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1. Global Data Base of Monthly Mean Cloud and Surface Properties [ISCCPC1]
Global monthly means were obtained from ISCCP C1 data, which is available every 3 hours at 2.5 degree equal area spatial resolution. The monthly mean maps were replicated to a 2.5 degree square grid ...

2. GMS Original VISSR and Processed VISSR data archived at the Meteorological Satellite Center (MSC), Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) [GMS-VISSR-MSC-JWA]
GMS's VISSR data has been received and processed at the Meteorological Satellite Center (MSC), Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). VISSR data has been stored on magnetic tapes until February 1987. ...

3. Global Radiance and Cloud Data from the International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project (ISCCP-B and ISCCP-C) [ISCCPB_1262_501122_2101122_4082]
This data set contains visible and infrared radiance data from imaging radiometers (AVHRR, MIR, and VISSR) onboard several satellites (NOAA, GOES, GMS, METEOSAT), collected as part of the International ...

4. Past and Present Weather Data and Analysis Software from Unidata via WWW [UNIDATA]
"" Participation in the Unidata community allows users (primarily educators and researchers), to access data and visualization software to explore earth-system ...

5. Remotely Accessible Near-Real Time Imagery from Polar Orbiting and Geostationary Satellites [HAWAII_IMAGE_DATA]
Satellite receiving systems for the NOAA polar orbiting satellites and the Japanese GMS geostationary satellite have been installed in Honolulu. Visible and infrared images are available. The systems ...

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