Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer

The Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) was successfully launched into sun-synchronous polar orbit aboard Terra, NASA's first Earth Observing System (EOS) spacecraft, on December 18, 1999. MISR measurements are designed to improve our understanding of the Earth's environment and climate. Viewing the sunlit Earth simultaneously at nine widely-spaced angles, MISR provides radiometrically and geometrically calibrated images in four spectral bands at each of the angles. Spatial sampling of 275 and 1100 meters is provided on a global basis. The MISR FAQ and Observation Concept have more details about the MISR instrument. All MISR data products are available in HDF-EOS format, and select products are available in netCDF format.

Information for MISR-Versioning-V23

MISR Browse Tool, MISR L3 Web Data Browser, MISR Orbit Tool, MISR Path/Blocks Intersecting a Lat/Lon Box, MISR Plume Height Project

Disciplines:  
Collection Disciplines Spatial Temporal
MIL3MJTA_1
MISR Level 3 Global Joint Aerosol monthly product V001
Aerosols,  Clouds,  Radiation Budget Spatial Coverage:
(-90,90), (-180,180)
Longitude Resolution:
5 Degree
Latitude Resolution:
5 Degree
Horizontal Resolution Range:
500 km - < 1000 km or approximately 5 degrees - < 10 degrees
Temporal Coverage:
2000-03-01 - 2017-05-31
Temporal Resolution Range:
Monthly - < Annual
Temporal Resolution:
Monthly
Collection Disciplines Spatial Temporal
RICMIRCM_3
MISR L1B3 Radiometric Camera-by-camera Cloud Mask Product subset for the RICO region V003
Aerosols,  Clouds,  Radiation Budget Spatial Coverage:
(-90,90), (-180,180)
Temporal Coverage:
2002-11-05 - 2004-11-26