NOTICE: Following the Terra Constellation Exit Maneuvers (CEMs) in October 2022 all MISR production is down, and MISR NRT processing is going to remain down for an unknown period of time, even after the primary production comes back online.
MISR NRT Data and Information
The Multi-angle Imaging Spectroradiometer (MISR) instrument aboard NASA’s Terra satellite views Earth with cameras pointed at nine different viewing angles. As the instrument flies overhead, each region of Earth's surface is successively imaged by all nine cameras in each of four wavelengths (blue, green, red, and near-infrared). In addition to improving our understanding of the fate of sunlight in Earth’s environment, MISR data can distinguish different types of clouds, aerosol particles, and surfaces. Data on cloud motion vectors (winds) and radiances are available through LANCE generally within 90 to 120 minutes of a satellite observation.
|MI1B2_ELLIPSOID_NRT.001||MISR Near Real Time (NRT) Level 1B2 Ellipsoid Data V001
|MI1B2_TERRAIN_NRT.001||MISR Near Real Time (NRT) Level 1B2 Terrain Data V001
|MI2TC_CMV_HDF_NRT.001||MISR Near Real Time (NRT) Level 2 Cloud Motion Vector parameters V001
|MI2TC_CMV_BFR_NRT.001||MISR Near Real Time (NRT) Level 2 Cloud Motion Vector parameters in BUFR format V001
|MI2AS_AEROSOL_NRT.001||MISR Near Real Time (NRT) Level 2 Aerosol Product. V001