Analysis of GOME-2 slit function measurements
The study provides detailed instrument spectral response data for the GOME-2 flight model 1 (FM1) to be used in level-1b to level-2 processing (geo-physical parameter inversion from hyper-spectral radiance measurements).
05 March 2021
14 November 2018
The GOME-2 on Metop-C was calibrated on ground during the course of the 2nd half of 2017. The calibration measurement data acquired for the spectral response of the instruments 4096 channels of the main detectors has been analysed by the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), UK. RAL has already carried out similar analysis for the GOME-2 Metop-A and B instruments.
The result of this analysis is transferred to a final key-data package which will be used predominantly by users of level-1b for level-2 retrievals.
The study analyses, in detail, the required correction (straylight, spectral assignment) of the raw calibration measurement data, before applying a complex model for the final ISRF derivation (Figure 1).
The study also provides estimates of the impact on ozone profile retrieval accuracy through the derived ISRF error estimates (Figure 2).
Validation of ASCAT measurements over cold target regions
Validation of ASCAT measurements over cold target regions.
A platform-independent modular software tool for assessing and monitoring the geolocation accuracy of medium to high resolution optical sensors.
Study of Atmospheric Motion Vector speed biases in the tropics
Investigating AMV speed biases anomalies observed in the tropics and extratropics.
ATDnet network redesign feasibility study
This study examined the Met Office lightning location network (ATDnet) with respect to requirements for the forthcoming Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) Lightning Imager (LI) instrument.
Comparison of ground-based LLS network data to ISS-LIS in MTG LI domain
This study compares data from the Lightning Imaging Sensor flown on the International Space Station (ISS-LIS) with various ground based lightning detection systems, in preparation for the Lightning Imager (LI) onboard the Meteosat Third Generation Imaging satellite (MTG-I).