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AATSR Gridded Surface Temperature (ENVISAT.ATS.NR__2P)


The Gridded Surface Temperature (GST) Product is the Level 2 full resolution geophysical product.

It contains a single measurement data set the content of which is switchable, that is to say, the content of each pixel field will depend on the surface type. Specifically, the contents of the data fields will depend on the setting of the forward and nadir cloud flags and the land flag.

The principal annotation data sets from the GBTR product from which the GST is derived are also included in this product.

This product is a continuation of ERS ATSR data.

The 3rd reprocessing of AATSR data has been performed; the processing updates that have been put in place and the expected scientific improvements are outlined in full in the User Note for the Third Envisat AATSR Reprocessing.

Product Availability

Reprocessed data
The complete AATSR archive is available on-line via the MERCI interface (ftp or http access).
See related news on the (A)ATSR 3rd Reprocessing of 06 September 2013


Data Set Specifications
Temporal Coverage:
2002-05-20 to 2012-04-08
Spatial Coverage:
90 N, 90 S, 180 W, 180 E
Data Type:
Optical/Multi Spectral Radiometry Low/Medium Resolution
ESRIN - Horizontal Resolution Range:
Resampled 1 km x 1km along track.
Processing Level:
Level 2
More Data Types On
Available Resources Type Format Access
EOLI Catalogue Catalogue HTML   Go to page
AATSR Level 2 Products and Algorithms Product Specifications HTML   Go to page
ATS_NR_2P File Structure Product Specifications HTML   Go to page
AATSR Product Handbook User Manual HTML   Go to page
Product Quality Readme Product Specifications PDF Download  
More AATSR Documents Product Specifications PDF   Go to page
AATSR Products Specifications Product Specifications PDF Download  

Minimize ESA Earth Observation Campaigns Data

ESA has been involved in many Earth Observation campaigns over the past 25 years, from ground-based surveys, to ships at sea, aircraft and balloons in the atmosphere and the orbiting satellites in space.

To learn more about these campaigns and available datasets from them, please see the Campaigns page.