Achieving sub-pixel geolocation accuracy in support of MODIS land science

@inproceedings{Wolfe2002AchievingSG,
  title={Achieving sub-pixel geolocation accuracy in support of MODIS land science},
  author={Robert E. Wolfe and Masahiro Nishihama and Albert J. Fleig and J. Kuyper and David P. Roy and James C. Storey and Fred Patt},
  year={2002}
}
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) was launched in December 1999 on the polar orbiting Terra spacecraft and since February 2000 has been acquiring daily global data in 36 spectral bands—29 with 1 km, five with 500 m, and two with 250 m nadir pixel dimensions. The Terra satellite has on-board exterior orientation (position and attitude) measurement systems designed to enable geolocation of MODIS data to approximately 150 m (1r) at nadir. A global network of ground control… CONTINUE READING
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