By using the data from the various sensors mounted on the satellite, you can see information about the climate of the Earth (rain distribution, etc) in near real time.
Not only monitoring, but also some sites such as GSMap(Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation) and JAXA Himawari monitor provide datasets.
(Global Environmental Change Monitoring)
|JASMES provides users with not only satellite datasets but also information on the current status of the climate variables such as solar radiation reaching the earth's surface (photosynthetically available radiation), cloudiness, snow and sea ice cover, dryness of vegetation (water stress trend), soil moisture, wild fire, precipitation, land and sea surface temperature.|
|MODIS Near Realtime Data||In MODIS Near Realtime Data, we use the data that has been observed by NASA earth observation satellite TERRA / AQUA mounted sensor MODIS. Tokai University Information Technology Center (TRIC) and the JAXA EOC. is receiving and brightness. After that, the two organization do geometric transformation processing (Level 1B), and JAXA EORC provide the data to the public after quasi-real-time processing.|
|GSMap (JAXA global rainfall watch)||We offer hourly global rainfall maps in near real time (about four hours after observation) using the combined MW-IR algorithm with GPM-Core GMI, TRMM TMI, GCOM-W AMSR2, DMSP series SSMIS, NOAA series AMSU, MetOp series AMSU and Geostationary IR data. Background cloud images are globally merged IR data produced by NOAA Climate Prediction Center (CPC), using IR data observed by JMA's MTSAT satellite, NOAA's GOES satellites and EUMETSAT's Meteosat satellites.|
|Precipitation monitor||GPM satellite standard quick look|
|GPM satellite standard quick look|
|JASMES daily (AMSR-2, etc.)|
|GPM-TRMM Matchup Data
The GPM-TRMM Matchup Data List aims to list points where observation time of the GPM Core Observatory and TRMM satellite matches, and to compare detected precipitations in match-up areas.
|JAXA Himawari monitor||JAXA Himawari monitor provides the himawari data of rgb images, sea surface temperature, aerosol, and short wave radiation. The P-Tree System (hereinafter referred to as "the Service") provides the Himawari Geophysical Parameter Data produced by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) and the Himawari Standard Data provided by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), in free of charge.|
(Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature)
|El Nino Watch
(sea surface temperature)
|You can monitor El Nino by using the sea surface temperature (SST) data, which was observed by microwave radiometer such as AMSR2|
|Kuroshio Monitor||In the "Kuroshio Monitor", the observation data of sea surface temperature observed by AMSR-E, has published an image that is cut out for the region through which the Kuroshio Current.|
|All-weather support sea surface wind speed monitor||This monitoring system data is calcurated by new estimation algorithm. This algorithm uses 6GHz band data,which is difficult to be affected by wind or water vapor.So we can estimate sea surface wind speed even if weather conditions is bad condition, such as typhoons and cyclones. Thus, we call this All-weather support sea surface wind speed|
|Windsat All-weather support sea surface wind speed|
|AMSR/AMSR-E All-weather support sea surface wind speed|
(sea ice concentration, sea surface temperature, etc.)
|Quasi-real-time polar environment monitor
The arctic data archive system (ADS) collects observation data and modeling products obtained by various Japanese research projects and gives researchers to access the results. By centrally managing a wide variety of Arctic observation data, we promote the use of data across multiple disciplines. Researchers use these integrated databases to clarify the mechanisms of environmental change in the atmosphere, ocean, land-surface and cryosphere.
|JASMES Polar(Water circulation + climate forming physical quantity)|
|JAXA/EORC Typhoon Bulletin||You can access to online archive of images, movies and data of tropical cyclones observed by TRMM/Aqua/Midori-II satellites.|
|GOSAT CAI video image||Latest CAI Video (ustream)
We provide the video of the latest CAI image which was observed from the "Ibuki" GOSAT satellite.
|GOSAT CAI image|
|Providing orbit and observation point information||GPM core and TRMM Satellite Orbit Search|
|GPM core Satellite Orbit Prediction|
|GOSAT FTS observed point map|
|Orbit forecast map
The system provide orbit forecast information of GCOM-W1, AQUA, Terra, CouldSat, CALIPSO.
|Orbit information providing service
The system provide orbit information of GOSAT, GCOM-W1.