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  • Document - Product Cal/Val Plan/Report

    Document - Product Cal/Val Plan/Report

    ERS-2 GOME Data Products Delta Characterisation Report 1999

    The Delta Validation Campaign 1999 was organised to provide an independent characterisation of the recent upgrades of the GDP level-0-to-1 and level-1-to-2 segments. Main emphasis was given to the global quality assessment of new NO2 column amounts, but other major GDP changes were investigated as well.

  • Document - Product Readme Note

    Document - Product Readme Note

    Readme file for GOME Level 2 version 5 products

    Readme file for ERS GOME Level 2 version 5 products

  • Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    GOME Scan Mirror Positions Analysis

    Poster presented at ESAMS symposium ESTEC, The Netherlands 18-22 January 1999

  • Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    GOME Wavelength Calibration lamp degradation analysis

    Poster presented at ESAMS symposium ESTEC, The Netherlands 18-22 January 1999

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    Long Term Monitoring of GOME Diffuser Reflectivity and Dark Signal Analysis

    Long Term Monitoring of GOME Diffuser Reflectivity and Dark Signal Analysis

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    The GOME Thermal Environment

    Long Term Monitoring Of The GOME Thermal Environment

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    Long-term monitoring of the GOME thermal environment - 1995-2002

    In this document the analysis of the GOME thermal environment aboard ERS-2 during lifetime was updated to cover the period April 1995 - March 2002, for the pre-disperser prism, the radiator, the four charge amplifiers, the scan unit electronics and motor, the DDHU DC/DC converter and the DDHU Peltier board.

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    GOME Instrument Performance Monitoring by using LED Measurements

    GOME Instrument Performance Monitoring by using LED Measurements

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    GOME Diffuser Reflectivity and Dark Signal Analysis

    GOME Diffuser Reflectivity and Dark Signal Analysis - detailed description on algorithms for data analysis

  • Document - User Guide

    Document - User Guide

    GOME Users Manual

    Describes the GOME instrument, its features and limitations, and the satellite and supporting ground system.

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    GOME Level 0 to 1 Algorithms Description

    After 11 years of GOME measurements, with the instrument still in good shape, ESA has decided on the first complete Level 0-to-1 processing of the entire GOME data set. The main driver for this reprocessing has been the gaps in GDP solar calibration spectra over long time periods, caused by pointing issues on the ERS-2 platform. The new GDP contains improved limit checking on solar spectra, improved line selection for better spectral calibration stability, and algorithmic changes described in this document. The precision error on the solar spectrum has been reformulated, and severaloptions have been updated in the GDP extraction software, following the CHEOPS-GOME study. This comprises improved Peltier crosstalk correction in Band 1a, seasonal correction on BSDF, improvement in Polarisation Correction, and a new degradation correction of Earthshine Reflectivity. As for the Fifth Issue, we maintained the older algorithm descriptions and added the new ones to the end of each chapter.

  • Document - Product Document

    Document - Product Document

    GOME Ozone Fast Delivery Service Product Guide- A Data User Programme Project

    A Fast Delivery Service is developed by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) to provide to Users the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment (GOME, on board of ESA ERS-2 satellite) ozone products within 3 hours after observation. This Service meets the growing demand (by operational meteorology, laboratories, ...) for ozone products for purposes like: assimilation in numerical weather prediction models, radiation forecasts, planning of experiments related to atmospheric chemistry research.