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MIRADOR: An Interface for Searching, Browsing, and Ordering Earth Science Data At NASA
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Abstract: Mirador is a simplified interface for searching, browsing, and ordering Earth
science data at NASA Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services
Center (GES DISC). The interface allows users to search by keyword, location,
time span and event.
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