Alaska Satellite Facility - Distributed Active Archive Center




ALOS Phased Array type L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar Mission From 2006 to 2011, PALSAR’s L-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) yielded detailed, all-weather, day-and-night observation, as well as repeat-pass interferometry. PALSAR data

ALOS PALSAR – Coverage Maps

ALOS L1.5 FBS Coverage Map ALOS L1.5 FBD Coverage Map ALOS L1.5 Wide Beam Coverage Map ALOS L1.5 Polarimetric Coverage Map ALOS RTC Coverage Map

ALOS PALSAR – Documents and Tools

PALSAR Name Description ALOS Data Users Handbook, 2008 Overview of the ALOS Project and related technological information on satellites and land systems ALOS User Guide Overview, products, product format, operations

ALOS PALSAR – How to Cite

Citing ALOS PALSAR Data or Imagery Also see ALOS PALSAR Terms and Conditions. Cite datasets in publications such as journal papers, articles, presentations, posters, and websites. Include the DOI when

ALOS PALSAR – Radiometric Terrain Correction

Creation of radiometrically terrain-corrected (RTC) products is a project of the Alaska Satellite Facility that makes SAR data accessible to a broader community of users. The project corrects synthetic aperture radar (SAR) geometry and radiometry, and presents the data in the GIS-friendly GeoTIFF format.

ALOS PALSAR – Terms and Conditions

ALOS PALSAR Standard Product License Agreement The Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF) grants the End User use of Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) PALSAR data if the End User accepts and