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The Archives API helps you create and manage archives.

The base resource for this API is

Create an archive

Use POST to create a new archive.

Include the URL as JSON-encoded data.

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X POST -d '{"url": ""}'

Optional: to create an archive in a specific folder, include the folder's ID number in the JSON-encoded data. This should be a single integer, even for nested folders. The example below creates an archive in folder 1, and then another in folder 27 (a subfolder of folder 1). If you don't specify a folder ID, your archive will be created in your "Personal Links" folder.

Optional: you may provide a short "title" for the archive in the JSON-encoded data. If you do not specify a title, Perma will attempt to retrieve a title from the contents of the archived URL.

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X POST -d '{"url": "", "title": "This is an example site", "folder": 1}' curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X POST -d '{"url": "", "title": "This is another example site", "folder": 27}'

The response includes detailed information about the newly created archive, including the globally unique ID (GUID) of the archive:

Note that finalized details about an archive may not be available immediately: fields will update until the archiving process is complete. Use the Capture Job API and additional Archives API endpoints to get up-to-date details about a GUID.

To create many archives at once, use the Archives API endpoints for Batches

View the details of one archive

Use GET to retrieve details about an archive owned by you or by one of your organizations. More details are available via this authenticated Archives endpoint than are available from the non-authenticated Public Archives endpoint.



Download a single archive

Perma archives are downloadable and can be viewed using tools that can replay WARC files, like Rhizome's Webrecorder Player.



curl -o your_favorite_filename.warc.gz

Make an archive private

Use PATCH to make an archive private.

Include the GUID of the archive in the URL, and set the archive's "is_private" field to true using JSON-encoded data:

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X PATCH -d '{"is_private": true}'


Edit the title and notes fields of an archive

Use PATCH to change an archive's notes or title field.

Include the GUID of the archive in the URL, and specify your desired changes using JSON-encoded data:

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X PATCH -d '{"title": "My updated title"}'


Move an archive

Use PUT to move an archive into a different folder.

Include the ID of the destination folder as the first variable in the URL and the GUID of the archive as the second. The below example moves 85LS-BXV7 into folder 31.

curl -X PUT -v


Delete an archive

Use DELETE to delete an archive.

curl -X DELETE

This request deleted the archive. There will be no content in the HTTP response. You will see the a 204 HTTP status code returned.

No response data. HTTP status will be 204.

View all archives

Use GET to list all the archives you have access to.

This includes both public and private archives and includes all folders. (We're limiting ourselves to just 1 result to keep this example short.)

curl ""


To restrict the results to a single folder, use the Folders API endpoint.

Work with batches of archives

You can request the creation of multiple archives at once by creating a batch.

Use HTTP POST, and include a list of URLs and a target folder ID (mandatory) as JSON-encoded data.

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X POST -d '{"urls": ["", "", ""], "target_folder": 24}'

The response includes an ID number for the batch (268 in the example below) and a list of "Capture Jobs", one per submitted URL.

{"id":268,"started_on":"2018-05-16T17:46:14Z","created_by":3,"capture_jobs":[{"guid":"F42B-NZ6G","status":"pending","message":null,"submitted_url":"","attempt":1,"step_count":0.0,"step_description":"","capture_start_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:14Z","capture_end_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:18Z","queue_position":0,"title":"Example Domain","user_deleted":false},{"guid":"48YX-LMW5","status":"completed","message":null,"submitted_url":"","attempt":1,"step_count":6.0,"step_description":"Saving web archive file","capture_start_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:18Z","capture_end_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:21Z","queue_position":0,"title":"Example Domain","user_deleted":false},{"guid":"CH84-WDL3","status":"completed","message":null,"submitted_url":"","attempt":1,"step_count":6.0,"step_description":"Saving web archive file","capture_start_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:21Z","capture_end_time":"2018-05-16T17:46:24Z","queue_position":0,"title":"Example Domain","user_deleted":false}],"target_folder": {"id": 24, "name": "A Third Journal", "parent": null, "has_children": true, "path": "24", "organization": 3},"links_remaining":45}

Capture Jobs report details about attempts to create archives. Review the list of Capture Jobs to find the GUIDS of successfully created archives and find validation error messages for any URLs that failed.

Note that finalized details about a batch are not available immediately: fields will update until the archiving process is complete.

Use GET to retrieve up-to-date details about a batch.


Use GET to retrieve a list of all your batches.

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USGS EROS Archive - Landsat Archives - Landsat 8 OLI (Operational Land Imager) and TIRS (Thermal Infrared Sensor) Level-1 Data Products

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Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS acquired
May 17, 2014 (Path 16,
Row 37)
(Public domain)

The Operational Land Imager (OLI) and Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS) are instruments onboard the Landsat 8 satellite, which was launched in February of 2013. The satellite collects images of the Earth with a 16-day repeat cycle, referenced to the Worldwide Reference System-2. The satellite’s acquisitions are in an 8-day offset to Landsat 7 (see Landsat Acquisition). The approximate scene size is 170 km north-south by 183 km east-west (106 mi by 114 mi).

The spectral bands of the OLI sensor, while similar to Landsat 7’s ETM+ sensor, provide enhancement from prior Landsat instruments, with the addition of two new spectral bands: a deep blue visible channel (band 1) specifically designed for water resources and coastal zone investigation, and a new infrared channel (band 9) for the detection of cirrus clouds. Two thermal bands (TIRS) capture data with a minimum of 100 meter resolution, but are registered to and delivered with the 30-meter OLI data product. (See Landsat satellite band designations for more information.) Landsat 8 file sizes are larger than Landsat 7 data, due to additional bands and improved 16-bit data product.  

Landsat 8 Level 1 data products typically include data from both the OLI and TIRS sensor; however, there may be OLI-only and/or TIRS-only scenes in the USGS archive. The first two values of the Landsat 8 scene ID designates the data provided in each scene:

LC08_L1TP_003055_20170207_20170216_01_T1 = Combined (both OLI and TIRS data)
LO08_L1TP_021047_20150304_20170227_01_T1 = OLI data only
LT08_L1GT_137206_20170202_20170215_01_T2 = TIRS data only

A Quality Assurance (QA.tif) band is also included. This file provides bit information regarding conditions that may affect the accuracy and usability of a given pixel – clouds, water or snow, for example. 

LandsatLook Images (full resolution files) are also available for Landsat 8 scenes, as they are for all previous Landsat scenes. In addition to the Natural Color, Thermal, and Geographic Reference bundle files available, Landsat 8 scenes also include a Quality .png file. This provides a visual representation the QA.tif file. See LandsatLook images for details.

Nearly 10,000 scenes were collected prior to the satellite achieving operational orbit, from launch to April 10, 2013. The earliest images are TIRS data only. These data are included in the Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS C1 Level-1 data set on EarthExplorer. While these data meet the quality standards and have the same geometric precision as data acquired after achieving operational orbit, the geographic extents of each scene will differ. Most of the scenes will process to full terrain correction, with a pixel size of 30 meters. There may be some differences in the spatial resolution of the early TIRS images due to telescope temperature changes.    

Standard Processing Parameters

Following parameters applied for Processing and L1T Terrain Correction*.

Processing:Level 1T - Terrain Corrected
Pixel Size:
  • OLI Multispectral bands: 30 meters
  • OLI panchromatic band: 15 meters
  • TIRS Thermal bands: 100 meters (resampled to 30 meters to match multispectral bands)
Data Characteristics:
  • GeoTIFF data format
  • Cubic Convolution (CC) resampling
  • North Up (MAP) orientation
  • Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) map projection (Polar Stereographic for Antarctica)
  • World Geodetic System (WGS) 84 datum
  • 12 meter circular error, 90% confidence global accuracy for OLI
  • 41 meter circular error, 90% confidence global accuracy for TIRS
  • 16-bit pixel values
Data Delivery:HTTPS Download within 24 hours of acquisition

Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS Collection 1

Landsat Tiers are the inventory structure for Landsat Collection 1 Level-1 data products and are based on data quality and level of processing. All scenes in the Landsat archive are assigned to a Collection category. The purpose of Collection categories is to support rapid and easy identification of suitable scenes for time-series pixel level analysis. During Collection 1 reprocessing, all Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS scenes in the USGS archive are assigned to a specific “Tier”. These data have well-characterized radiometric quality and are cross-calibrated ​among the different Landsat sensors.​​​

Collection Category (Tier)

  • Tier 1 (T1) – Contains the highest quality Level-1 Precision Terrain (L1TP) data considered suitable for time-series analysis. The georegistration is consistent and within prescribed tolerances [<12m root mean square error (RMSE)].
  • Tier 2(T2) – Contains L1TP scenes not meeting Tier 1 criteria and all Systematic Terrain (L1GT) and Systematic (L1GS) scenes. Users interested in Tier 2 scenes can evaluate the L1TP RMSE and other properties to determine suitability for use in their applications and studies.
  • Real-Time(RT) – Contains newly acquired Landsat 8 scenes, which require a period of evaluation and calibration adjustment after acquisition but are processed immediately based on preliminary calibration coefficients, assigned to the temporary RT Tier, and made available for download. When definitive calibration information becomes available, these scenes are reprocessed, assigned to the appropriate Tier 1 or Tier 2 category, and removed from the RT Tier (Temporary designation).

The Landsat Collections web page contains additional information about changes applied to Landsat Level-1 data products for Collection 1.

Coverage Maps

Coverage Maps indicating the availability of Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS Collection 1 products are available for download.

Additional Information

Access Data

Landsat 8 scenes held in the USGS archive can be searched using EarthExplorer, the USGS Global Visualization Viewer (GloVis), or the LandsatLook Viewer. On EarthExplorer, Landsat 8 scenes can be found under the Landsat menu in the “Landsat Collection 1 Level-1” section, in the “Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS C1 Level-1” dataset.

Newly acquired Landsat 8 scenes become available for search and download within 24 hours after data acquisition. To view real-time acquisitions of Landsat 8, please visit EarthNow!

Data is delivered from the USGS only in digital format, with the parameters noted above. There are several commercial firms that may provide data in different formats.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number: /10.5066/F71835S6

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