Yasushi Mitomi

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to estimate changes in the radiometric response of both sensors. While the 2009 campaign (VCC 2009) indicated significant initial degradation in the sensors compared to the prelaunch values, the results presented here show that the stability of the sensors has improved with time. The largest changes were seen in the 0.76 μm oxygen A-band for TANSO-FTS and(More)
— An analysis of ocean color temperature scanner [(OCTS) on board the advanced earth observation satellite (ADEOS)] spectral radiance data was performed for retrieving global distributions ofÅngström factor and exponent, which represent the aerosol optical thickness at a reference wavelength (500 nm in our study) and a spectral dependence of the optical(More)
Greenhouse gases Observing SATellite (GOSAT) is a Japanese MOE/NIES/JAXA joint program to observe greenhouse gases, such as CO 2 and CH 4 , from space. The GOSAT will be launched in 2008. The GOSAT carries a Fourier transform spectrometer and a push broom imager. The GOSAT development is going on in phase-C/D and characterized the sensor performance in(More)
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