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Search API Keywords#

Consider using our new Python module, asf_search. asf_search can be used to perform searches of the ASF catalog, and it offers baseline functionality and download support. Additionally, numerous constants are provided to ease the search process. Currently, we provide constants for platform, instrument, beam mode, flight direction, polarization, and processing level. More information can be found here.

Keywords are used to find the desired data. Use as many or as few keywords as needed. Available keywords and descriptions are listed below for each Search API endpoint. Keywords are case sensitive.

Note: Any errors will be returned in JSON format.

Search Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/search/param

Dataset Parameters#

  • platform

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • See also 'instrument'
    • Remote sensing platform that acquired the data. Sentinel-1 and ERS have multiple remote sensing platforms, and you may choose whether to specify a specific platform. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • platform=ALOS
      • platform=SA,SB
      • platform=S1
    • Values:
      • ALOS, A3, AIRSAR, AS, ERS, ERS-1, E1, ERS-2, E2, JERS-1, J1, RADARSAT-1, R1, SEASAT, SS, S1, Sentinel, Sentinel-1, Sentinel-1A, SA, Sentinel-1B, Sentinel-1 Interferogram (BETA), SB, SIR-C, SMAP, SP, UAVSAR, UA
  • instrument

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • See also 'platform'
    • Remote sensing instrument that acquired the data. For some platforms, such as ALOS, there are multiple instruments to choose from.
    • Example:
      • ALOS: instrument=PALSAR
      • ALOS: instrument=AVNIR-2
    • Values:
      • C-SAR, PALSAR, AVNIR-2
  • absoluteOrbit

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • For ALOS, ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS-1, RADARSAT-1, Sentinel-1A, and Sentinel-1B this value corresponds to the orbit count within the orbit cycle. For UAVSAR it is the Flight ID. You may specify a single value, range of values, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • RADARSAT: absoluteOrbit=25436
      • PALSAR: absoluteOrbit=25436-25445,25450
      • UAVSAR: absoluteOrbit=12006
  • asfframe

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • See also 'frame'
    • This is primarily an ASF / JAXA frame reference. However, some platforms use other conventions. You may specify a single value, range of values, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • asfframe=300 or asfframe=2845-2855 or asfframe=2800,2845-2855
    • Values:
      • ERS, JERS, RADARSAT: ASF frames 0 to 900
      • ALOS PALSAR: JAXA frames 0 to 7200
      • SEASAT: ESA-like frames 0208 to 3458 (must use a leading zero for frames 208-999)
      • Sentinel-1: In-house values 0 to 1184
  • maxBaselinePerp

    • For interferometric SAR (InSAR) analysis, Perpendicular Baseline is the spatial distance between the first and second observations measured perpendicular to the satellite look direction and provides an indication of the sensitivity to topographic height.
    • Works for ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS, RADARSAT-1, ALOS PALSAR. (Not Sentinel-1)
    • Example:
      • maxBaselinePerp=1500 or maxBaselinePerp=50.5
  • minBaselinePerp

    • For interferometric SAR (InSAR) analysis, Perpendicular Baseline is the spatial distance between the first and second observations measured perpendicular to the satellite look direction and provides an indication of the sensitivity to topographic height.
    • Works for ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS, RADARSAT-1, ALOS PALSAR. (Not Sentinel-1)
    • Example:
      • minBaselinePerp=100 or minBaselinePerp=50.5
  • beamMode

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • The beam mode used to acquire the data. See also beamSwath. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • beamMode=FBS or beamMode=EW,IW or beamMode=ScanSAR+Wide
    • Values:
      • AIRSAR: 3FP, ATI, XTI
      • ALOS: FBD, FBS, PLR, WB1, WB2, DSN
      • ERS-1: Standard, STD
      • ERS-2: Standard, STD
      • JERS-1: Standard, STD
      • RADARSAT-1: Standard, STD, Fine, High, Low, Wide, Narrow, ScanSAR+Wide, ScanSAR+Narrow
      • SEASAT: Standard, STD
      • SMAP: Standard, STD
      • Sentinel-1A: EW, IW, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, WV
      • Sentinel-1B: EW, IW, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, WV
      • UAVSAR: POL, RPI
  • beamSwath

    • BeamSwath encompasses a look angle and beam mode. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • beamSwath=0
      • beamSwath=FN1, FN2, FN3, FN4, FN5
    • Values:
      • AIRSAR: 3FP, ATI, XTI
      • ALOS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
      • ERS-1: STD
      • ERS-2: STD
      • JERS-1: STD
      • RADARSAT-1: FN1, FN2, FN3, FN4, FN5, SNA, SNB, ST1, ST2, ST3, ST4, ST5, ST6, ST7, SWA, SWB, WD1, WD2, WD3, EH3, EH4, EH6, EL1
      • SEASAT: STD
      • Sentinel-1A: EW, IW, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, WV
      • Sentinel-1B: EW, IW, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, WV
      • UAVSAR: POL, RPI
  • collectionName

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • For UAVSAR and AIRSAR data collections only. Search by the mission/campaign name. You may specify a single value. For a list of available collections, refer to the Mission List Endpoint below.
    • Example:
      • UAVSAR: collectionName=ABoVE
      • AIRSAR: collectionName=collectionName=Akiyoshi,+Japan
  • maxDoppler

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Doppler provides an indication of how much the look direction deviates from the ideal perpendicular flight direction acquisition.
    • Example:
      • maxDoppler=1500 or maxDoppler=1500.5
  • minDoppler

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Doppler provides an indication of how much the look direction deviates from the ideal perpendicular flight direction acquisition.
    • Example:
      • minDoppler=100 or minDoppler=1500.5
  • maxFaradayRotation

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Rotation of the polarization plane of the radar signal impacts imagery. HH and HV signals become mixed. One-way rotations exceeding 5° are likely to significantly reduce the accuracy of geophysical parameter recovery, such as forest biomass.
    • Example:
      • maxFaradayRotation=3.5
  • minFaradayRotation

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Rotation of the polarization plane of the radar signal impacts imagery. HH and HV signals become mixed. One-way rotations exceeding 5° are likely to significantly reduce the accuracy of geophysical parameter recovery, such as forest biomass.
    • Example:
      • minFaradayRotation=2
  • flightDirection

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • Satellite orbit direction during data acquisition. You may specify a single value.
    • Example:
      • flightDirection=DESCENDING
    • Values:
      • A, ASC, ASCENDING, D, DESC, DESCENDING
  • flightLine

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Specify a flightline for UAVSAR or AIRSAR. You may specify a single value.
    • Example:
      • UAVSAR: flightLine=05901
      • AIRSAR: flightLine=gilmorecreek045-1.93044
  • frame

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • See also 'asfframe'
    • ESA-referenced frames are offered to give users a universal framing convention. Each ESA frame has a corresponding ASF frame assigned. You may specify a single value, range of values, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • frame=300
      • frame=300-400
      • frame=300,303,305
      • frame=300,303,305-315
    • Values:
      • Any number from 0 to 7200.
  • granule_list

    • Comma-separated list of specific scenes (granules). Large lists will need to utilize a POST request.
    • granule_list may not be used in conjuction with other keywords, however, it may be used with the output keyword.
    • Example:
      • granule_list=ALPSRP111041130, S1B_IW_GRDH_1SDV_20161124T032008_20161124T032033_003095_005430_9906
  • groupid

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Comma-separated list of specific group IDs. For some datasets, the group ID is the same as the scene name. For others, such as Sentinel-1, the group ID is unique for a group of scenes. The group ID value is included in GeoJSON, JSON, and CSV outputs.
    • Example:
      • groupid=S1A_IWDV_0112_0118_037147_150
  • lookDirection

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Left or right direction of data acquisition. You may specify a single value.
    • Example:
      • lookDirection=L
    • Values:
      • R, RIGHT, L, LEFT
  • maxInsarStackSize

    • An InSAR stack is composed of all SAR granules that cover the same geographic region, are from the same platform, and were acquired with the same beam mode, look angle, and bandwidth. To obtain InSAR stacks containing a certain number of SAR granules specify a min, max, or both.
    • Works for ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS, RADARSAT-1, ALOS PALSAR. (Not Sentinel-1)
    • Example:
      • maxInsarStackSize=175
  • minInsarStackSize

    • An InSAR stack is composed of all SAR granules that cover the same geographic region, are from the same platform, and were acquired with the same beam mode, look angle, and bandwidth. To obtain InSAR stacks containing a certain number of SAR granules specify a min, max, or both.
    • Works for ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS, RADARSAT-1, ALOS PALSAR. (Not Sentinel-1)
    • Example:
      • minInsarStackSize=20
  • offNadirAngle

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Off-nadir angles for ALOS PALSAR. You may specify a single value, range of values, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • offNadirAngle=21.5
      • offNadirAngle=9.7-14
      • offNadirAngle=21.5,23.1,20.5-24.2
    • Values:
      • Most common: 21.5, 23.1, 27.1, 34.3
      • Other: 9.7, 9.9, 13.8, 14, 16.2, 17.3, 17.9, 18, 19.2, 20.5, 21.5, 23.1, 24.2, 24.6, 25.2, 25.8, 25.9, 26.2, 27.1, 28.8, 30.8, 34.3, 36.9, 38.8, 41.5, 43.4, 45.2, 46.6, 47.8, 49, 50, 50.8
  • polarization

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • A property of SAR electromagnetic waves that can be used to extract meaningful information about surface properties of the earth. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • polarization=VV
      • polarization=VV,HH
      • polarization=VV+VH
      • polarization=Dual+VV
    • Values:
      • AIRSAR: FULL
      • ALOS: QUADRATURE, HH+5SCAN, HH, HH+4SCAN, VV, HH+3SCAN, FULL, HH+HV, VV+VH
      • ERS-1: VV
      • ERS-2: VV
      • JERS-1: HH
      • RADARSAT-1: HH
      • SEASAT: HH
      • Sentinel-1A: VV, VV+VH, Dual VV, VV+VH, Dual HV, HH, HH+HV, VV, Dual VH
      • Sentinel-1B: VV, VV+VH, Dual VV, VV+VH, Dual HV, HH, HH+HV, VV, Dual VH
      • UAVSAR: FULL, HH
  • processingLevel

    • This keyword has constants provided through asf_search. More information can be found here.
    • Level to which the data has been processed, also type of product. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • processingLevel=L0,L1
    • Values:
      • AIRSAR: 3FP, LTIF, PTIF, CTIF, PSTOKES, DEM, CSTOKES, JPG, LSTOKES
      • ALOS: L1.0, L1.1, L1.5, L2.2, RTC_LOW_RES, RTC_HI_RES, KMZ
      • ERS-1: L0, L1
      • ERS-2: L0, L1
      • JERS-1: L0, L1
      • RADARSAT-1: L0, L1
      • SEASAT: L1,
      • Sentinel-1A: GRD_HS, GRD_HD, GRD_MS, GRD_MD, GRD_FD, SLC, RAW, OCN, METADATA_RAW, METADATA_SLC, METADATA_GRD_HD, METADATA_GRD_MD, METADATA_GRD_MS, METADATA_GRD_HS, METADATA_OCN
      • Sentinel-1B: GRD_HS, GRD_HD, GRD_MS, GRD_MD, GRD_FD, SLC, RAW, OCN, METADATA_RAW, METADATA_SLC, METADATA_GRD_HD, METADATA_GRD_MD, METADATA_GRD_MS, METADATA_GRD_HS, METADATA_OCN
      • Sentinel-1 InSAR: GUNW_STD, GUNW_AMP, GUNW_CON, GUN_COH, GUNW_UNW
      • SMAP: L1A_Radar_RO_QA, L1A_Radar_RO_HDF5, L1B_S0_LoRes_HDF5, L1B_S0_LoRes_QA, L1B_S0_LoRes_ISO_XML, L1A_Radar_QA, L1A_Radar_RO_ISO_XML, L1C_S0_HiRes_ISO_XML, L1C_S0_HiRes_QA, L1C_S0_HiRes_HDF5, L1A_Radar_HDF5
      • UAVSAR: KMZ, PROJECTED, PAULI, PROJECTED_ML5X5, STOKES, AMPLITUDE, COMPLEX, DEM_TIFF, PROJECTED_ML3X3, METADATA, AMPLITUDE_GRD, INTERFEROMETRY, INTERFEROMETRY_GRD, INC, SLOPE
  • product_list

    • Comma-separated list of specific files (products). Large lists will need to utilize a POST request. You can find the product_list values for any file in the GeoJSON (fileID) or JSON (product_file_id) outputs. It is also available from CMR, in the granuleUR field. It is guaranteed to be a unique indentifier in CMR. You can also find the product_list value in Vertex! See the Cookbook page for this Tip & more.
    • product_list may not be used in conjuction with other keywords, however, it may be used with the output keyword.
    • Example:
      • product_list=ALAV2A276512920, S1A_IW_SLC__1SDV_20210614T154839_20210614T154905_038338_048643_D7E4-SLC
  • relativeOrbit

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Path or track of satellite during data acquisition. For UAVSAR it is the Line ID. You may specify a single value, range of values, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • relativeOrbit=500,550-580
      • UAVSAR: relativeOrbit=05905
    • Values:
      • ALOS: 1-671
      • ERS-1: 0-2410
      • ERS-2: 0-500
      • JERS-1: 0-658
      • RADARSAT-1: 0-342
      • SEASAT: 1-243
      • UAVSAR: various

Geospatial Parameters#

  • bbox

    • Deprecation Notice: This keyword will be deprecated. Please use 'intersectsWith' instead.
    • Bounding boxes define an area using two long/lat points. The Bounding box parameters are 4 comma-separated numbers: lower left longitude,latitude, and upper right longitude,latitude. This is a great choice for very wide search areas.
    • Example:
      • bbox=-150.2,65.0,-150.1,65.5
  • intersectsWith

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Search by polygon, a line segment (“linestring”), or a point defined in 2-D Well-Known Text (WKT). Each polygon must be explicitly closed, i.e. the first vertex and the last vertex of each listed polygon must be identical. Coordinate pairs for each vertex are in decimal degrees: longitude is followed by latitude.
    • Notes:
      • Does not support multi-polygon, multi-line or multi-point.
      • Polygon holes are ignored
      • This keyword also accepts a POST request
    • Example (Note: The spaces and parentheses below need to be URL encoded first):
      • intersectsWith=polygon((-119.543 37.925, -118.443 37.7421, -118.682 36.8525, -119.77 37.0352, -119.543 37.925 ))
      • intersectsWith=linestring(-119.543 37.925, -118.443 37.7421)
      • intersectsWith=point(-119.543, 37.925)
    • Properly URL encoded:
      • intersectsWith=point%28-119.543+37.925%29
  • polygon

    • Deprecation Notice: This keyword will be deprecated. Please use 'intersectsWith' instead.
    • Bounding polygon in the digital long/lat format; enter coordinates in counter clockwise direction, repeat the first point at the end to close the polygon: in the format ABCDA
    • Example:
      • polygon=-155.08,65.82,-153.5,61.91,-149.50,63.07,-149.94,64.55,-153.28,64.47,-155.08,65.82

Shape Validation#

If the AOI specified is its own Minimum Bounding Rectangle (MBR) in a mercator projection, the search results returned will instersect with the AOI in a mercator projection, regardless of width. This remains the case even if the international dateline is crossed within the AOI.

In order for an AOI to be considered its own MBR, it must meet the following criteria:

  • Each vertex shares a latitude or longitude with its neighbors
  • East/West points share longitude
  • North/South points share latitude

AOIs that do not fit this criteria will have their points connected along great circles.

In addition, all AOIs are validated, and then simplified as needed. The process for this is:

  1. Validate the input AOI. If it is not valid, an error is displayed.
  2. Merge overlapping shapes.
  3. Convex hull.
  4. Any out-of-range index values are handled by clamping and wrapping them to the valid range of values.
  5. Simplify points based on proximity threshold. The target is fewer than 400 points.

Each of these steps is performed only when necessary to get the AOI to a single outline with fewer than 400 points. Any unnecessary steps are skipped.

Examples of validation and simplification:

  • A self-intersecting polygon is provided:
    • An error is displayed.
  • A single outline is provided, consisting of 1000 points:
    • A simplified version of the same outline is used, consisting of fewer than 400 points.
  • Multiple geometries are provided, all of them overlapping at least in part:
    • A single outline is returned, representing the outline of all the shapes combined.
  • Multiple geometries are provided, at least some of them entirely non-overlapping:
    • A single outline is returned, representing the convex hull of all the shapes together.

Temporal Parameters#

  • processingDate

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Limit results to records that have been processed at ASF since a given date and/or time.
    • Example:
      • processingDate=2017-01-01T00:00:00UTC
  • start

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Date of data acquisition. Can be used in combination with 'end'. You may enter natural language dates, or a date and/or time stamp. All times are in UTC. For more information on accepted date formats, see the Date Parser endpoint below.
    • Example:
      • start=May+30,+2018
      • start=yesterday
      • start=2010-10-30T11:59:59Z
      • start=1+week+ago&end=now
  • end

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Date of data acquisition. Can be used in combination with 'start'. You may enter natural language dates, or a date and/or time stamp. All times are in UTC. For more information on accepted date formats, see the Date Parser endpoint below.
    • Example:
      • end=May+30,+2018
      • end=today
      • end=2021-04-30T11:59:59Z
      • start=1+week+ago&end=now
  • season

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Start and end day of year for desired seasonal range. This keyword may be used in conjunction with start/end to specify a seasonal range within an overall date range. Values are based on the Julian calendar. You must specify both a season start and end date.
    • Example:
      • season=1,31
      • season=45,67
      • season=360,10
    • Values:
      • 1 through 365

Results Parameters#

  • output

    • Desired format of the Search API results. If not specified, the default format is metalink. The preferred format is geoJSON.
    • Example:
      • output=geojson
    • Values:
      • geojson, csv, json, kml, metalink, count, download
    • Description:
      • GeoJSON is the preferred output format. If a required field is not included, please contact ASF using the info below or reach the team directly at uaf-asf-discovery@alaska.edu
      • KML can be opened in Google Earth, ArcGIS Earth, or a similar program
      • Count returns the number of results returned by your query. It does not include any additional information. Using count output can be helpful in determining if your query has returned the correct number of results. There is a time limit on running Search API queries. See the Troubleshooting page for more details.
      • Metalink provides download information for the scenes returned by your query. It does not include metadata.
      • Download returns a bulk download script that includes the files returned by the search. See the Bulk Download documentation for a full guide on using the bulk download script.
      • JSON includes scene metadata and product URLs. If GeoJSON does not meet your needs, JSON is the preferred format for programmatic use.
      • CSV also includes scene metadata and product URLs. CSV returns less fields than JSON.
  • maxResults

    • This keyword is also available through asf_search.
    • Maximum number of data records to return from your query.
    • Example:
      • maxResults=10

Baseline Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/search/baseline

  • reference

    • This is the only mandatory keyword. Input the reference scene name for which you wish to see baseline results.
    • Example:
      • reference=S1B_IW_SLC__1SDV_20210704T135937_20210704T140004_027645_034CB0_4B2C
  • processingLevel

    • Level to which the data has been processed. Baseline data is only available for certain processing levels.
    • Example:
      • processingLevel=L1.5
    • ProcessingLevel Values Which Contain Baseline Data:
      • ALOS: L1.1, L1.5; default is L1.1
      • ERS-1 & ERS-2: L0, L1; default is L0
      • JERS-1: L0, L1; default is L0
      • RADARSAT-1: L0, L1; default is L0
      • Sentinel-1A & Sentinel-1B: SLC
  • output

    • Desired format of the Search API results. If not specified, the default format is metalink. The preferred format is geoJSON.
    • Example:
      • output=geojson
    • Values:
      • geojson, csv, json, kml, metalink, count, download
    • Description:
      • GeoJSON is the preferred output format. If a required field is not included, please contact ASF using the info below or reach the team directly at uaf-asf-discovery@alaska.edu
      • KML can be opened in Google Earth, ArcGIS Earth, or a similar program
      • Count returns the number of results returned by your query. It does not include any additional information. Using count output can be helpful in determining if your query has returned the correct number of results. There is a time limit on running Search API queries. See the Troubleshooting page for more details.
      • Metalink provides download information for the scenes returned by your query. It does not include metadata.
      • Download returns a bulk download script that includes the files returned by the search. See the Bulk Download documentation for a full guide on using the bulk download script.
      • JSON includes scene metadata and product URLs. If GeoJSON does not meet your needs, JSON is the preferred format for programmatic use.
      • CSV also includes scene metadata and product URLs. CSV returns less fields than JSON.
  • maxResults

    • Maximum number of data records to return from your query.
    • Example:
      • maxResults=10

WKT Validation Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/utils/wkt

This endpoint will validate and repair a WKT input. The repaired WKT output is how the Search API will interpret the provided WKT input. If a WKT cannot be repaired, it will return an error stating the reason. All validations and errors are returned in JSON format.

  • wkt
    • This is the only accepted keyword for this endpoint.
    • Example:
      • wkt=GEOMETRYCOLLECTION(POLYGON((46 -19,30 26,-3 41,22 39,49 16,46 -19)), POLYGON((27 24,12 4,18 31,27 24)))
      • In this example, the JSON return will list the errors that were repaired, and the final wrapped and unwrapped WKT.

GeoSpatial Files to WKT Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/utils/files_to_wkt

This endpoint will accept a POST request with files attached. It will return the parsed WKT from the file, as well as the repaired wrapped and unwrapped WKT. All outputs are returned in JSON format. The preferred file format is geojson, but the Search API will also support other formats, such as shapefile or kml.

See the Tools page for more details on POST requests.

  • Example:
    • curl -X POST -F 'files=@/path/to/file' 'https://api.aac.asf.alaska.edu/services/utils/files_to_wkt'

Date Parser Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/utils/date

This endpoint can be used to check how dates are parsed by the Search API. All parsed dates are returned in JSON format.

  • date
    • This is the only accepted keyword for this endpoint. You can use natural language, such as "yesterday", dates with or without the time stamp, or days of the week.

Mission List Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/services/utils/mission_list

This endpoint lists all missions (also known as campaigns or collections) for all datasets. Any of the missions returned in the list may be used as a value for the collectionName keyword in the Search endpoint. The mission list is returned in JSON format.

  • platform
    • This keyword is optional. If used, it will restrict the list of missions to the specified platform(s).
    • Remote sensing platform that acquired the data. Sentinel-1 and ERS have multiple remote sensing platforms, and you may choose whether to specify a specific platform. You may specify a single value, or a list of values.
    • Example:
      • platform=ALOS
      • platform=SA,SB
      • platform=S1
    • Values:
      • ALOS, A3, AIRSAR, AS, ERS, ERS-1, E1, ERS-2, E2, JERS-1, J1, RADARSAT-1, R1, SEASAT, SS, S1, Sentinel, Sentinel-1, Sentinel-1A, SA, Sentinel-1B, Sentinel-1 Interferogram (BETA), SB, SMAP, SP, UAVSAR, UA

Health Endpoint#

https://api.daac.asf.alaska.edu/health

This endpoint is used to check the Search API health. It is returned in JSON format. There are no keywords associated with the health check endpoint.

In addition to Search API health, it also returns Search API configs and CMR health status.