Data from: Superposed epoch analysis of the energetic electron flux variations during CIRs measured by BD-IES

Zefan Yin, Hong Zou, Yu Guang Ye, Qiu-Gang Zong & Yongfu Wang
The flux variations of energetic electrons is one of the most important topics to understand dynamic processes in the space environment and the forecast for high-energy electron burst. BD-IES, an imaging energetic electron spectrometer onboard a Chinese navigation satellite at an inclined geosynchronous orbit (IGSO), can provide 50-600keV electron flux data, which is used to investigate electron flux variations at GEO orbit during Co-rotating Interactive Region events (CIRs). The superposed epoch analysis is applied to...
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