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LISS-III Data Products (IRS-P6.LISS.III)
The Linear Imaging Self Scanning Sensor (LISS-III) is a multi-spectral camera operating in four spectral bands, three in the visible and near infrared and one in the SWIR region, as in the case of IRS-1C/1D. The new feature in LISS-III camera is the SWIR band (1.55 to 1.7 microns), which provides data with a spatial resolution of 23.5 m unlike in IRS-1C/1D (where the spatial resolution is 70.5 m).
The Data products are categorized as Standard and have a system level accuracy.
LISS-III Standard Products comprise Path/Row Based products, Shift Along Track product, Quadrant products and Georeferenced products. Path/Row Based products are generated based on the referencing scheme of each sensor. Shift Along Track applies to those products covering a user's area of interest which falls in between two successive scenes of the same path, then the data can be supplied by sliding the scene in the along track direction. LISS-III full scene is divided into four nominal and eight derived quadrants. LISS-III photographic quadrant products are generated on 1:125,000 scale. Georeferenced products are true north oriented products. These products are supplied on digital media only.
Standard Path/Row Based products cover an area of 141 x 141 km and are characterised by 3 Bands. Path/Row Based products comprise Raw, Radiometrically corrected and Geo referenced levels of corrections. Quadrant products cover an area of 70 x 70 km and are characterised by 3 or 4 Bands (Geo Referenced). Quadrant products comprise Standard and Geo referenced levels of corrections.
For detailed information on the product availability, please contact the ESA Earth Observation Help Desk Team
Data Set Specifications
2003-12-31 to current day
90 N, 90 S, 180 W, 180 E
Optical/Multi Spectral Radiometry High Resolution
How to access EO data
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.