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Odin SMR data products

How To Access Data

External Data (Restrained)

  1. Go to the Odin-SMR Project Portal
    1. Odin-SMR Level 1 in JSON format
    2. Odin-SMR Level 2 as NetCDF files
    3. Odin-SMR monthly Level 2 as NetCDF files derived from L2 v3.0 data
  2. Follow the steps described on the website to access the data.
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Description

The latest Odin Sub-Millimetre Radiometer (SMR) datasets have been generated by Chalmers University of Technology and Molflow within the Odin-SMR Recalibration and Harmonisation project, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) to create a fully consistent and homogeneous dataset from the 20 years of satellite operations. The Odin satellite was launched in February 2001 as a joint undertaking between Sweden, Canada, France and Finland, and is part of the ESA Third Party Missions (TPM) programme since 2007.

The complete Odin-SMR data archive was reprocessed applying a revised calibration scheme and upgraded algorithms. The Level 1b dataset is entirely reconsolidated, while Level 2 products are regenerated for the main mesospheric and stratospheric frequency modes (i.e., FM 01, 02, 08, 13, 14, 19, 21, 22, 24). The resulting dataset represents the first full-mission reprocessing campaign of the mission, which is still in operation.

Details

DATA SET SPECIFICATIONS

Digital Object Identifier (DOI):
Spatial coverage:
90 N, -90 S, -180 W, 180 E
Temporal coverage:
2001-02-01 - present
Date of launch:
2001-02-20
Operators:
OHB
Mission status:
Ongoing
Orbit height:
620 km
Orbit type:
Sun-synchronous
Current Processor Version:
Level 1: v8.0 Level 2: v3.0 Level 2 Monthly data:v1.0
Wavelengths:
FIR (15.0 - 1000 µm)

PROCESSING LEVEL

Level 1, Level 2

DATA CITATION

European Space Agency, 2020, Odin SMR Level 1 data products, Version 8.

RESOURCES

Product Document

Technical Documentation from the Odin-SMR Project

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