|Date of Launch:|
|11 February 1992|
|Out of service since October 1998|
The JERS-1 Optical System (OPS) is composed of a Very Near Infrared Radiometer (VNIR) and a Short Wave Infrared Radiometer (SWIR). The instrument has 8 observable spectral bands from visible to short wave infrared.
The JERS-1 OPS products are available in GeoTIFF format. These products are available only for the VNIR sensor. All four bands are corrected. The correction consists in a vertical and horizontal destriping, the radiometry values are expanded from the range [0,63] to the range [0,255]. No geometrical correction is applied on level 1. The pixel size of approximately 18 x 24.2 metres for raw data is newly dimensioned to 18 x 18 metres for System Corrected data using a cubic convolution algorithm.
- Cloud coverage for JERS OPS products has not been computed using an algorithm. The cloud cover assignment was performed manually by operators at the acquisition stations.
- Due to missing attitude information, the Nadir looking band (band 3) and the corresponding forward looking band (band 4) are not well coregistered, resulting in some accuracy limitations.
- The quality control was not performed systematically for each frame. A subset of the entire JERS Optical dataset was selected and manually checked. As a result of this, users may occasionally encounter issues with some of the individual products.
90 N, 90 S, 95 W, 130 E
|Temporal coverage:||13/08/1992 - 08/10/1998|
|Current Processor Version:||2.01|
ESA Heritage Data Programme, 2018, JERS-1 Optical Sensor Very Near Infrared Radiometer System Corrected Products. Version 1.0. European Space Agency. https://doi.org/10.5270/JE1-cerzmcu