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We received the following response from the MISR Science Team:
We are testing the L1 software for the new orbit data.
Our current estimate is that the L1 data products will be available in the next few weeks, before the end of February.
You will be informed when we have a specific date when the L1 will become public.
It appears the MISR team is still working to update the MISR L1B Ellipsoid products. On Earthdata Search, the latest file I could find was from October 12, 2022. Someone will post an update here once the data is available.
NASA Langley ASDC DAAC Lifecycle
Any update on where to retrieve MISR L1B products after Oct 2022?
I could not locate them through the usual l0dup05.larc.nasa.gov website nor can I find an alternative way through search.earthdata.nasa.gov
Thank you in advance
The MISR team has been iterating on software changes required to process data acquired since the Terra orbit change and doing extensive testing of that software and analysis of the results. We are near the end of that process and there will be a formal announcement coming out in the next two weeks or so regarding the public availability of MISR data since October 2022. More details soon!