[ The TRMM satellite re-entered the Earth's atmosphere ] new
22 Jun. 2015

NASA has announced that the TRMM spacecraft re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere on June 15, 2015, at 11:55 p.m. EDT, over the South Indian Ocean.

Details are available at NASA web site .


[ Presentation materials of the TRMM Symposium are available ]
May 1, 2015

Presentation materials of the symposium for the Tropical RainfallMeasuring Mission (TRMM) 17th Anniversary, which was held on Feb. 19, 2015, are now available.

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[ Distribution of the GPM-GSMaP near-real-time data will suspend ]
April 24, 2015

Due to the NASA's system maintenance and consequent shutdown of data flow, distribution of the GPM-GSMaP near-real-time data will be suspended during following period.

From 10UTC April 26 (Sun) to the midnight of April 27 (Mon), 2015.

Sorry for your inconvenience. This only affects to the near-real-time data, and past period data will be available during this period.
[ GSMaP products are updated with product version 03E ]
April 23, 2015

GSMaP products are updated with product version 03E.
All GSMaP products are started reprocessing with product version 03E.

For more details from here.
[ GSMaP products are updated with product version 03D ]
March 26, 2015

GSMaP products are updated with product version 03D without reprocess of past period data.

For more details from here.
[ PR movies of Super Typhoon "NEOGURI" is now available ]
March 2, 2015

New movie of Super Typhoon "NEOGURI" in the south of Okinawa observed by TRMM/PR on July 7, 2014 is now available.

For more details from here.
[ About TRMM/PR data distribution during experimental operation period ]
February 20, 2015

JAXA completed normal mission operation of Precipitation Radar (PR) on board the TRMM satellite on October 7, 2014, and has conducted extra experimental operations since then while the spacecraft descending.
The satellite has reached to altitude around 350 km on February 12, 2015, which is original nominal altitude before 2001. We completed verification of data quality, and started distribution of PR data around 350 km altitude (orbit number from 98231) to public through the JAXA G-Portal system as scheduled.
TRMM's scientific and scietal achievements will be summarized and introduced at the symposium.

JAXA G-Portal.

PR available data period around 350 km altitude will be about 40 days since February 12, 2015.
[ Images of climatological rain distributions by TRMM/PR are open ]
February 20, 2015

Images of climatological rain distributions observed by TRMM/PR during Dec. 1997-Oct. 2014 are open.

For more details from here.
[ Announcement of the TRMM symposium ]
January 13, 2015

To summarize the TRMM satellite's 17-year achievements, we will held the public symposium on February 19 in Tokyo,Japan.
TRMM's scientific and scietal achievements will be summarized and introduced at the symposium.

Symposium for the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) 17th Anniversary "Water - a careful assessment of our Earth's precious resource"
Date: February 19, 2015 (Thursday), 9:30-17:00
Venue: Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Registration: Free of charge, pre-registration needed
Language: Japanese/English, simultaneous interpretation is available

For more details from here.

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