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In general, the ECHO's indexed data is freely available, with a few exceptions. To get a better idea of whether the data you are interested in is free, please perform a search, and click on the "Save Query" results. That will provide a URL with the...
Our data providers are slowly moving their online access to data from ftp access to http access. There are a lot of very good reasons why we as a collective have decided to move to this model of delivery. It does, however, mean that the ftp links for aqui...
First of all, if you are using a Linux FTP client, just include a "-p" flag when you ftp a file. That should be enough to get you the data you need. For Windows users, things are not nearly as easy. Unfortunately, Windows' ftp.exe program does NOT a...
Well, it's complicated (sort of). First, I think that we have to look at all of the types of metadata that Reverb/ECHO indexes. Generally, there are 4 types of URL links that Reverb may have about granules: * The metadata itself * Any low-resolut...
Reverb now uses the Earthdata Login for user registration and authentication. If you have a Reverb account (or do have an Earthdata Login account) - you'll just need to change your password. To reset your Earthdata Login password, please visit https://u...
Frequently, when you download files from Reverb, you will see files that look like: "http://browse.echo.nasa.gov/LPDAAC_ECS/2008/05/12/:BR:Browse.001:2050929401:1.BINARY" When you save the file (either by accessing the link through a browser, or ...
ECHO uses the Earthdata Login system to authenticate all users now. Your password must be at least 8 characters long, and should include all of the following: * lower case letter * upper case letter * number * at least one of the following speci...