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GOME Data Products
GOME-2 data products

The Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment (GOME) instrument was an atmospheric chemistry sensor on-board the second European Remote Sensing satellite (ERS-2, 1995 - 2011). GOME objectives included the measurement of total column amounts and stratospheric and tropospheric profiles of ozone on a daily basis,  measurement of column amounts of H2O and other gases involved in ozone photochemistry. GOME was also used to investigate the distribution of atmospheric aerosols and clouds-plus-surface spectral reflectance.



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Download data from the ERS-2 GOME mission through the ESA Online Dissemination System. The data is freely available to registered users.


All GOME products, in accordance with ESA Earth Observation Data Policy, are freely available to users. Read more about the available GOME products:

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Tools available for visualising, processing and analysing GOME data:

Atmospheric Toolbox

The Atmospheric Toolbox (also known as BEAT - Basic Envisat Atmospheric Toolbox) is a collection of executable tools and an application programming interface (API) which has been developed to facilitate the utilisation, viewing and processing of ESA GOMOS, MIPAS, SCIAMACHY and GOME data.

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The goal of ERS-2 GOME calibration and validation activities was to verify the accuracy and quality of data the instrument acquired. GOME Cal/Val information is available.

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Quality Control is monitoring routinely the status of the spacecraft (payload and platform) and to check if the derived products meet the quality requirements along mission life-time. GOME quality control reports were produced on a daily, monthly and yearly basis, detailing the quality of data acquired by the instrument and the availability of products.