15 November 2000 Conceptual design of the Ozone Dynamics Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ODUS) on the Global Change Observation Mission (GCOM)-A1 satellite
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The Ozone Dynamics Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ODUS) is a satellite-borne, nadir-looking ultraviolet spectrometer for measuring total ozone amount. It will be launched in 2006 onboard Japanese earth observation satellite GCOM-A1 (GCOM : Global Change Observation Mission). The ODUS instrument measures continuous spectrum from 306 to 420nm with 0.5nm spectral step and 20km spatial resolution, using an Ebert-type polychromator and an one-dimensional silicon CMOS array detector, which will improve the accuracy of the retrieved total ozone amount. This paper presents an overview of the ODUS instrument and performance.
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Yasuji Yamamoto, Akihiko Kuze, Takahiro Kawashima, Kazuo Shibasaki, Makoto Suzuki, Takuki Sano, and Toshihiro Ogawa "Conceptual design of the Ozone Dynamics Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ODUS) on the Global Change Observation Mission (GCOM)-A1 satellite", Proc. SPIE 4135, Earth Observing Systems V, (15 November 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.494239; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.494239
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