forward IS
00334  2100	00335  0000	SBC		W/ACE	SBC occurs sometime within the interval (may be multiple SBCs)
00334  2200	00335  0200	BzN		ACE	A mostly northward IMF interval
00335  0200	00335  0200	SBC		ACE
00336  1600	00337  0500	MISC		W/ACE	A very low plasma density interval with IMF mainly in Earth-Sun direction
00338  0400	00338  0400	IS		W	At ACE at approximately 0320UT (WI at Y_GSE = 153 RE)
00339  0600	00340  1040	BzS		ACE	Interval possibly includes ejecta
00340  1100	00340  2300	MISC		ACE	Interval of a nearly radial solar IMF (negative polarity; toward Sun)
00343  0010	00343  0010	IS		W	
00343  0100 	00343  1205	IR/MISC		ACE	At WI Bz fluctuates after IS (Y_GSE(WI)= 180 RE) later northward IMF in IR
00343  1218	00343  1218	IS		W	1205 UT at ACE, possibly quasi-parallel fast reverse interplanetary shock
00343  1205	00346  12	HSS		W/ACE	At WI Bz fluctuates S-N (Y_GSE= 180 RE), predominantly northward IMF at ACE
00351  0300	00351  13	LSS/MISC	ACE	Also a low density interval
00351  1230	00353		BzS		ACE	Almost uninterrupted interval of BzS, average plasma density,
							and below average SW speed
00351  2000	00351  2000	SBC		ACE
00355  1200	00356  1130	LSS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(WI) = 230 RE; Interval, in part with average or 
							below average dense solar wind
00356  1302	00356  1302	PC		W	1057UT at ACE, possibly weak quasi-parallel fast forward IS
00356  1400	00357  2200	SBC		ACE	Possibly multiple SBCs
00356  1600	00357  1800	BzS		W/ACE	IMF shows a southward orientation for most of the interval
00357  0140	00359  1800	LSS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 235-242 RE
00357  1950	00357  1950	PC		W	1815UT at ACE, in LSS, possibly weak fast forward IP shock or fast magnetosonic wave 
00357  2200	00358  1200	BzS/PC/MISC	W/ACE	Ragged magnetic field and SW structure (3 times average IMF) in LSS, ejecta?
00358  1630	00358  2030	BzN		ACE	At Wind IMF nortward only from approx 1830 to 2230
00358  2030	00359  0700	BzS		W/ACE
00358  2120	00358  2230	SBC		ACE	Interval with possible, multiple SBCs
00358  2245	00358  2245	MISC		W	Magnetic hole
00358  2245	00359  0930	MISC		W	Possibly small IMC (ejecta?)
00359  0930	00360  0930	BzN		W	At ACE from 17UT on Dec 24 to 1330 UT on Dec 25
00360  0000	00360  0700	BzN		W/ACE	Interval of intense IMF (up to approx. 17 nT)
00360  0100	00360  1500	SBC		W	Possible multiple SBCs
00360  1200	00360  1400	SBC		ACE
00360  1500	00361  0000	BzN		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 242 RE, interval starts at 13UT at ACE
00361  0400	00361  1600	BzN		W/ACE	For the interval Y_GSE(Wind) = 240 RE
00361  1830	00362  1100	BzN		ACE
00362  1100	00363  0100	EyC/BzS		ACE
00363  0000	00364  1300	SBC/MISC	W/ACE	Interval with low density and possible multiple SBCs
00366  1400	00366  1800	MISC		ACE	IMF orientation is mostly along the Sun-Earth direction
00366  1800	01001  1000	BzS		ACE
00366  2100	01002  2100	LSS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
00366  2330	01001  1300	BzS		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01001  1500	01001  2100	MISC/EyC/PC	W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, interval with multiple magnetic holes, PCs, EyCs
01001  2000	01002  0800	BzS		ACE
01002  1308	01002  1308	IS 		W	1245 UT at ACE,  in LSS interval, Y_GSE(W) = 250 RE,
							possible fast mode MHD wave (or weak fast forward IS)
01002  1300	01002  1300	MISC		ACE	Possible magnetic tangential discontinuity (TD)
01002  2100	01002  2100	PC/EyC/MISC	W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, possibly reconnection near, at magnetic hole
01003  0000	01003  0600	BzS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01003  0600	01004  1500	SBC/PC/EyC	W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, multiple SBCs, PCs, and EyCs
01003  1230	01003  1300	EyC/SBC		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01003  1300	01003  2200	BzN		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01003  2200	01004  0300	BzS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01004  0800	01004  2300	MISC		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, interval with possible multiple low freq MHD waves
01004  1200	01007  1200	BzN		ACE/W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, extended interval of mostly nortward oriented IMF
01008  0600	01008  1600	BzN		ACE
01008  1800	01008  2200	BzS/PC		ACE
01008  2100	01008  2300	EyC/PC		ACE
01009  0550	01009  0610	SBC		ACE	Possibly multiple SBCs
01009  0610	01009  2100	BzS		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, Mostly BzS with fluctuating IMF
01009  2200	01009  2230	SBC		W/ACE	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, possibly multiple SBCs
01010  0500	01010  1300	BzN/BzS		ACE/W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE, smooth rot of the IMF from S to N and from Sun to away
01010  1300	01010  1630	BzS		ACE
01010  1610	01010  1610	IS		W	1520 UT at ACE, Y_GSE(Wind) = 250 RE
01010  1750	01010  2000	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
01010  2000	01010  2000	PC/MISC		ACE	PC at sharp magnetic tangential discontinuity
01011  0830	01011  0830	SBC		ACE
01011  0500	01011  0500	PC		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 244 RE, possibly a reverse fast mode MHD structure (IS?)
01011  1200	01012  2130	BzS		ACE
01011  1500	01011  2300	BzN		W	Y_GSE(Wind) = 244 RE
01011  2300	01012  1500	BzS		W
01012  0900	01013  0140	MISC		W/ACE	Possibly flux-rope interval (IMC, Ejecta?), with extreme low density 
							(Np<< 1part/cc)
01013  0231	01013  0231	IS		W	0140 UT at ACE,	Fast forward IS ends > 12 hours of very low proton density
							(Np)<1part/cc
01013  0330	01016		BzS		ACE	Interval of a mostly BzS IMF
01016  0500	01017  0200	BzS		ACE
01017  1200	01017  1600	SBC		ACE
01017  1530	01017  1533	PC		ACE	Possibly weak IS, Spike before shock in hundred's keV ions
01019  0800	01019  1340	MISC		ACE	Flux-rope structure
01019  1340	01019  1520	SBC/MISC	ACE	Large magnetic hole-like structure at possible SBC region
01023  1049	01023  1049	IS		W	1008UT at ACE, (Y-GSE(Wind) = 225 RE) possibly related to H-CME 
							approx 2115 UT, Jan. 20
01025  1400	01026  0800	BzS		ACE
01026  1200	01028  1200	LSS		ACE/W
01030  1300	01031  0800	MISC		ACE	Interval of slow rotating IMF, in part oriented along Sun-Earth line
01031  0750	01031  0750	IS		ACE	Shock may be related to halo CME, source possibly near Sun's west limb
01031  0800	01032  0800	BzS/EyC		ACE	Interval with mostly southward IMF, multiply EyCs, also PCs
01032  2000	01035  1200	MISC/SBC	ACE	Short lived multiple SBCs
01035  1800	01036  2045	LSS		W/ACE
01036  1510	01036  2010	SBC/MISC	ACE	Unusual large magnetic hole interval
01042  2230	01044  1400	SBC		ACE	Period with multiple SBCs
01043  1500	01043  1630	MISC		ACE	Interval contains magnetic hole(s)
01043  2050	01043  2050	PC		ACE	Possibly fast forward IS, start of IR?
01044  0340	01044  0340	PC		ACE	Possibly fast forward IS
01044  1600	01044  2200	BzS		W/ACE	
01044  1700	01045  0600	BzS		W/ACE   Y(WI_GSE) = 100 RE
01045  0630	01045  1320	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
01045  0630     01045  0730	EyC		ACE
01045  0730	01045  1730	BzS		ACE
01045  1730	01045  1730	EyC		ACE
01045  2110	01045  2110	PC		ACE	Possibly a slow reverse IS, end of IR?
01045  2110	01046  		HSS		W/ACE
01046  1200	01046  1400	MISC		ACE	Interval with interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) nearly in Sun-Earth direction
01046  1600	01047  1800	SBC		ACE/W	Interval shows multiple SBCs
01048  0100	01049		BzN/PC/EyC	ACE/W	Interval with IMF mostly in northward direction
01049  0200	01051  1200	LSS		W/ACE
01050  0800	01050  1900	BzN		ACE
01050  1140	01050  1220	SBC		ACE
01051  0050	01051  0050	PC		ACE	possibly fast forward IS
01051  0630	01051  1200	SBC		ACE	Interval with mple SBCs
01051  1200	01051  2150	BzN/MISC	ACE/W	During interval Wind in/out of the far magnetotail
01051  1640	01051  1815	PC/EyC/MISC	ACE	PCs and EyCs at interplanetary magnetic hole
01051  2110	01051  2340	MISC		ACE	Possibly magnetic flux-rope interval 
01052  0300	01052  0300	SBC		ACE
01052  0400	01052  1400	BzS		ACE
01052  1300	01052  1300	SBC		ACE
01053  1900	01054  0200	BzS		ACE
01054  0000	01055  0000	SBC		ACE	Multiple SBCs
01056  0000	01057  1806	LSS		W/ACE
01057  1806	01057  1806	PC		ACE	Possibly fast forward parallel IS
01059  0000	01059  1000	PC/BzS/EyC/MISC	W/ACE	Possibly slow-fast speed stream-stream IR
01059  1000	01060		HSS		W/ACE
01062  1040	01062  1040	IS		ACE
01063  0300	01064  0100 MISC/PC/BzS/SBC/EyC	ACE	Interval contains mple. EyCs, SBCs, PCs, possibly ejecta (IMC subinterval?)
01064  0100	01064  0300	MISC		ACE	Possibly extended magnetic hole interval
01064  0300	01064  2140	IR		W/ACE
01064  2140	01064  2140	IS		ACE	Fast reverse IS
01064  2140			HSS		W/ACE

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