The MODIS/ASTER Airborne Simulator (MASTER) facility instrument is maintained and operated by the Airborne Sensor Facility at NASA Ames Research Center under the oversight of the EOS Project Office at NASA GSFC.
Two datasets containing Level 1B and Level 2 data products from the MASTER instrument recently published.
Absorbed dose rate in silicon (top panel) and the 3D representation of the flight (bottom panel). The colored region above 20 km is the notional hazards of the incoming particle environment at the top of the atmosphere, where red indicates greater hazard (more particle flux) at the high latitudes while green represents lower hazard (lower particle flux and lower radiation exposure) in the equatorial region.
Level 2 absorbed radiation dose rates in silicon from the Automated Radiation Measurements for Aerospace Safety (ARMAS) system.
Lakes with significant negative trends in "greenness" of lake surface reflectance (left) and positive trends (right) across growing seasons from 1984-2019 below 75 degrees N. Source: Kuhn and Butman, 2021
Landsat based annual time series and season trend for lakes across the ABoVE Extended Study Domain, 1984 to 2019 recently published.
Overview of the assimilation system (CLM5-DART) that combines observations with model ensemble simulations from CLM5.0. Satellite-derived observations of aboveground biomass and leaf area index were used to adjust the simulated model state of CLM5.0. Source: Razcka et al. (2021)
Monthly estimates of biomass stocks and land-atmosphere carbon exchange across the western United States available.