"The state information about your browse session has expired from our system. You will need to re-enter your search criteria if you wish to continue browsing. "
I have tried reentering a few times. I get cut off too early to place my order. I am confused about what I did to get this message.
The link I am on is https://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi/browse.pl?sub=level1or2list&per=MO&day=18353&prm=CHL&set=10&mon=18353&sen=amod@tmod@vrsn@vrj1&rad=0&frc=0&n=54&s=44&w=-24.2&e=-8.8&id=1590604805.1363&cn=54.99&cs=42.43&cw=-26.55&ce=-7.56&dnm=D&ndx=149&tog=1
maybe related - I recently removed cookies from OC and urs.earthdata.nasa.gov. I was having issues with the earthdata authentication and they recommended I remove the cookies.
I have tired this on firefox and chrome.
I get realtime subscription images, when they look promising coveragewise, I order the L2s. Because of earthdata authentication issues I fell behind. Now this.
Note I am not using the url at a template. It fails, sometimes reloading works or I would paste the url into a different browser application (I was trying different things). I just used the URL because it stored the search parameters.
id=1590672421.4999) should not be used in subsequent queries. It's used as a key to what amounts to a "server side cookie". subsequent sessions may land on a different backend server and not have access to this "cookie" which will result in the error you are experiencing.
I got the expired browse state after a query from scratch, no recycled URL. Worked fine for a day or so. Got any other scenarios that would pop the expired state message? I am not doing any thing new here- queries and ordering that I have done for years. No one else getting this message, I am the problem user?