13 March 1997
Satellite Radar Interferometry from Scientific American online.
06 March 1997
Special funding has been allocated by Germany to perform ozone measurements close to the North Pole with the GOME instrument on-board the ESA ERS-2 satellite. The campaign duration is January 25 1997 through end of March 1997. In this framework data is now specifically acquired by the Kiruna station from the GOME instrument, transferred in real-time to the University of Bremen and processed immediately there. Already four hours after sensing data is available online. The products show the OZONE profile obtained from a subset of the 10 Kiruna orbits. Open GOME - CHORUS campaign.
05 March 1997
Next week, during a 3 days ERS-1 instrument check-out, some areas in the visibility of Canadian and ESA stations and ground stations in Cordoba, O'Higgins, and Taiwan will be covered by ERS-1 and ERS-2 SAR in parallel.
06 February 1997
The data acquired in May 1996 by the ERS-1 sensor presents an anomaly: the image data is shifted by about 6.5 Km in azimuth compared with the nominal expected frame (while the latitude/longitude annotated in the product corresponds to the nominal expected frame). The anomaly can be partially compensated by the ESA/ESRIN ERS service. If necessary and behind specific request re-processing of data could be comtemplated. In turn new orders will be processed directly with a compensation method. Please note that only RAW, PRI, SLC and SLC-I products can be accepted for that timespan. For information the orbits concerned are 25203 to 25479. For ascending satellite passes the shift takes place northwards while for descending passes it occurs southwards. For more details do not hesistate to contact EOHELP.
01 February 1997
Why can ERS SAR provide information on tropical agriculture and deforestation even when the skies are very often cloudy? How is ERS data used in the management of the Coastal Zone? How can high precision ERS SAR assist in the task of compiling and updating maps? In what ways do ERS data contribute to forecasting of marine risks such as high winds and waves, and nowca sting of sea ice? How can ERS help to assess risks and aid response to natural disasters? Want to find out more about Synthetic Aperture Radar?
30 January 1997
Three more months of data are available as online browse products - total coverage is now September-December 1995 and July-August 1996. Next month to come: September 1996. New products ABT, ASST, GST availability is delayed until June 1997.
22 January 1997
Harmonisation of SAR Products becomes effective as from January 27th 1997 -the new SLCI product can be ordered and produced.
Showing 4,791 - 4,800 of 4,948 results.