Update #3: This is a reminder that the NDE System Upgrade will occur on Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Update #2: The NDE 2.0.35 release date has been postponed to February 15, 2023.

Update #1: Please note the NOAA-21 support of the ActiveFire and product will be REMOVED from this NDE release 2.0.35. 

Topic: NDE System Upgrade 

Date/Time Issued: February 1, 2023 2004 UTC

Product(s) or Data Impacted:  All NDE products

Date/Time of Initial Impact: February 15, 2023 TBD UTC

Date/Time of Expected End: February 15, 2023 TBD UTC

Length of Outage: 3 hours 

Details/Specifics of Change:

The February 15, 2023 installation of NDE release 2.0.35 is planned to occur while JPSS satellites are in back orbits. NDE will not be ingesting, processing or distributing data during installation. No data loss is expected, but there will be a possible backlog of processing when installation is complete.

New/Updated products included in this release are:

Operational Update of NOAA-21 ActiveFire and on NDE:

Impact on users: Yes

File names have changed to: 

ActiveFire and

New Filename



List of Scientific Changes:

None. NOAA-21 support is added.

Operational Update of S-NPP/NOAA-20 OMPS V8Pro on NDE:

Impact on users: Yes

File names have changed to: 


Current File name (NPP, NOAA-20)



New File Name (NPP, NOAA-20)




Current File name (NPP, NOAA-20)



New File Name (NPP, NOAA-20)



List of Scientific Changes:

This new version of the V8Pro has three major changes from the current v4r1. The first one is that the codes, scripts and initial tables are ready to process data from JPSS-2 OMPS. In particular, the matchup software for the OMPS Nadir Mapper with the OMPS Nadir Profiler can accept and aggregate the new higher resolution OMPS Nadir Mapper FOVs. The second one is in improvements to the forward model where the interpolations in wavelength are used to generate estimates of the broadening of the bandpasses. The third one is the use of new soft calibration adjustment tables. The largest changes with these tables are for the NOAA-20 tables where they now adjust the results to give better agreement with S-NPP retrievals as the final step in the NOAA-20 V8Pro EDR advance to validated maturity.