UARS data released


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NASA's Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite is a major mission aimed at improving the understanding of the structure and behavior of the Earth atmosphere between 15 and 100 km. The first year of data, covering September 1991 to September 1992, is now available from the Distributed Active Archive Center at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. These data provide the most complete view of stratospheric composition, dynamics, and energy input currently available.

The remaining data will be released in 3-month intervals until all data has been released.