After clicking the Search button, flight line search results will be shown in the right panel next to the map in alphabetical order. You can browse the data by clicking lines in the map or in the right panel's list. Close
Help: Processing Modes
Most UAVSAR data is acquired as fully polarimetric data. Often, there is at least one repeat of the same line, from which interferometric data may be obtained.
PolSAR: precision quad pol mode, single data take
InSAR Pair: precision interferogram for two data takes
When clicking Search, the results will be filtered by anything in the Find text box. The possible ways to filter the results include any portion of:
Line name: This is composed of 6 characters describing the location (defined during flight planning), followed by 5 characters that define the heading (first 3 numbers, in degrees), followed by a two character increment. For example, SanAnd_00510.
Line description: This is determined during flight planning to describe the Principal Investigator's (PI) site. For example, San Andreas Fault - North.
Product ID: This defines the file names. For example, SanAnd_05510_09006_011_090218_L090_CX_01.
Flight ID: The first two digits indicate the year of the observation, and the last three digits identify which flight of that year. For example, 15141.
SOFRS flight request ID: This is the ID assigned by the NASA airborne Science Operations Flight Request System on behalf of the PI of the data take. For example, 14G036.