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14 October 2005 Ozone monitoring instrument in-flight performance and calibration
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The Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) was launched on 15 July 2004 on NASA's EOS AURA satellite. The OMI instrument is an ultraviolet-visible imaging spectrograph that uses two-dimensional CCD detectors to register both the spectrum and the swath perpendicular to the flight direction with a 115 degrees wide swath, which enables global daily ground coverage with high spatial resolution. This paper presents a number of in-flight radiometric and spectral instrument performance and calibration results.
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M. Dobber, R. Dirksen, P. Levelt, B. van den Oord, R. Voors, Q. Kleipool, G. Jaross, and M. Kowalewski "Ozone monitoring instrument in-flight performance and calibration", Proc. SPIE 5962, Optical Design and Engineering II, 59621L (14 October 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.624212
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