15 November 2000 Overview of the science program GCOM-A1 satellite
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Global Change Observation Mission (GCOM) is a new generation of earth observation program by NASDA. GCOM aims to derive trends in climate system by long term and systematic measurements of atmosphere, ocean, and land. GCOM-A1 is one of the first generation of GCOM satellites to be launched in 2006, which was formerly called ADEOS-3A. GCOM-A1 will carry atmospheric instruments; two Japanese, Ozone Dynamics Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ODUS), and Solar Occultation Fourier transform spectrometer from Inclined Satellite (SOFIS), and one foreign atmospheric instrument and a GPS occultation instrument.
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Makoto Suzuki, Makoto Suzuki, Kazuo Shibasaki, Kazuo Shibasaki, Haruhisa Shimoda, Haruhisa Shimoda, Toshihiro Ogawa, Toshihiro Ogawa, } "Overview of the science program GCOM-A1 satellite", Proc. SPIE 4135, Earth Observing Systems V, (15 November 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.494242; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.494242
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