Comparison of Scalar Magnetic Field Data of China Seismo-Electromagnetic Satellite and Swarm Bravo Satellite

Zhang Jianing, Cheng Bingjun*, Tong Yuqi, Miao Yuanqing, Zhou Bin, Pollinger Andreas, Zhu Xinghong, Yang Yanyan, Gou Xiaochen, Zhang Yiteng, Wang Jindong, Li Lei, Magnes Werner, Lammegger Roland, Zeren Zhima, Shen Xuhui

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Based on the in-orbit magnetic field data of the China Seismo-Electromagnetic Satellite (CSES) and Swarm satellites, some research studies on the data consistency cross comparison were carried out. The condition applied is that two satellites pass by in a relatively short period of time and through the spatial location at a relatively close range, and different spatial-temporal scale standards were set, combined with the Kp index to screen for geomagnetic quiet periods. Then, with the help of the CHAOS model, indirect analysis was realized. Furthermore, the difference between the in-orbit data and model value was visualized, and the phenomenon and possible reason for data variation with time and geomagnetic latitude variation were analyzed. These analysis results are displayed in this study, which may evaluate the reliability of the satellite magnetic field detection data and the consistency of multiple satellite detection results and provide a methodological reference for carrying out similar evaluation and analysis subsequently.

Original languageEnglish
Article number866438
JournalFrontiers in Earth Science
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 2022


  • China Seismo-Electromagnetic Satellite
  • cross comparison analysis
  • magnetometer
  • scalar magnetic field
  • Swarm Satellites

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Earth and Planetary Sciences


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