Imager and sounder radiance and product validations for the GOES-12 science test
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmosperic Administration, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
- GOES (Meteorological satellite) -- Testing.,
- Geostationary satellites -- Testing.,
- Space vehicles -- Optical equipment -- Testing.,
- Brightness temperature -- Measurement.
|Statement||Donald W. Hilger, Timothy J. Schmit, Jaime M. Daniels.|
|Series||NOAA technical report NESDIS ;, 115|
|Contributions||Schmit, Timothy J., Daniels, Jaime M.|
|LC Classifications||TL1200 .H5523 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||2003373706|
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NOAA will publish a Technical Report that summarizes some of the findings during the GOES check-out period. The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) Science Test Report: GOES Imager and Sounder Radiance and Product Validations is edited by J.
Daniels and T. Schmit. Schmit is a member of NOAA’s Advanced. NESDIS The GOES Science Test: Imager and Sounder Radiance and Product Validations. Donald W. Hillger and Timothy J.
Schmit, September NESDIS A QA/QC Manual of the Cooperative Summary of the Day Processing System. William E. The GOES-8 series had both a 5-channel imager and a channel operational sounder. The sounders were used to derive temperature and moisture profiles in clear skies, along with other products such as cloud-top properties and total ozone (Ma et al., ; Hayden and Schmit, ; Hayden et al., a,b; Rao and Fuelberg, ; Menzel and Purdom.
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Characteristics of GOES Imagers. The two Earth viewing sensors on the current GOES series are the imager and the sounder. 7 The nominal field of view is approximately 1 km at nadir for the imager visible band, although the detectors are oversampled in the east-west direction.
7 The technical aspects can be found in the GOES N/O/P data book Cited by: Validation of Satellite Sounder Environmental Data Records: Application to the Cross-Track Infrared Microwave Sounder Suite.
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GPGS is a set of computer programs developed and. This work supported the development and adaptation of the existing GOES Aerosol/Smoke Product (GASP) Aerosol Optical Depth (AOD) retrieval algorithm for the GOES (west) imager, testing and validation of the code and assistance with the implementation of the code at NOAA/NESDIS in near-real time.
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Sensors, Vol Issue 3. The Imager instrument on the current GOES satellites measures at 5 wavelength bands. The visible channel ( µm) has a nominal 1-km resolution; the infrared channels ( µm, µm, µm, and 12 µm) have 4-km resolution.