Click a collection to view its granules. In granule view, you'll see only the granules for the collection that fit your spacial and temporal constraints. Note that you can further refine what granules are selected using the "Granule Search" text field, the "Granule Filters" (the link with funnel icon) to the right of it, and the date slider at the bottom of the screen.
To download all selected granules, click the big green "Download All" button on the right hand side of the screen.
To download an individual granule, do either of the following:
o To quickly download an individual granule without modification, click the "Download single granule data" button (the down arrow icon) beside the granule; or
o To quickly download an individual granule with customizations (useful if the collection supports data customizations like subsetting), click the "Configure and download single granule data" button (the gear icon) beside the granule.
After clicking "Download All" or "Configure and download single granule data," you will see one or more of the following order options, depending on what the data provider supports:
o "Direct Download" - Allows you to download data as-is now from your browser, either by accessing a list of download links, by downloading a file of data links for offline processing, or by downloading a script that can be used with curl or wget. (Note: tips for using the download script can be found here.)
o "Stage for Delivery" - Allows you to submit a request for a staged delivery. You will receive an email with download instructions when the data is ready.
o "Customize Product" - Allows you to select custom service options to be performed (e.g. subsetting, reprojection, etc.) You will receive an email with download instructions when the data is ready.
TO DOWNLOAD MULTIPLE COLLECTIONS
1) Use the "Add to project" button to add collections to your "project" (similar to a shopping cart), and then click the "My Project" button in the upper right hand side of the screen.
2) For each collection in your project, click the collection and select the granules you want to download.
3) Go back to the project, and select the big green "Download Project Data" button on the right.