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by LP DAAC - lien
Fri Jun 07, 2024 4:34 pm America/New_York
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Question: Missing MOD16A2 data.
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Re: Missing MOD16A2 data.

The MOD/MYD16A2 is considered a temporary product as a place holder for the MOD/MYD16A2GF. The MOD/MYD16A2GF is recommended by the MODIS Science team to use instead of the MOD/MYD16A2 whenever possible. Please see the note below which goes into greater detail about the issue: The MOD16A2GF will be g...
by LP DAAC - lien
Fri Jun 07, 2024 10:46 am America/New_York
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Question: Missing MOD16A2 data.
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Missing MOD16A2 data.

Why are there only the most recent 3 years of the MOD16A2 available, when other MODIS producta go back to February of 2000?
by LP DAAC - lien
Tue May 14, 2024 3:19 pm America/New_York
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Question: Which time zone does the ECOSTRESS team use for ProductionDateTime?
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Re: Which time zone does the ECOSTRESS team use for ProductionDateTime?

The time stamp on both acquisition and processing of all Ecostress products are given in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Thanks,
LPDAAC
by LP DAAC - lien
Tue May 14, 2024 3:15 pm America/New_York
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Question: Which time zone does the ECOSTRESS team use for ProductionDateTime?
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Which time zone does the ECOSTRESS team use for ProductionDateTime?

We recently had a user write in wondering what time zone was used for the ProductionDateTime of the ECOSTRESS Tiled Land Surface Temperature and Emissivity Instantaneous L2 Global 70 m V002 dataset.
by LP DAAC - lien
Fri Apr 26, 2024 3:28 pm America/New_York
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Question: MODIS Data Processing Program
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Re: MODIS Data Processing Program

Hi, There really is no way that we know to definitively ascertain which of the 8 daily MOD09 granules was used in the specific 8 day granule that they coincide with. You can try and deduce it from the different ancillary pointer files but there really is no guarantee that will be accurate. Thanks, B...
by LP DAAC - lien
Tue Apr 16, 2024 2:43 pm America/New_York
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Question: MODIS Data Processing Program
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Re: MODIS Data Processing Program

Hi @zhooukee It is a priority to use the observation that makes up the largest percentage of a given Sinusoidal gridded MODIS pixel. Each MODIS tile is geographically fixed. So, by that I mean any given pixel from any gridded Sinusoidal product from any day or temporal range will have the exact uppe...
by LP DAAC - lien
Thu Apr 11, 2024 10:08 am America/New_York
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Question: VIIRS C2 Surface Reflectance products availability
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Re: VIIRS C2 Surface Reflectance products availability

Hi Javier,
Sorry about the delays with the V002 processing. They are aware of the gaps and we continue to get the data, but it has been extremely slow going. Unfortunately, we really do not have a timeline for completion. Thanks for your patience.
Brett
by LP DAAC - lien
Thu Apr 11, 2024 10:03 am America/New_York
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Question: MCD19A3D has only 2 layers with NBAR when downloaded
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Re: MCD19A3D has only 2 layers with NBAR when downloaded

Hi CB,
Sorry about that, for some reason the MCD19 temporarily fell off the Earthdata Search, all but the NRT MCD19 data. That has since been resolved. Please try it again and let me know if it still is being a pain.
Thanks,
Brett
by LP DAAC - lien
Thu Apr 11, 2024 9:31 am America/New_York
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Question: MCD19A2 v061 Data Unavailable
Replies: 3

Re: MCD19A2 v061 Data Unavailable

Hello,
If you have not, could you try it again. The registration was temporarily lost, but it is back online now.
Thanks for your patience.
Brett
by LP DAAC - lien
Thu Apr 11, 2024 9:28 am America/New_York
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Question: post-processing is not available
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Re: post-processing is not available

Hello, You can process the data before downloading using our AppEEARS tool: https://appeears.earthdatacloud.nasa.gov Please note that 2023 and 2024 are not available yet, it is a yearly product so 2024 will not be available till 2025, and 2023 should be available in the very near future. Thanks, Brett