all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance

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all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance

by maxam » Thu Mar 21, 2024 2:59 pm America/New_York

Hello!
In the "Parameter Dictionary" indicates that all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance exists for the hourly time interval, but in the "data access viewer" it is not there. Please tell me how it is possible to download this parameter?

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Re: all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance

by LP DAAC - dgolon » Thu Mar 21, 2024 3:52 pm America/New_York

Hello @maxam to better help us find a SME or staff member to answer your question, could you please provide the name of the tool and/or dataset you are working with? Thanks -Danielle
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Re: all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance

by maxam » Fri Mar 22, 2024 12:01 am America/New_York

we are talking about NASA POWER and the "all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance data set for an hourly interval

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Re: all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance

by ASDC - David W. » Tue Apr 02, 2024 11:16 am America/New_York

Hi Maxam,

The hourly "all sky surface shortwave diffuse irradiance" is not available on the NASA POWER Data Access Viewer (DAV), but it is available through the NASA POWER API service. The link below is a template you can use to get the parameter at the hourly time resolution. You will need to change the latitude and longitude for your location, and the start and end time.

https://power.larc.nasa.gov/api/temporal/hourly/point?parameters=ALLSKY_SFC_SW_DIFF&community=SB&longitude=0&latitude=0&start=20170101&end=20170102&format=CSV

The following link is documentation on the NASA POWER API hourly data access.

https://power.larc.nasa.gov/docs/services/api/temporal/hourly/

Thank you,

David W.
NASA Langley ASDC Enabling Team

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