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[IDV #GOI-554819]: (No Subject)

Hi Trevor,

There is a way to get access to the SSEC archive, but it's limited to 5 GB per 
month per Unidata affiliated institution (not just single user) and requires 
some paperwork (I'm not quite sure of all of the details, but I can get them if 
you are interested). Another route is to request the data through the NOAA 
Comprehensive Large Array-data Stewardship System (CLASS) website:




> Hello Sean,
> I'd like to get all the GOES visible imagery and data files for the Eastern 
> Pacific for the month of January 2007.  You say there may be an easier way.  
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Trevor
> ________________________________________
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> Subject: [IDV #GOI-554819]: (No Subject)
> Greetings Trevor,
> The unidata2.ssec.wisc.edu server is actually Unidata's and sits outside of 
> the SSEC archive. There are ways to get access to the data inside of the 
> archive, but depending on your needs, there may be an easier way. How much 
> data (and how far back) do you need to access?
> Cheers,
> Sean
> > Hello,
> >
> > When connecting to the unidata2.ssec.wisc.edu server it only allows the 
> > option to add the 100 most recent time lapses of satellite imagery, 
> > however, I know that ssec.wis.edu has an archive that dates pretty far back 
> > for GOES satellite imagery.
> >
> > How can I access these archived satellite images from this server? Is there 
> > an option to do so, or do I need to find a different server that will allow 
> > me to do so?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Trevor Ferguson
> > University of Utah
> > Atmospheric Sciences
> > Graduate Research Assistant
> >
> >
> Ticket Details
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> Ticket ID: GOI-554819
> Department: Support IDV
> Priority: Normal
> Status: Open

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: GOI-554819
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open

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