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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, Enrico Corpaccioli, Michael Eisinger, Alain Lefebvre, Rose Munro, Abelardo Perez-Albinana, Barbara Ricciarelli, Demetrio Labate, Annalisa Capanni, Rubes Veratti, Gerard Otter, Martin Eschen, Pepijn Kenter, and 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); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.504469
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