Alaska Satellite Facility
The Alaska Satellite Facility is part of the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, located on the Troth Yehhda’ campus.
- ASF downlinks, processes, archives, and distributes remote-sensing data to scientific users around the world
- ASF promotes, facilitates, and participates in the advancement of remote sensing to support national and international Earth science research, field operations, and commercial applications
- ASF is committed to providing high-quality data and services quickly and reliably
- Coming Soon! NISAR — A dedicated NASA and ISRO SAR satellite mission, optimized for studying hazards and global environmental change. ASF has been selected to be the NISAR Data Hub!
NASA has announced that all RADARSAT-1 data archived at the Alaska Satellite Facility Distributed Active Archive Center (ASF DAAC) are
ARSET – SAR for Detecting and Monitoring Floods, Sea Ice, and Subsidence from Groundwater Extraction
A follow-on to the SAR training held in October 2022, which covered the detection and monitoring of oil spills, landslides,
The Global Seasonal Sentinel-1 Interferometric Coherence and Backscatter (GSSICB) dataset provides a unique perspective of changes in seasonal global coherence