Sensor calibration and characterization relies on models, measurements, and analysis to provide the needed data to derive results. Coupled with the models, measurements and analysis are estimates of errors and uncertainties that show how well the results are understood.

Session Chair: James Peterson, USU/Space Dynamics Laboratory

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2013
Wednesday, August 21st
12:00 AM

A Study of Out-of-band Uncertainties for On-orbit Ocean Color Measurements Based on Laser Calibration of Flight Radiometers

Steven W. Brown, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Ping-Shine Shaw, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keith R. Lykke, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Joel McCorkel, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Kurt Thome, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Xiaoxiong (Jack) Xiong, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Robert A. Barnes, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

12:00 AM

Comparison of Full-resolution S-NPP CRIS Radiance with Radiative Transfer Calculations

Xu Liu, NASA Langley Research Center
W. Wu, NASA Langley Research Center
S. Kizer, NASA Langley Research Center
H. Li, NASA Langley Research Center
D. K. Zhou, NASA Langley Research Center
A. M. Larar, NASA Langley Research Center

12:00 AM

Lifetime Intra-Constellation Calibration of the RapidEye Sensors over PICS

Cody Anderson, RapidEye
Michael Thiele, RapidEye
Andreas Brunn, RapidEye

12:00 AM

S – NPP VIIRS On-orbit Uncertainty Estimate for Emissive Bands

Jeff McIntire, VCST, Sigma Space Corporation
Boryana Efremova, VCST, Sigma Space Corporation
Xiaoxiong (Jack) Xiong, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

12:00 AM