June 11, 2024
The High-level Tool for Interactive Data Extraction, or HiTIDE, is PO.DAAC’s interactive tool for subsetting and downloading popular PO.DAAC Level 2 swath datasets.

March 5, 2024
Animation of the retrieved ocean surface wind speed over the period of 1 August 2018 to 20 February 2024, produced using the CYGNSS Level 3 Science Data Record (SDR) Version 3.2 dataset, which provides wind speed data retrieved from the Delay Doppler Mapping Instrument (DDMI) aboard the CYGNSS satellite constellation. The dataset can be accessed from the PO.DAAC Portal at https://doi.org/10.5067/CYGNS-L3X32 (DOI: 10.5067/CYGNS-L3X32). How to Download PO.DAAC Youtube Animations

January 3, 2024
Animation of the GHRSST Level-3 supper-collated (L3S) daily Sea Surface Temperature (SST) v2.81 dataset derived from multiple low earth orbit (LEO) satellites by the NOAA Advanced Clear-Sky Processor for Ocean (ACSPO) system. The dataset can be accessed from the PO.DAAC Portal at https://doi.org/10.5067/GHLDY-3S281 (DOI: 10.5067/GHLDY-3S281). How to Download PO.DAAC Youtube Animations

December 20, 2023
Animation of the sea surface salinity over the period of 31 March 2015 to 30 September 2021, produced using the Parameterized Rain Impact Model (PRIM) by the University of Central Florida (UCF) Central Florida Remote Sensing Lab (CFRSL), Orlando, FL; University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Lab (APL), Seattle, WA., which provides the sea water salinity at surface, 1m depth and 5m depth, and probability of salinity stratification (PSS), rainfall rate and wind speed data. The dataset can be accessed from the PO.DAAC Portal at https://doi.org/

December 11, 2023
On December 7, 2023, PO.DAAC held an open office hours session regarding the recently released SWOT Beta Pre-Validated products, with the participation of SWOT data users, SWOT experts, and PO.DAAC staff members. This video is a recording of that office hours session.

June 14, 2023
Brief introduction to how you can use NASA Worldview to explore the Observational Products for End-Users from Remote Sensing Analysis (OPERA) Dynamic Surface Water Extent (DSWx) data product, including single data and multi-data layer comparisons and how to download.

June 1, 2023
Animation of the estimated ocean surface latent (top) and sensible (bottom) heat fluxes over the period of 1 August 2018 to 19 May 2023, produced using the CYGNSS Level 2 Ocean Surface Heat Flux Climate Data Record Version 1.2, which provides the time-tagged and geolocated ocean surface heat flux parameters with 25 x 25 kilometer resolution using wind speed data provided by the Delay Doppler Mapping Instrument (DDMI) aboard the CYGNSS satellite constellation. The dataset can be accessed from the PO.DAAC Portal at https://doi.org/10.5067/CYGNS-C2H12 (DOI: 10.5067/CYGNS-C2H12).

May 1, 2023
Animation of the NOAA GHRSST L2P Indian Ocean Regional Skin Sea Surface Temperature dataset derived from the Spinning Enhanced Visible and InfraRed Imager (SEVIRI) onboard the Meteosat-9 (MSG2) satellite. The L2P data is gridded on a 3 km spatial grid with a 15-min duty cycle. The dataset covers the period from August 1, 2013 to present, and is produced by the NOAA Office of Satellite and Product Operations (https://doi.org/10.5067/GHMG2-2PO10). How to Download PO.DAAC Youtube Animations

April 10, 2023
Animation of the Multi-Mission Optimally Interpolated Sea Surface Salinity (OISSS) 7Day level 4 global dataset based on the AQUARIUS/SAC-D, SMAP and SMOS level 2 mission data gridded on a 0.25 degree spatial grid with a weekly time scale. The dataset covers the period from August 2011 to present, and is produced by the Earth and Space Research (ESR), Seattle and International Pacific Research Center (IPRC), University of Hawaii at Manoa in collaboration with Remote Sensing Systems (RSS), Santa Rosa, California (https://doi.org/10.5067/SMP20-4U7CS).

April 10, 2023
Animation of the Multi-Mission Optimally Interpolated Sea Surface Salinity (OISSS) monthly level 4 global dataset based on the AQUARIUS/SAC-D, SMAP and SMOS level 2 mission data gridded on a 0.25 degree spatial grid with a monthly time scale. The dataset covers the period from September 2011 to present, and is produced by the Earth and Space Research (ESR), Seattle and International Pacific Research Center (IPRC), University of Hawaii at Manoa in collaboration with Remote Sensing Systems (RSS), Santa Rosa, California (https://doi.org/10.5067/SMP20-4UMCS).

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