ITWG Celebrates the Launch of Aqua
Each instrument contributes unique and valuable information that researchers will use in their quest to improve our knowledge of global climate change.
Direct Broadcast users may be interested in the International MODIS/AIRS Processing Package (IMAPP). IMAPP allows any ground station capable of receiving direct broadcast from Terra or Aqua to produce calibrated and geolocated MODIS radiances (Level 1), along with a select group of science products (Level 2). IMAPP is derived from the operational MODIS processing software developed at NASA GSFC, and is modified to be compatible with direct broadcast data. For more information, visit the IMAPP web site.