As the direct broadcast data appears to be unaffected, an effort is underway to collect the raw Aqua data files captured by the global ground station network. While it may be challenging to piece together all this data into something resembling normal production, the EOS Data and Operations System (EDOS) is looking at various ways to ingest this data into the nominal 2-hour L0 product data sets. If successful, this will provide some coverage for the gap caused by this anomaly.
Efforts to compile as much direct broadcast data collected during the anomaly period continue.
https://airsl2.gesdisc.eosdis.nasa.gov/ ... .006/2020/
for days 230-245 will not be filled in. Or are they in a special "recovered data" location?
OB.DAAC - SeanBailey wrote:
> The effort to recover data lost during the Formatter/Recorder anomaly has
> completed. Approximately 29% of the global coverage was successfully
> recovered, mostly in the northern hemisphere, where there is a higher
> density of direct broadcast receiving stations. These data are now
> available for download.Regards,Sean
Yes, since Sean's message confirms that the recovery effort has been completed, your interpretation is correct. OBDAAC does not have a special location where recovered data is placed. It is routed to it's nominal location. Any gaps that remain in the data could not be recovered.