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MISR radiometric uncertainty analyses and their utilization within geophysical retrievals
The Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) is to be launched with the Earth Observing System EOS-AM1 spacecraft in 1999. Demanding specifications include a requirement that the instrument be calibrated, and placed on an accurate radiometric scale, to within 3 % uncertainty, for incident radiances near the upper end of a camera's dynamic range. Contributing factors to the uncertainty in radiance measurements include signal-to-noise ratio, goodness of fit of the calibration data to adoi:10.1088/0026-1394/35/4/61 fatcat:qpurjsmlg5cbbjm2mww5nhbmjm