SEASAT


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AcronymDefinition
SEASATSea Satellite (earth satellite dedicated to oceanographic applications)
SEASATSea Surveillance Satellite
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Aunque SIR-A (Shuttle Imaging Radar) obtuvo imagenes con geometria diferente a aquellas obtenidas con el Seasat SAR, durante 1984 y 1994, las misiones de radar del Shuttle liderizaron los avances en capacidad multiespectral y multipolarizacion, culminando en el sistema de radar interferometrico que opero en la mision del Shuttle del ano 2000.
Although Seasat 1 suffered an electrical failure about 3 1/2 months after launch, the information already accumulated proved extremely valuable for fishery, maritime, and weather applications.
Radar scans from Seasat on 16 Aug 1978, ERS-2 on 7 Aug 1996, and Sentinel-1 on 20 Aug 2014 show glacier edges in southeast Greenland.
Don Osborne, MDA s group vice president of Information Systems said, MDA has played a leadership role in advancing space technology since the Company s inception, and have many notable achievements, including the processing of the Seasat image.
Seasat A/S, the Danish communications services provider, focused in delivering reliable broadband, television and voice services for the maritime market declared that it has been given a multiyear contract with Maersk Supply Service.
Bennett, "Digital processing of SEASAT SAR data," IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech & Signal Processing, Vol.
satellite called Seasat, may also enhance the encyclopedia.
Seasat A/S will install and commission the systems as well as provide service and support to the vessels.
The discovery of these lines, which in the east central Pacific span an area the size of the continental United States, could not have been made without the large-scale view available for the first time from Seasat, says Haxby.
Danish service provider Seasat has won a three-year contract for supplying nearly 60 VSAT systems to Maersk Supply Service vessels.
After receiving a doctorate in physics from the University of Colorado, Boulder, Chelton moved to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, in 1980 to analyze newly available data from Seasat.
Marsh's group worked with data collected during the flights of GEOS-3 (Geodetic Earth Observing Satellite) launched in 1975 and the SEASAT satellite launched in 1978.