Distribution analysis of energetic particles through NOAA Satellite

The analysis of energetic particles distribution using NOAA 15 satellite data was done by selecting time span about 5 days at low and high solar activities. This analysis gives information that at low solar activity condition the particle distribution from proton and electron was concentrated at north and south pole and small amount of them was distributed at equatorial regions with small fluxes of particles. At high solar activity conditions the particles

distribution reaches the equatorial regions with a high flux of particles. The solar activity enchanment at particular time can be used as reference for retracking the particles distribution at low earth orbit including predicted those distribution in a few days since solar activity enchanment occurred. This analysis is very important for placing the satellite in orbit including the operating satellite.