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  • Data - Other

    Data - Other

    Data registration and proposals profile

    Access your profile to see your requested data products or registrations and proposals you have submitted. An active EO-SSO account is required.

  • Data - Other

    Data - Other

    EO-SSO registration

    Learn how to register an EO-SSO account, which is required to access some data and submit proposals for data.

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    Proba-1 CHRIS Level 1A

    CHRIS acquires a set of up to five images of each target during each acquisition sequence, these images are acquired when Proba-1 is pointing at...

  • Mission - Third Party Missions

    Mission - Third Party Missions

    PROBA-1

    PROBA-1 is a technology demonstration satellite that later became an operational Earth observation mission.

  • Campaign

    Campaign

    SPARC

    ESA's SPectra bARrax Campaign (SPARC) activity was part of the preparatory study for a proposed ESA Earth Explorer mission called SPECTRA. The objective was to collect a CHRIS/PROBA reference dataset for SPECTRA-related studies.

  • Data - Data Catalogues

    Data - Data Catalogues

    EO CAT

    EO CAT is the Next Generation Earth Observation system designed to manage end-user Earth Observation services.

  • Data - Data Catalogues

    Data - Data Catalogues

    FedEO

    FedEO provides a unique entry point to a number of scientific catalogues and services for, but not limited to, European and Canadian missions.

  • Data - Data Download

    Data - Data Download

    TPM LOADS

    Download data from TPMs through the ESA TPM Online Dissemination system. The data is freely available to registered EO-SSO users.

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    The PROBA Satellite Star Tracker Performance

    This article gives a description of the PROBA ASC (Advanced Stellar Compass) and its various aspects and applications.

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    The Compact High Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (CHRIS)- The Future of Hyperspectral Satellite ---

    This article gives a description of the CHRIS/PROBA system and compares it with an ocean colour satellite sensors and airborne spectrometers.

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    The PROBA-CHRIS Mission- A Low-Cost Smallsat for Hyperspectral, Multi-Angle, Observation of the ---

    This article gives a description of the CHRIS/PROBA mission.

  • Document - Product Readme Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Readme Note

    Comparing Three Canopy Reflectance Models with Hyperspectral Multi-Angular Satellite Data

    This article appeared in the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS 2007. 404-407, Vol. XXXVI, part 7/C50) and in the proceedings of }10th International Symposium on Physical Measurements and Spectral Signatures in Remote Sensing} held on 12-14 March 2007 in Davos, Switzerland.

  • Document - Product Readme Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Readme Note

    Mapping of chlorophyll and suspended particulate matter maps from CHRIS imagery of the Oostende ---

    This article analyzes an image set created by CHRIS/PROBA.

  • Document - Product Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Document

    Assessment of Canopy Structure and Heterogeneity from Multi-Angular CHRIS-PROBA Data

    The spaceborne ESA-mission CHRIS-PROBA (Compact High Resolution Imaging Spectrometer-Project for On-board Autonomy) provides hyperspectral and multi-angular data of selected terrestrial targets (Barnsley et al. 2004). For vegetated surfaces, the spectral information content of CHRIS data may yield the biochemical and biophysical properties of a vegetation canopy, while the directional component may deliver additional information on its canopy structure. Here, the multi-angular CHRIS observations are investigated and related to surface structure using the parametric Rahman-Pinty-Verstraete (RPV) model. RPV parameters, in particular the Minnaert function parameter k, are able to quantify the anisotropy of surface reflectance, which in turn is sensitive to the structure and heterogeneity of the observed surface. Thus to investigate the potential of multi-angular high spatial resolution data for delivering quantitative surface structure information the retrieved values of the k parameter are compared with proxies derived from detailed LIDAR observations describing the 3-D canopy structure of the target site.

  • Document - User Guide

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - User Guide

    ESA's Earth Observation Third Party Missions - Data Access Guide

    The scope of this guide is to help users identify the various types of data that are available from the Third Party Missions, the applications that the data may be used for, and the procedures required for access - including registration, search, selection and retrieval of the data of interest.

  • Document - Technical Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Technical Note

    Note on CHRIS Acquisition Procedure and Image Geometry

    The aim of this document is to clarify the acquisition procedure CHRIS on-board the PROBA satellite. It provides a detailed description of the acquisition procedure and summarises the implications for the geometrical properties of the CHRIS images.

  • Document - Proceedings

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Proceedings

    Hyperspectral Workshop 2010

    Proceedings of the Hyperspectral Workshop 2010 held on 17-18 March 2010 in ESA-ESRIN, Frascati, Italy. This workshop was organised by the European Space Agency (ESA), the German Aerospace Center (DLR)/the German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ) and the Italian Space Agency (ASI).

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    Overview of an Intelligent Sensorweb for Integrated Earth Sensing Project

    Overview of an Intelligent Sensorweb for Integrated Earth Sensing Project

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    Earth from Space - 5 Years of Proba

    ESA's Project for On-Board Autonomy (Proba) spacecraft is one of the most advanced small satellites ever flown in space. Launced on 22 October 2001 as a technology demonstrator mission in ESA's General Support Technology Programme (GSTP), it is now operated under the Earth Observation Third Party Mission scheme. This feature presents images acquired by Proba's CHRIS and HRC instruments around the world.

  • Tools - Processing

    1 July 2019

    Tools - Processing

    HDFclean

    HDFclean is a program for reprocessing images stored in the HDF file format. The intended use is to tidy up images of the Earth captured by the CHRIS hyper-spectral imager onboard the PROBA satellite