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Accessing your data through the GES DISC web site may seem a little unfamiliar to you to these days, but we can assure you, your data is all still available. The location of the data in the online archive has not changed.

The GES DISC has implemented a new interactive interface to make finding data easier than ever. We've added features like searching by keywords, filtering by criteria such as measurements, processing level and spatial resolution, and sortable data columns so now you can fine tune your search results. To get you started we put together a Help document to introduce you to the new interface. If you have any questions about the new design please contact us using the Feedback link in the upper right-hand corner or contact the GES DISC Help Desk by sending email to gsfc-help-disc@lists.nasa.gov.

 Welcome to the EOS Aura Data Support Web Site at the NASA Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC). Aura is the EOS chemistry mission which aims to answer three important questions: is the ozone layer recovering, is air quality getting worse, and is the Earth's climate changing? Aura will continue the long term series of atmospheric chemistry measurements made by earlier missions. The Aura spacecraft operates in a 705 km sun-synchronous polar orbit, with an ascending equator crossing at 1:45 PM. The satellite carries four state-of-the-art instruments:


 

(Chart showing parameters measured by Aura.)

 

Data Access:
To order any of the OMI, MLS or HIRDLS data, please click on the "Data Access" link on menu bar.

 

Parameters Measured by Aura:

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Related Data:

Related atmospheric chemistry and dynamics data sets are available from the GES DISC, including UARS, TOMS, GOME, BUV/ SBUV/ SSBUV, LIMS, TOVS, and AIRS. Solar irradiance data from SORCE and UARS are also available.


Latest News

OMI NO2 data can help locate sources and estimate sizes of wildfires, such as these fires occurring in Portugal, observed in August 2016.
Sep 19, 2016 - OMI NO2 Reprocessed Data (Version 3.0) released

Full Set of Reprocessed Version 3.0 OMNO2 Standard Product available from the NASA GES DISC

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Two data views of Hurricane Gaston, August 30, 2016:  Cloud Top Temperature (left) and Precipitation Rate (right)
Aug 31, 2016 - More users sought for Blink UX - NASA DAAC study

Examining experiences with the use of data from multiple DAACs

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Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) Precipitation Est. (nighttime) and MODIS true-color data - an example of using data from multiple DAACs.  Data for 8/21/2016.
Aug 23, 2016 - Blink UX research will help the GES DISC improve the user experience

Study seeks GES DISC users for interviews and short survey

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Monthly zonal mean for January 2005 of MLS BrO observations for three datasets discussed in Millán et al. (2012).  Both ascending (mainly daytime) and descending (mainly nighttime) phases of the orbit are shown.
Aug 19, 2016 - BrO and HO2 pre-average radiances products

Data acquired by the Microwave Limb Sounder on the Aura satellite

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Certificate awarded to Kang et al. for the image selected to the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame. Their image displayed maps created with Giovanni of MODIS aerosol optical depth and cloud data over China.
Feb 23, 2016 - Announcing the 2nd Class of the Giovanni Image Hall of Fame

12 images selected for scientific interest and graphic presentation

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