North/South-separated <10nT magnetometer data from the 1994-2008 Ulysses space mission's samplings of polar solar winds, hourly averaged, non-decimated. The set also includes data from the WIND space mission, the WSO terrestrial observatory (solar Mean Magnetic Field), and the WSO solar Polar magnetic Field, all used in the same research project. The NOAA Solar Indices data (not included) were used for verification, see paper for details.


Real-Sun data for: Omerbashich, M. (2023) The Sun as a revolving-field magnetic alternator with a wobbling-core rotator from real data. J. Geophys. 65(1):48-77.

- The data are daily averages, except for Ulysses for which data are hourly averages (not decimated).
- Time series have different (arbitrary) temporal datums per data source (WSO MMF, WSO PF, ULYSSES, WIND).
- NS-combined and respective N- and S-separated time series have a common origin.
- note polar winds are dominated by the fast (>700 km/s) winds; Gauss-Vanicek method was used for spectral analysis and to separate data.