25 April 2014 Remote sensing of water clouds temperature with an infrared camera on board the International Space Station in the frame of Japan Experiment Module-Extreme Universe Space Observatory mission
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The Extreme Universe Space Observatory (EUSO) is an astronomical telescope that will be hosted by the Japan Experiment Module (JEM) on the International Space Station. The telescope will determine ultrahigh-energy cosmic ray properties by measuring the UV fluorescence light generated in the interaction between the cosmic rays and the atmosphere. Therefore, cloud information is crucial for a proper interpretation of the data. To obtain the cloud top height, an infrared (IR) camera is being designed. The design is constrained by JEM-EUSO requirements, which have led to a bi-spectral camera option (10.8- and 12-
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Susana Briz, Susana Briz, Antonio J. de Castro, Antonio J. de Castro, Isabel Fernández-Gómez, Isabel Fernández-Gómez, Irene Rodríguez, Irene Rodríguez, Fernando López, Fernando López, } "Remote sensing of water clouds temperature with an infrared camera on board the International Space Station in the frame of Japan Experiment Module-Extreme Universe Space Observatory mission," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 8(1), 084990 (25 April 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.8.084990 . Submission:
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