NOAA Office of Satellite and Product Operations

SPECIAL MESSAGE:

On Tuesday, December 6 at approximately 11 a.m.EST (1500 UTC), a planned web system upgrade will be performed. This will result in a brief delay of data on the GOES, SPSD and OSPO web sites for up to two hours. Some data will take longer to recover. Please see the related message, which has additional details, and watch http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/SATS/messages.html for additional information.

NOAA-15 Products

The MSPPS AMSU-B products (Rain Rate, Ice Water Path, Snow Cover, Snow Water Equivalent, and Snowfall) haven't been available since Sept 15, 2010 when the AMSU-B 183 moisture channels failed. As the NOAA-15 AMSU-B antenna scan motor stopped on March 28, 2011, there is no longer any valid data from all AMSU-B channels.


AMSU-A Products
Total Precipitable Water from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
Total Precipitable Water
(Descending)
Total Precipitable Water from NOAA-15, Ascending Orbit
Total Precipitable Water
(Ascending)
Cloud Liquid Water from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
Cloud Liquid Water
(Descending)
Cloud Liquid Water from NOAA-15, Ascending Orbit
Cloud Liquid Water
(Ascending)
Surface Temperature from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
Surface Temperature
(Descending)
Surface Temperature from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
Surface Temperature
(Ascending)
23.8GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Desending Orbit
23.8 GHz Emissivity
(Descending)
23.8GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Ascending Orbit
23.8GHz Emissivity
(Ascending)
31.4GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
31.4 GHz Emissivity
(Descending)
31.4GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Ascending Orbit
31.4 GHz Emissivity
(Ascending)
50.3GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Descending Orbit
50.3 GHz Emissivity
(Descending)
23.8GHz Emissivity from NOAA-15, Ascending Orbit
50.3 GHz Emissivity
(Ascending)
Sea-Ice from NOAA-15, Northern Hemisphere composite
Sea Ice
Northern Hemisphere
(N-15 composite)
Sea-Ice from NOAA-15, southern hemisphere composite
Sea Ice
Southern Hemisphere
(N-15 composite)