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AMSRs web

The AMSR series website (AMSRs web) has been launched to provide information on GCOM-W/AMSR2 (2012-present), Aqua/AMSR-E (2002-2011), ADEOS-II/AMSR (2002-2003), and GOSAT-GW/AMSR3, which is scheduled to be launched in JFY 2023. The latest information is available on the new site below.

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  • Earth Monitoring
  • Follow-on Mission

This website is no longer updated. Please visit AMSRs web for the latest information.
The AMSR Series website is now opened.
AMSR Viewer was released.
AMSR Earth Environment Viewer (AMSR Viewer) is a display system for a global earth observation data observed by the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer (AMSR) series consisting of GCOM-W/AMSR2 and Aqua/AMSR-E.
The AMSR Viewer provides daily images of observation data (brightness temperature) and estimated geophysical data since June 2002.
HTTPS-Everywhere for EORC
The Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) entire webpages will be the HTTPS-Only on 26, September.
GCOM-W1 Data Distribution System Change GCOM-W1 Data Providing Service is going to be closed on June 29, 2018 (UTC). Thank you very much for your continued use of our service. AMSR series (AMSR2, AMSR-E, AMSR) products are also available on G-Portal (https://gportal.jaxa.jp/), but please use only G-Portal after June 29, 2018 (UTC). You need to register as a user to download products from G-Portal. If you have not registered yet on G-Portal, Please register your account.
HTTPS-Everywhere for EORC
The Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) entire webpages will be the HTTPS-Only from October this year.
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GCOM Sixth Research Announcement
JAXA is announcing the sixth research announcement (RA), which is the opportunity to conduct algorithm development, validation preparation, and application research for the first satellite of the GCOM-C (Climate) series, GCOM-C, as well as multi-sensor research mainly using data from GCOM-C.
The deadline for submitting proposals is November 1, 2015.

Notice of AMSR-E Slow Rotation Data 89GHz B-horn V-pol.
Please note that the Brightness Temperature of 89GHz B-horn V-pol is not correct because the HTS saturation has been unavoidable since July 15th, 2015.
SST data from GPM/GMI is now available.
Sea surface temperature product retrieved by using 10 GHz channel of the GPM Microwave Imager on board the GPM Core Observatory is now available via internet.
One of AMSR-E Slow Rotation Data is revised.
Slow Rotation Data observed on August 23, 2013 (Scene ID is P1AME130823102MA) was revised because of 0.03 degree attitude error.