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[McIDAS #MFU-475721]: GOES-R Data Access



Hi Fred,

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re:
> After the launch of GOES-R on Nov. 16 what arrangements have been made
> for university access to the GOES-R data?

We are installing a GOES-R reception system now.  As of yesterday at
7 pm, the new GOES-R dish installation is almost complete.

re:
> Will there be ADDE access of the GOES-R data similar to that currently
> available for the GOES data?

Yes, we intend to provide open access to the GOES-R imagery and products
via ADDE to begin with and eventually with the TDS.  Given the intense
interest expressed in real-time access to GOES-R data, we may need to
limit access if demand exceeds data serving capabilities.

re:
> Is there a schedule of when data will be available after launch?

Other than as soon as possible, no.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: MFU-475721
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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