The Space Physics Interactive Data Resource (SPIDR) is designed to allow a solar
terrestrial physics customer to intelligently access and manage historical space
physics data for integration with environment models and space weather forecasts.
SPIDR is a distributed network of synchronous databases and 100% Java middle-ware servers
accessed via the World Wide Web.
2012-03-13T21:06:21 SPIDR 220.127.116.11 Released
Maintenance Release. Corrects some inconsistencies in the cataloging web service(s) relative to stations/datasets that have varying names across cadences. For example, geom data uses 'AAA' for minute and hourly data, and 'AAA1' for yearly data. All cadences support the true station name now.
2012-01-26T20:12:22 SPIDR 18.104.22.168 Released
Maintenance Release: Includes some bug fixes for the RESTful API catalog service. A small fraction of data sets were being omitted from the catalog service's XML output.
2011-10-05T22:12:26 SPIDR 5.5.4 Released
Feature Release: Includes new DMSP dataset and interface for data from the McMurdo ground station.