Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer detection assembly design and performance

@article{Coppo2014SeaAL,
  title={Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer detection assembly design and performance},
  author={Paolo Coppo and Carmine Mastrandrea and Moreno Stagi and Luciano Calamai and Jens Nieke},
  journal={Journal of Applied Remote Sensing},
  year={2014},
  volume={8}
}
The Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometers (SLSTRs) are high-accuracy radiometers selected for the Copernicus mission Sentinel-3 space component to provide sea surface temperature (SST) data continuity with respect to previous (Advanced) Along Track Scanning Radiometers [(A)ATSRs] for climatology. Many satellites are foreseen over a 20-year period, each with a 7.5-year lifetime. Sentinel-3A will be launched in 2015 and Sentinel-3B at least six months later, implying that two identical… CONTINUE READING

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