Cluster : PEACE

The PEACE Experiment Home Page

A Plasma Electron And Current Experiment instrument can measure the three dimensional velocity distribution of electrons in a space plasma, for an energy range from a few electronvolts to about 30 kiloelectronvolts. A PEACE instrument is flying on each of the four Cluster II spacecraft, which were launched in the summer of 2000. The science phase of the mission officially started in February 2001. The mission is now usually referred to as Cluster rather than Cluster II. MSSL is the PI Institution for the PEACE instruments.

For Magnetospheric Scientists :


Cluster Workshops

Public Survey Data Plots (Various Cluster Instruments):

Data: Access and Analysis

PEACE Co-Investigator Team Resources

Cluster PEACE Operations History

Cluster Constellation History

General Information :

The Cluster Mission

The Cluster PEACE Instruments


Double Star PEACE:

The Double Star PEACE Home Page

For PEACE Operations Team:

Operations Team Resources (password required)


Mullard Space Science Laboratory Space Plasma Physics Group

MSSL Space Plasma Physics Web Pages


MSSL Home Page
By Andrew Fazakerley
Last updated on  21-Oct-2006 by Andrew Fazakerley