CEDAR email: First Release of Data From NASA’s GOLD Mission

Richard Eastes Richard.Eastes at lasp.colorado.edu
Thu Mar 7 06:51:36 MST 2019

Data from NASA’s  Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) mission are now available from the GOLD Science Data Center (SDC) at http://gold.cs.ucf.edu. The L1C (spatial-spectral image cubes), L1D (“Quicklook” - thumbnail images and plots) data and relevant information about these data can be accessed under “DATA” near the top of the page. The Quicklook data allow users to browse through GOLD L1D images for each of the GOLD observation types performed since operations began: daytime disk (DAY), limb scans (LIM), nighttime disk (NI1), and occultations (OCC). Data release notes and a GOLD Science Data Products guide are available at the “Documentation” link under “DATA”.

Richard Eastes
GOLD Mission PI
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
University of Colorado Boulder
(303) 735-7221
Richard.Eastes at lasp.colorado.edu

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