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2015 IEEE Aerospace Conference
In this paper we present a GEO instrument concept dedicated to monitoring the Earth's global spectral reflectance with a high revisit rate. Based on our measurement goals, the ideal instrument needs to be highly sensitive (SNR>100) and to achieve global coverage with spectral sampling (≤10nm) and spatial sampling (≤1km) over a large bandwidth (380-2510 nm) with a revisit time (≥3×/day) sufficient to fully measure the spectral-radiometric-spatial evolution of clouds and confounding factor duringdoi:10.1109/aero.2015.7119009 fatcat:4imq5ew22ja7fn2yfvzg5fitvq