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Title: EOS MLS science data processing system : a description of architecture and capabilities
Authors: Cuddy, David T.
Echeverri, Mark D.
Wagner, Paul A.
Hanzel, Audrey T.
Fuller, Ryan A.
Keywords: Computer facilities
data handling
data processing
Microwave Limb Sounder (MLS)
Issue Date: 5-May-2006
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. 44, No. 5, 1192-1198, May 2006
Abstract: This paper describes the architecture and capabilities of the Science Data Processing System (SDPS) for the EOS MLS. The SDPS consists of two major components—the Science Computing Facility and the Science Investigator-led Processing System. The Science Computing Facility provides the facilities for the EOS MLS Science Team to perform the functions of scientific algorithm development, processing software development, quality control of data products, and scientific analyses. The Science Investigator-led Processing System processes and reprocesses the science data for the entire mission and delivers the data products to the Science Computing Facility and to the Goddard Space Flight Center Earth Science Distributed Active Archive Center, which archives and distributes the standard science products.
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