JERS-1, launched in Feb 1992 and ended in Oct 1998, was a joint Japanese radar/optical mission with NASDA/JAXA lead. The overall objectives were the generation of global data sets with SAR and OPS sensors aimed at surveying resources, establishing an integrated Earth observation system, verifying instrument/system performances.
The mission applications focused on survey of geological phenomena, land usage, observation of coastal regions, geologic maps, environment and disaster monitoring and demonstration of two-pass SAR interferometry for change detection.
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28 March 2002
The JERS SAR PRI Products Calibration document is available in the Earthnet Online Library.
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