Ozone viewed in space with Earth below

Release of GOME-2 Fundamental Data Record

 

Ozone viewed in space with Earth below
Ozone viewed in space with Earth below

A new release of GOME-2 Fundamental Data Record is now available to users.

Last Updated

15 June 2022

Published on

15 June 2022

This is the third release of the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment 2 (GOME-2) Level 1B Fundamental Data Record from Metop-A and –B.

GOME-2 is an optical spectrometer. GOME-2 senses the Earth’s backscattered radiance and extra-terrestrial solar irradiance in the ultraviolet and visible part of the spectrum (240nm–790nm) at a high spectral resolution between 0.26nm and 0.51nm. There are 4,096 spectral points from four detector channels transferred for each individual GOME-2 measurement.

GOME-2 Level 1B Fundamental Data Record
Figure 1: Example of the GOME-2 Level 1B Fundamental Data Record

This is a Fundamental Data Record (FDR). The release covers the period from April 2007 until December 2018 for Metop-A GOME-2 and from September 2012 until July 2020 for Metop-B GOME-2.

To access these data and for more information, contact our User Service Helpdesk.

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