The data products supplied by DMCII are derived from images acquired by the DMC satellites. The primary payload on the DMC satellites is the SLIM-6 imager manufactured by SSTL, UK. This manual will aid users in their analysis of the data products to maximise the information they can extract from the DMC images by providing a thorough description of the data products, the imaging payload, the calibration procedure and the orthorectification process.
The critical design review was completed in June 1983. Prototype model of MOS-1 is now being manufactured. Based on the results of the review, this document was revised to facilitate the design of the ground stations for acquisition and process of MOS-1 data.
The MOS-1 digital products are recorded on Computer Compatible Tapes (CCTs) in a format that is conformed to the Standard Family Format (SFF) conventions. This format has been recommended by the Landsat Technical Working Group (LTWG) and the Committee on Earth Observation Systems (CEOS). The SFF allows to read the same software data on CCTs that have been generated by different stations.
The MOS-1 digital products are recorded on Computer Compatible Tapes (CCTs) in a form.at that is conformed to the Standard Family Format (SFF) conventions. This format has been recommended by the Landsat Technical Working Group (LTWG) and the Committee on Earth Observation Systems (CEOS) . The SFF allows to read the same software data on CCTs that have been generated by different stations.
The KOMPSAT-2 Image data Manual was designed and produced by KARI.This document intends for users of data supplied by KOMPSAT-2, andincludes basic information about the KOMPSAT-2 system, processing& specification of KOMPSAT-2 imagery data and a brief overview& evaluated values of the theoretical concepts of imagequality.
The Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) 10-Year Implementation Plan, endorsed by nearly 60 governments and the European Commission on 16 February 2005, is designed to qualitatively improve our understanding of the Earth system, markedly enhancing global policy- and decision-making abilities to promote the environment, human health, safety, and welfare.
The Earth Images Catalogue (LEDA - on-Line Earthnet Data Availability) is a catalogue of remotely-sensed satellite imagery. It consists of four general series of images: LANDSAT, NOAA/TIROS, Marine Observation Satellites series (MOS), and Nimbus-7. This guide describes the catalogue and how to use it.
The Dragon Programme is a cooperation between ESA and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of the P.R. China. This 2011 Dragon 2 Programme brochure presents the activities undertaken since the formal start of programme that was in April 2008 in Beijing, P.R. China.