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  • Tools - Apps

    Tools - Apps

    Heritage Missions app for iOS

    Download the Heritage Missions application to discover what the missions were about, how it worked and what the elements of the space and ground segment that make these missions unique.

  • Tools - Apps

    Tools - Apps

    Heritage Missions app for Android

    Download the Heritage Missions application to discover what the missions were about, how it worked and what the elements of the space and ground segment that make these missions unique.

  • Instrument - Spectrometers/Radiometers

    Instrument - Spectrometers/Radiometers

    ATSR

    The Along Track Scanning Radiometer (ATSR) on board ERS-1 and ERS-2 mission consisted of two instruments, an Infra-Red Radiometer and a Microwave Sounder.

  • Mission - Heritage Missions

    Mission - Heritage Missions

    Envisat

    Envisat was ESA's successor to ERS. Envisat carried ten instruments aboard for a wide range of Earth observing fields. The mission was operational from 2002 to 2012.

  • Mission - Heritage Missions

    Mission - Heritage Missions

    ERS

    The ERS programme was composed of two missions, ERS-1 and ERS-2, which together observed the Earth for 20 years, from 1991 to 2011.

  • Data - Campaigns data

    Data - Campaigns data

    Request campaigns data

    Request data acquired during airborne campaigns, many of which were conducted in support of ESA missions.

  • Activity - Quality

    Activity - Quality

    SEOM CAWA

    The Advanced Clouds, Aerosols and WAter vapour products for Sentinel-3/OLCI project aims to develop and improve the advanced atmospheric retrieval algorithms developed for MERIS and OLCI instruments.

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-12

    Pigment index, sediment and gelbstoff retrieval

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-18

    PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY AVAILABLE RADIATION (PAR)

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-15

    MERIS aerosol remote sensing over land

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-22

    MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-1

    MERIS Cloud Albedo and Cloud Optical Thickness

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-10

    Land Surface Products

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-0

    Introduction to MERIS Level 2 ATBDs

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-01

    CLOUD ALBEDO AND CLOUD OPTICAL THICKNESS

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-06

    BRIGHT PIXEL ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-7

    Atmospheric Correction over the Ocean (Case 1 Waters)

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-25

    Alternative Atmospheric Correction Procedure for Case 2 Water Remote Sensing using MERIS

  • Tools - Processing

    Tools - Processing

    AMORGOS

    The AMORGOS tool generates accurate geo-location GOS E information (longitude, latitude, altitude) for each MERIS pixel.

  • Tools - Analysis, Processing

    Tools - Analysis, Processing

    Optical Data processor of the European Space Agency

    ODESA system provides a complete Level 2 processing environment for the MERIS instrument and future Sentinel-3 optical sensors.