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by ASDC - ingridgs
Wed Apr 17, 2024 10:31 am America/New_York
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Question: GCMD URL sub-type
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Re: GCMD URL sub-type

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Thank you Scott!
by ASDC - ingridgs
Tue Apr 09, 2024 10:36 am America/New_York
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Question: GCMD URL sub-type
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GCMD URL sub-type

GCMD, I am very confused as to the difference between the following URL sub-types. PRODUCT HISTORY Definition: The URL for accessing a data set product version history. PRODUCTION HISTORY Definition: The URL for accessing data set production version history . Product version history refers to a hist...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Mon Feb 05, 2024 8:48 am America/New_York
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Question: Sample of Preliminary, Unvalidated TEMPO Data Products Now Available on Earthdata Search
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Sample of Preliminary, Unvalidated TEMPO Data Products Now Available on Earthdata Search

To help users become familiar with Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) data products, the Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) is releasing two weeks of preliminary, unvalidated TEMPO observations obtained during nominal operations from December 17-30, 2023, and eight days of c...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Tue Jan 02, 2024 1:22 pm America/New_York
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Question: Introducing NASA's Open Science 101 - Now Online!
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Introducing NASA's Open Science 101 - Now Online!

NASA just launched Open Science 101 , a comprehensive instructor-led program that helps researchers enhance Open Science skills and demonstrate proficiency when applying for NASA funds. Enroll now: http://go.nasa.gov/40pPQMx. Langley Research Center scientists who have contributed to the program and...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Fri Oct 06, 2023 9:04 am America/New_York
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Question: Publication URL subtypes
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Publication URL subtypes

Hello, I have two questions: 1) The Publication URL > VIEW RELATED INFORMATION > "Data Product Specification" keyword does not have a definition. Can you please add a definition? https://gcmd.earthdata.nasa.gov/KeywordViewer/scheme/rucontenttype/415cfe86-4d71-4100-8f35-6404caec1c91?gtm_key...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Tue Sep 26, 2023 10:57 am America/New_York
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Question: Compare the structure of two netCDF files at the command line
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Compare the structure of two netCDF files at the command line

"ncompare" tool: https://github.com/nasa/ncompare Problem: When creating or modifying Network Common Data Form (netCDF) files, there is often a need to evaluate the differences between an original, unmodified file and a new, modified file. In these cases, one often finds themselves manual...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Wed Sep 06, 2023 12:19 pm America/New_York
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Question: Add Long-Names to existing Instruments
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Add Long-Names to existing Instruments

Hello, Can you please add the long name for the following instruments to the "Long_Name" GOES N-P Imager GOES-14 Imager MMT gives me an error for the Long Name field because those instruments are not coded to have a long name. However, similar instruments do have long names. Screenshot 202...
by ASDC - ingridgs
Fri Aug 25, 2023 10:50 am America/New_York
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Question: NASA Shares First Images from the TEMPO Mission
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NASA Shares First Images from the TEMPO Mission

See the latest news about the TEMPO mission: TEMPO mission page at ASDC

For questions regarding data usage, please ask us on the Earthdata Forum.
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by ASDC - ingridgs
Fri May 05, 2023 9:33 am America/New_York
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Question: DSCOVR EPIC in the Washington Post
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DSCOVR EPIC in the Washington Post

An Earth picture photobombed by the Moon captured by NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera has made the Washington Post's list of "awe-inspiring views of Earth."

Click here to view "The Washington Post" article.
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by ASDC - ingridgs
Wed May 03, 2023 11:30 am America/New_York
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Question: Viewing "The Dark Side of the Moon" with DSCOVR EPIC
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Viewing "The Dark Side of the Moon" with DSCOVR EPIC

The far side of the Moon, known to the public as "The Dark Side of the Moon," is the lunar hemisphere that always faces away from Earth. "The Dark Side of the Moon" is not dark for NASA's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) instrument aboard the Deep Space Climate Observato...