This document describes the work packages, and focusses on the newer results obtained in the second half of phase A of ESRIN contract No. 18809/05-I-LG. This work is focussing on the SCIAMACHY instrument aboard Envisat.
The Atmospheric Toolbox (previously known as BEAT) is a collection of executable tools and API, developed to facilitate the utilisation, viewing and processing of e.g. GOMOS, MIPAS, SCIAMACHY and GOME data.
This Technical Note (TN) is the third volume in the trilogy of the SCIAMACHY Operation Concept TNs describing the basic knowledge about SCIAMACHY operations planning. It served prior to launch as input to the development of the ENVISAT ground segment, in particular to those systems that are required for mission planning and timelining.
This Technical Note (TN) is the second volume in the trilogy of the SCIAMACHY Operation Concept TNs describing the basic knowledge about SCIAMACHY operations planning. It serves as input to the development of the ENVISAT ground segment, in particular to those systems that are required for mission planning and scheduling.
This Technical Note (TN) describes the operational aspects of the in-orbit phase of the atmospheric science instrument SCIAMACHY (Scanning Imaging Absorption Spectrometeor Atmospheric Chartography) on-board the ESA ENVISAT mission. Following ENVISAT's fatal anomaly on April 8, 2012 and the unsuccessful recovery actions, the ENVISAT mission had been declared as ended by ESA on May 9, 2012.
The purpose of this document is to help users identify the various types of data that are available from the ENVISAT, ERS-1 and ERS-2 Earth observing satellites, the kind of applications that the data may be used for and, importantly, the practical procedures required for access - including user registration and then search, selection and retrieval or ordering of the data of interest.
The purpose of this document is to define the guidelines to be followed for the formatting of the ENVISAT-1 Products, in order to get a consistent set of Payload Data Segment products, in terms of format, throughout the whole ENVISAT-1 mission.