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2 February 2004 Terrestrial 250-m observations with ADEOS-II Global Imager (GLI)
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The ADEOS-II satellite was successfully launched with an H-IIA rocket from Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan on December 14, 2002. Amongst the six remote sensing instruments on-board, the payload includes the Global Imager (GLI) - a 36-channel multi-spectral scanner developed by the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) for ocean, terrestrial, atmosphere and cryosphere applications. 30 bands operate with a 1 km spatial resolution, while the remaining six bands, primarily dedicated for terrestrial use, acquire data with 250 metres ground resolution at nadir. The cancellation of one of the two planned Data Relay Test Satellites (DRTS) required for data down-link however resulted in reduced acquisition capacity at 250 metre resolution and thus prompted the establishment of a dedicated 250-metre data observation strategy, which aims to optimise 250 m observations over land, and to provide spatially and temporally consistent, multi-seasonal global land coverage, on a repetitive basis during the life-time of the ADEOS-II satellite. Plans for 250 m data product generation are furthermore outlined briefly in this paper.
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Ake Rosenqvist, Naoto Matsuura, Tamotsu Igarashi, Hirokazu Yamamoto, and Yukinori Nakajima "Terrestrial 250-m observations with ADEOS-II Global Imager (GLI)", Proc. SPIE 5234, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites VII, (2 February 2004);


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