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Products: ABI L1B Continuous Full Disk (Mode 4) Sample Data

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Example of ABI L1b data for each of the 16 bands as simulated from high resolution numerical weather prediction model output and state-of-the-art radiative transfer models.
Download Sample ABI L1b Continuous Full Disk Data

The following data are samples of Level-1b (L1b) products that would be generated from Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) data after launch of GOES-R during operations. This data was generated from simulated input data representing Full Disk imagery from all 16 bands of ABI. More details on the simulation of top of the atmosphere ABI radiances can be found Details on the simulation of top of the atmosphere ABI radiances (pdf) is available..

A description of ABI bands and their technical specifications can be found at the ABI bands and their technical specifications can be found on the GOES-R ABI Page.

Each file represents imagery for a single ABI band, and these files are in NetCDF format.

The GOES-R Product Definition and Users Guide (PUG) describes the Fixed Grid navigation and provides details on the L1b product, including potential uses, source data, data fields (including metadata and data quality flags), and file naming conventions. More information can be found in the Product Definition and User's Guide (PUG) Volume 3: Level 1B Products, and PUG Appendix X: ISO Series Metadata.

This data represents an initial set of products generated from the GOES-R ground segment during integration and test of L1b algorithms, and is intended to give GOES-R ABI users a first look at the sample data. This data is provided for reference only and should not be considered final. As the ground system is built, more sample products and updates to the data will be posted here as they become available.

For questions regarding this sample data, please contact the GOES-R Ground Segment Product Generation Area Lead, Wayne MacKenzie.

Technical Info

The data herein is test data only, and the Government is furnishing the data in an as-is condition. The user bears all responsibility for inspecting such data prior to use, and for the manner in which it utilizes the data. The Government makes no warranty of any kind with respect to this data.