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Access near real-time products from the MODIS, OMI, AIRS, and MLS instruments in less than 3 hours from observation from LANCE.
LANCE provided NRT data from AMSR-E until the instrument stopped spinning on 4th October 2011. AMSR-E is currently not producing any data. AMSR2 information
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Use the table below to determine if available products meet latency (time between observation and availability to users) requirements in general or select the instrument for more on the products, latencies and associated information.
If data latency is not a primary concern, please consider using science quality products. Science products are created using the best available ancillary, calibration and ephemeris information. Science quality products are an internally consistent, well-calibrated record of the Earth’s geophysical properties to support science.
|AIRS||Radiances, Temperature and Moisture Profiles, Precipitation, Dust, Clouds and Trace Gases||75 – 140 minutes|
|MLS||Ozone, Temperature, Carbon Monoxide, Water Vapor, Nitric Acid, Nitrous Oxide, Sulfur Dioxide||75 – 140 minutes|
|MODIS||Radiances, Cloud/Aerosols, Water Vapor, Fire, Snow Cover, Sea Ice, Land Surface Reflectance, Land Surface Temperature||60 – 125 minutes (Latency excludes daily LSR)|
|OMI||Ozone, Sulfur Dioxide, Aerosols, Cloud Top Pressure||100 – 165 minutes (Latency excludes L3)|
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instruments, available in less than 3 hours from observation.
Download NRT products from instruments on board the Aura
Download NRT data for the following Hazards and Disasters/application areas: Air Quality
, Ash Plumes
, Dust Storms
, Severe Storms
, Smoke Plumes
, and Vegetation
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Download global MODIS fire locations in a variety of easy to use formats.
Download science quality products if data latency (time between observation and availability to users) is not a primary concern. Science products are created using the best available ancillary, calibration and ephemeris information.
Utilize a RSS/GeoRSS-based technology for distributing Earth Science data.
Download near real-time data from external sites including ocean and climate research data via the PO.DAAC web portal, Direct Readout Laboratory, AMSR2 and Suomi NPP.