4 November 2003 GOME-2: the calibration results of the first flight model
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Since 1995 GOME-1 is measuring ozone (total column and profile), nitrogen dioxide and other minor trace gases on-board of ERS-2. An advanced GOME-2 instrument will fly on the METOP satellites. The GOME-2 measurements will provide the input for the ozone data record in the timeframe 2005 to 2020 provided by the EUMETSAT Polar System. The on-ground calibration of the instrument encompasses spectral, absolute radiance and irradiance calibrations as well as polarization, straylight, and slit function characerization. Main results of the first flight model are discussed.
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Joerg Callies, Joerg Callies, Enrico Corpaccioli, Enrico Corpaccioli, Michael Eisinger, Michael Eisinger, Alain Lefebvre, Alain Lefebvre, Rose Munro, Rose Munro, Abelardo Perez-Albinana, Abelardo Perez-Albinana, Barbara Ricciarelli, Barbara Ricciarelli, Demetrio Labate, Demetrio Labate, Annalisa Capanni, Annalisa Capanni, Rubes Veratti, Rubes Veratti, Gerard Otter, Gerard Otter, Martin Eschen, Martin Eschen, Pepijn Kenter, Pepijn Kenter, Luud van Riel, Luud van Riel, } "GOME-2: the calibration results of the first flight model", Proc. SPIE 5156, Ultraviolet Ground- and Space-based Measurements, Models, and Effects III, (4 November 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.504469; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.504469
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