Aquarius: A Mission to Monitor Sea Surface Salinity from Space

@article{Vine2006AquariusAM,
  title={Aquarius: A Mission to Monitor Sea Surface Salinity from Space},
  author={D. M. Le Vine and Fernando A. Pellerano and G. S. E. Lagerloef and Simon H. Yueh and Roberto Colomb},
  journal={2006 IEEE MicroRad},
  year={2006},
  pages={87-90}
}
Aquarius is a combination passive/active L-band microwave instrument being developed to map the surface salinity field of the oceans from space. It is part of the Aquarius/SAC-D mission, a partnership between the USA (NASA) and Argentina (CONAE) with launch scheduled for early in 2009. The primary science objective of this mission is to monitor the seasonal and interannual variation of the large scale features of the surface salinity field in the open ocean with a spatial resolution of 150 km… CONTINUE READING

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