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Airborne activities and instruments related to HyspIRI

How to access and request data from HyspIRI Preparatory Airborne Campaigns
For AVIRIS, click here.
For MASTER, click for Level 1 and Level 2

 

More information about HyspIRI Preparatory Airborne Campaigns
For AVIRIS, click here.
For MASTER, click here.


ROSES Selections for HyspIRI airborne campaigns and preparatory activities
ROSES 2009 | ROSES 2010 | ROSES 2011 | ROSES 2014

 

The HyspIRI research and applications community:  how are the data being used?
2015 HyspIRI Special Issue:  Remote Sensing of Environment | Presentations from the Community - HyspIRI Science and Applications 2015 Workshop | Presentations from the Community - HyspIRI Data Symposium 2015 | 2015 AGU HyspIRI Preparatory Airborne Campaign Session

 

ROSES 2014: HyspIRI Preparatory Airborne Activities and Associated Science: Coral Reef and Volcano Research. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Earth Science Division within the Science Mission Directorate solicited proposals using airborne measurements resulting from a planned airborne campaign in 2016 in the Hawaiian Islands for volcano and coral reef research. For this campaign, NASA plans to fly the Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) and the MODIS/ASTER Airborne Simulator (MASTER) instruments on a NASA high-altitude aircraft to collect precursor datasets in advance of the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) mission. NASA solicited proposals that would use these airborne data to address one or more of the science questions for the HyspIRI mission relevant to volcano or coral reef research. A goal of this solicitation is to generate important science and applications research results that are uniquely enabled by HyspIRI-like data, taking advantage of the contiguous spectroscopic measurements of the AVIRIS, the full suite of MASTER thermal infrared bands, or combinations of measurements from both instruments.

 

ROSES 2011:  HyspIRI Preparatory Airborne Activities for CA Airborne Campaigns. In 2013, 2014, and 2015, NASA flew the Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) and the MODIS/ASTER Airborne Simulator (MASTER) instruments on a NASA ER-2 aircraft  to collect precursor datasets in advance of the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) mission. The primary goal of this activity is to demonstrate important science and applications research that is uniquely enabled by HyspIRI like data, taking advantage of the contiguous spectroscopic measurements of the AVIRIS, the full suite of MASTER TIR bands, or combinations of measurements from both instruments.

 

 

Information about HyspIRI related airborne activities

AVIRIS-NGHyTESPRISM ECOSTRESS

Datasets for HyspIRI related airborne activities

AVIRIS-NGHyTESPRISMJPL Wildfires