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MISR Order and Customization Tool
The NASA Langley Research Center Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) and the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) MISR teams announce the release of a new and innovative tool for ordering and customizing MISR data products.|
This new MISR Order and Customization Tool provides a simple and intuitive
interface to search and customize MISR data products. The new interface
provides capabilities which enhance the ease of data usage.
Tool functionality includes:
* Search by date or orbit
* Search via geographical map, latitude/longitude coordinates or path
* Search for specific camera(s)
* Limit search results to latest file version
* Sort search results by date, path, orbit, camera, or file version
* Subset data by parameter
* Subset data via geographical map, latitude/longitude coordinates or block
* Add applicable latitude/longitude layers
* Unpack and unscale data values
* Output data in original or conventional HDF-EOS formats
The Tool was tested on Windows 2000, XP (IE 6, Netscape 8 and 7.2, Firefox 1.5, Opera 8.5, and Mozilla 1.7), Mac OS X (Netscape 7.2), and Linux (Mozilla and Firefox).
To provide you with ever-improving service and to ensure we are meeting your data ordering needs, we encourage comments and suggestions on the new MISR Ordering and Customization Tool.
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The Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) was successfully launched into
sun-synchronous polar orbit aboard Terra, NASA's first Earth Observing System
(EOS) spacecraft, on December 18, 1999. MISR measurements are designed to
improve our understanding of the Earth's environment and climate.
Viewing the sunlit Earth simultaneously at nine widely-spaced angles, MISR
provides radiometrically and geometrically calibrated images in four spectral
bands at each of the angles. Spatial sampling of 275 and 1100 meters is
provided on a global basis. The MISR instrument orbits the Earth about 15 times
each day. There are 233 distinct orbits which are repeated every 16 days. These
233 repeating orbits are called paths,and since the paths overlap, near global
coverage is obtained in 9 days
The MISR data products are available in HDF-EOS format.
ISO Topic Category
IMAGERY/BASE MAPS/EARTH COVER
Operating System |
- Windows 2000, XP
- Mac OS X
- Internet Explorer 6,
- Netscape 8 and 7.2,
- Firefox 1.5,
- Opera 8.5,
- Mozilla 1.7
- Netscape 7.2
If you do not have an EOS Data Gateway (EDG) account,|
please use the name 'guest'. Obtain account.
support-asdc at earthdata.nasa.gov
NASA Langley Atmospheric Science Data Center
User and Data Services
NASA Langley Research Center
Mail Stop 157D
Province or State:
Tyler.B.Stevens at nasa.gov
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Global Change Master Directory
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World Meteorological Organization (WMO). 1991. "Provisional daily
atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations as measured at (GAW) - BAPMoN sites for the year 1990", WMO/TD-No. 447. World Meteorological Organization, Geneva.
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