The EARS-ATMS service collects data from the ATMS instrument onboard the JPSS spacecrafts, operated by NASA and NOAA.
The Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS) is a cross-track microwave sounder that combines the capabilities of current generation microwave temperature sounders (Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit, AMSU-A) and microwave humidity sounders (MHS) that are flying on EUMETSAT’s and NOAA's IJPS satellites. It measures at 22 frequency bands in the range from 23 GHz through 183 GHz. Check the JPSS pages on the NASA website for more details.
The provision of ATMS data in the form of an EARS-service is a logical extension of the EARS-ATOVS service, providing operational sounder data with high timeliness for the assimilation in numerical atmospheric models from regional to global scale.
EARS-ATMS Service Specification
Suomi-NPP and NOAA-20*, as shown on the tables on the Regional Data Service/EARS webpage.
*NOAA-20 data are currently in trial dissemination mode.
RT-STPS as provided by the NASA, CSPP as provided by CIMSS and AAPP as provided by NWP SAF, configured and run by EUMETSAT.
One file per station per pass.
Products via EUMETCast Europe
SDR, all 22 ATMS spectral channels, all Fields of View, calibrated and geolocated, BUFR format.
Timeliness via EUMETCast
Products via RMDCN/GTS
As for EUMETCast
Archived in EUMETSAT
For more information on EARS-ATMS see TD 14 - EUMETSAT Advanced Retransmission Service Technical Description (PDF,2 MB)
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ATMS Regional Data Service