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2 October 2014 The GeoTASO airborne spectrometer project
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The NASA ESTO-funded Geostationary Trace gas and Aerosol Sensor Optimization (GeoTASO) development project demonstrates a reconfigurable multi-order airborne spectrometer and tests the performance of spectra separation and filtering on the sensor spectral measurements and subsequent trace gas and aerosol retrievals. The activities support mission risk reduction for the UV-Visible air quality measurements from geostationary orbit for the TEMPO and GEMS missions1 . The project helps advance the retrieval algorithm readiness through retrieval performance tests using scene data taken with varying sensor parameters. We report initial results of the project.
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J. W. Leitch, T. Delker, W. Good, L. Ruppert, F. Murcray, K. Chance, X. Liu, C. Nowlan, S. J. Janz, N. A. Krotkov, K. E. Pickering, M. Kowalewski, and J. Wang "The GeoTASO airborne spectrometer project", Proc. SPIE 9218, Earth Observing Systems XIX, 92181H (2 October 2014);


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