MISR data are processed and archived at the NASA Langley Research Center Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC). A MISR Order and Customization Tool
is available that enables users to order and customize data in a single interface. Some features are non-consecutive path and orbit search; and sorting search results by date, camera, path, orbit, and file version. Customization options are subsetting by parameter, block, and spatial coordinates; additional latitude and longitude layers, and unpacking and unscaling applicable fields; and output data in HDF-EOS stacked-block grid or conventional grid. The reformatting option, referred to as "Conventional HDF-EOS", is designed to be an easier-to-use alternative to MISR's stacked-block format. The interface currently supports two output formats:
Stacked-block HDF-EOS (original file format)
Conventional HDF-EOS grid
See FAQ on Customizing and Subsetting MISR products for more information.
MISR data are also available through Direct Data Download: https://asdc.larc.nasa.gov/data/
Another method to obtain MISR data is through the Earthdata Search Tool
. Tutorials for this ordering tool are available here.