LANCE AMSR-E Near-Real-Time Data Products from Aqua

In order to access these products directly via FTP, you must register for an account. Click the browse icon to the left of a product name for a sample browse image. Click the RSS feed icon for access to the RSS feed for the product.

[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua L2A Global Swath Spatially-Resampled Brightness Temperatures (Tb)
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua L2B Global Swath Ocean Products derived from Wentz Algorithm
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua L2B Surface Soil Moisture, Ancillary Parms, & QC EASE-Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua L2B Global Swath Rain Rate/Type GSFC Profiling Algorithm
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 Global Ascending/Descending .25x.25 deg Ocean Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 Global Snow Water Equivalent EASE-Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 6.25 km 89 GHz Brightness Temperature (Tb) Polar Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 12.5 km Tb, Sea Ice Conc., & Snow Depth Polar Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 25 km Tb and Sea Ice Concentration Polar Grids
[Click for a sample image] NRT AMSR-E/Aqua Daily L3 Surface Soil Moisture, Interpretive Parms, & QC EASE-Grids

Datacasting RSS feeds are now available

The GHRC is pleased to offer RSS feeds for each of the Near-Real-Time data products. Click an RSS link for a direct download, or add the URL to your RSS reader. More information about Datacasting and how to subscribe to the JPL Datacasting Feed Reader can be found at http://datacasting.jpl.nasa.gov/.

System Redundancy

In order to provide for full system redundancy, the SIPS has implemented a second string ftp server at ftp://lance2.itsc.uah.edu. Users should obtain data from this location in the event that the primary LANCE ftp server ( ftp://lance1.nsstc.nasa.gov) is unavailable. Both strings are located on the UAHuntsville campus and managed by SIPS personnel, but are located in different buildings and connected to different networks. Redundant processing strings will greatly reduce the possibility of data being unavailable due to system outages.