Data from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer-3 (AVHRR-3) on board the Eumetsat Polar System (EPS) MetOp-B satellite.
AVHRR-3 scans the Earth's surface in six spectral bands in the range of 0.58-12.5 microns, to provide day and night imaging of land, water and clouds and measurements of sea surface temperature, ice snow and vegetation cover. The instruments were provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and is flown on the EPS-METOP series of satellites.
The NEODC currently archives the L1B data, which were acquired directly from EUMETSAT.
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The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR/3) is one of the complement of American instruments provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to fly on MetOp-A, B and C.
The AVHRR/3 scans the Earth surface in six spectral bands in the range of 0.58 - 12.5 microns. It provides day and night imaging of land, water and clouds, measures sea surface temperature, ice, snow and vegetation cover. [ref: www.esa.int]
The AVHRR-3 data stored at the NEODC are freely available to registered NEODC users, who are obliged to respect EUMETSAT's copyright into the archived data and products. For further information visit the EUMETSAT website.
- Register as a NEODC user. If you already are a NEODC registered user, skip this step. If you have forgotten your NEODC user ID and/or password, please contact the NEODC helpdesk at email@example.com.
- Apply for access to the AVHRR-3 data. Application involves the agreement with the AVHRR-3 Conditions of Use
The data archived at the NEODC is received from Eumetsat and currently includes
- AVHRR-3 L1B data in EPS native format
Software is available, free of charge, which may assist you in viewing data from the AVHRR-3 instrument:
For any enquiries concerning the AVHRR-3 data held at the NEODC please contact the NEODC helpdesk