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The SMOS satellite mission, launched in 2009, allows global soil moisture estimations to be made using the L-band Microwave Emission of the Biosphere (L-MEB) model, which simulates the L-band microwave emissions produced by the soil–vegetation layer. This model was calibrated using various sources of in situ and airborne data. In the present study, we(More)
Only a few impact craters have been unambiguously detected on Titan by the Cassini-Huygens mission. Among these, Sinlap is the only one that has been observed both by the RADAR and VIMS instruments. This paper describes observations at centimeter and infrared wavelengths which provide complementary information about the composition, topography, and 45(More)
Introduction: The SAR imaging mode of the Cas-sini Radar instrument allows to map the surface of Titan with a high-resolution [1]. The first Cassini close flyby Ta was acquired on 26 October 2004 and revealed a complex surface, with areas of low relief and dome-like volcanic constructs, flows and sinuous channels [1]. In particular, channels and fan-like(More)
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