Solar infrared occultation observations by SPICAM experiment on Mars-Express: Simultaneous measurements of the vertical distributions of H2O, CO2 and aerosol

@inproceedings{Fedorova2009SolarIO,
  title={Solar infrared occultation observations by SPICAM experiment on Mars-Express: Simultaneous measurements of the vertical distributions of H2O, CO2 and aerosol},
  author={Anna Fedorova and Oleg Korablev and Jean-Loup Bertaux and Alexander V. Rodin and Franck Montmessin and Denis V. Belyaev and Aur{\'e}lie Reberac},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract The infrared AOTF spectrometer is a part of the SPICAM experiment onboard the Mars-Express ESA mission. The instrument has a capability of solar occultations and operates in the spectral range of 1–1.7 μm with a spectral resolution of ∼3.5 cm−1. We report results from 24 orbits obtained during MY28 at L s 130°–160°, and the latitude range of 40°–55° N. For these orbits the atmospheric density from 1.43 μm CO2 band, water vapor mixing ratio based on 1.38 μm absorption, and aerosol… CONTINUE READING

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