Validation of SCIAMACHY by international space station based instruments
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The International Space Station will fly simultaneously with important Earth Observation programmes and satellites. Most notably the ESA ENVISAT satellite will fly an extended atmospheric chemistry payload which will require a complete validation exercise. Among these instruments, the three-national SCIAMACHY atmospheric sounders presents commonalties with SAGE III which is already manifested on the ISS, the validation possibilities are discussed from an orbital point of view while a brief description of the capabilities of both instruments is given.
CitationMuller, C. (1996). Validation of SCIAMACHY by international space station based instruments. , ESA-SP 385: Proceeding of the First European Symposium on the Utilization of the International Space Station, Issue 385, 619-622,