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by genecarlfeldman
Thu May 08, 2014 9:54 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: What is HICO?
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What is HICO?

All HICO data (2009 - present) are available from the OceanColor Web's multi-mission browser ( http://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi/browse.pl?sen=hi ).  By making the data available via this common interface, cross-mission searches are possible for all the ocean color data sets that we suppo...
by genecarlfeldman
Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:47 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: NASA OCRT Registration and Web Site Available
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NASA OCRT Registration and Web Site Available

Greetings. I hope everyone is well. The web site for the NASA Ocean Color Research Team Meeting is now live and can be found at: http://events.signup4.com/OCRT2014 The meeting venue and hotel is the Sheraton in Silver Spring (8777 Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring, MD 20910), just outside of Washingto...
by genecarlfeldman
Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:46 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: Ocean Optics 2014 registration and abstract submission is now open
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Ocean Optics 2014 registration and abstract submission is now open

Registration and abstract submission for the 2014 Ocean Optics Conference taking place in Portland, Maine, USA, from October 26 - 31, 2014 is open at www.oceanopticsconference.org.    On behalf of the Planning Committee, I invite you to review the conference topics and register. After registration, ...
by genecarlfeldman
Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:08 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: IMPORTANT: SeaWiFS and HICO updates
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IMPORTANT: SeaWiFS and HICO updates

Good Afternoon, Below are two very significant updates that we wanted to bring to everyone's attention. With my very best regards, gene 1) SeaWiFS Update: Following up on our recent announcement ( http://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/forum/oceancolor/topic_show.pl?tid=5080 ) regarding the agreement that ...
by genecarlfeldman
Thu Jul 11, 2013 11:22 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: IMPORTANT announcement regarding historical SeaWiFS data
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IMPORTANT announcement regarding historical SeaWiFS data

NASA and DigitalGlobe (and its predecessor companies GeoEye and ORBIMAGE) who operated the OrbView-2 spacecraft on which the SeaWiFS instrument successfully collected data from 1997 through the end of 2010, have reached an agreement that allows NASA to gain access to ALL SeaWiFS HRPT data that may h...
by genecarlfeldman
Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:37 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: it was fifteen years ago today....anniversary of the launch of SeaWiFS
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it was fifteen years ago today....anniversary of the launch of SeaWiFS

To all our Friends in the Ocean Color Community, On August 1, 1997, an Orbital Sciences Corporation's L-1011 aircraft carrying a Pegasus XL rocket took off from Vandenberg Air Force Base. Shortly afterwards, the rocket was released, the motor ignited and the SeaStar spacecraft carrying the SeaWiFS i...
by genecarlfeldman
Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:58 pm America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: Announcement of support for VIIRS evaluation products
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Announcement of support for VIIRS evaluation products

Dear Ocean Color Community: The Ocean Biology Processing Group is pleased to announce enhanced support for ocean color data products derived from the VIIRS instrument on the NPP-Suomi platform for evaluation by the ocean color community. Following on the recent release of SeaDAS 7 with VIIRS process...
by genecarlfeldman
Thu May 10, 2012 11:40 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: Goodbye Envisat ... and thank you
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Goodbye Envisat ... and thank you

the message below was sent on behalf of the envisat mission manager on 1 may 2012: Dear ESA data users, Just weeks after celebrating its tenth year in orbit, communication with the Envisat satellite was suddenly lost on 8 April. A team of engineers has spent the last month attempting to regain contr...
by genecarlfeldman
Tue Feb 15, 2011 9:57 am America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: the end of an incredible era
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the end of an incredible era

Folks, I am very sorry to have to report the news that after nearly two months of intensive research and numerous attempts at communication with the spacecraft, GeoEye has determined that the SeaWiFS mission is no longer recoverable. While this is certainly not the outcome that we were all hoping fo...
by genecarlfeldman
Mon Jan 24, 2011 12:59 pm America/New_York
Forum: Questions/Comments
Question: Quarterly Update from the Ocean Biology Processing Group
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Quarterly Update from the Ocean Biology Processing Group

Good Morning, The past year has been an incredibly busy and productive one for our group here at NASA/Goddard and we wanted to figure out a way that we could keep the community informed as to the work that we have done, the projects that we are involved with, any updates to the products and data dis...