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  • The Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS), a Fourier transform spectrometer with 1305 spectral channels, will produce high-resolution, three-dimensional temperature, pressure, and moisture profiles. These profiles are used to enhance weather forecasting models, and to facilitate both short- and long-term weather forecasting. Over longer timescales, they will help improve understanding of climate phenomena such as El Niño and La Niña. As of 12 March 2013, this product includes cloud data from the VIIRS instrument onboard Suomi NPP. The VIIRS instrument has a 22-band radiometer similar to the MODIS instrument. It collects visible and infrared views of Earth's dynamic surface processes, such as wildfires, land changes, and ice movement. VIIRS also measures atmospheric and oceanic properties, including clouds and sea surface temperature

  • 1c level datas from HIRS sensor from METOP B satellite. Data contains 20 channels from 0,6 micron to 15 micron. Brightness temperature (°K) or albedo.

  • The IASI principal component scores product contains IASI radiance spectra (see the IASI GDS L1C), compressed by the Principal Component Analysis method. Calibrated and geolocated IASI observations in a combined product containing both 300 Principal Component Scores and 500 original IASI Channels, BUFR formatted. The main objective of the Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer (IASI) is to provide high resolution atmospheric emission spectra to derive temperature and humidity profiles with high spectral and vertical resolution and accuracy. Additionally it is used for the determination of trace gases such as ozone, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide and methane, as well as land and sea surface temperature, emissivity and cloud properties.

  • 1c level datas from AMSUA sensor from METOP A satellite. Data contains 15 channels from 23,8 Ghz to 89 Ghz. Brightness temperature (°K).

  • 1c level datas from MHS sensor from METOP A satellite. Data contains 5 channels from 89 Ghz to 190 Ghz for humidity detection. Brightness temperature (°K).

  • The IASI principal component scores product contains IASI radiance spectra (see the IASI GDS L1C), compressed by the Principal Component Analysis method. Calibrated and geolocated IASI observations in a combined product containing both 300 Principal Component Scores and 500 original IASI Channels, BUFR formatted. The main objective of the Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer (IASI) is to provide high resolution atmospheric emission spectra to derive temperature and humidity profiles with high spectral and vertical resolution and accuracy. Additionally it is used for the determination of trace gases such as ozone, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide and methane, as well as land and sea surface temperature, emissivity and cloud properties.

  • The Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS), a cross-track scanner with 22 channels, provides sounding observations needed to retrieve profiles of atmospheric temperature and moisture for civilian operational weather forecasting as well as continuity of these measurements for climate monitoring purposes. (CURRENTLY THE DATA ARE FOR EVALUATION ONLY)

  • 1c level datas from MHS sensor from NOAA 19 satellite. Data contains 5 channels from 89 Ghz to 190 Ghz for humidity detection. Brightness temperature (°K).

  • 1c level datas from HIRS sensor from METOP A satellite. Data contains 20 channels from 0,6 micron to 15 micron. Brightness temperature (°K) or albedo.

  • 1c level datas from AMSUA sensor from METOP B satellite. Data contains 15 channels from 23,8 Ghz to 89 Ghz. Brightness temperature (°K).