Watanabe, "Digital terrain model of JERS-1
data for ASTER VNIR stereo application," IEEE Int.
synthetic aperture radar data for vegetation mapping in the Brazilian savanna.
Sistemas opticos estereoscopicos usados para la generacion de Modelos de Elevacion Digital (MED) * SYSTEMAS TIPO DE ANGULO AREA DE TAMANO ESTEREOSCOPIA DE VISTA LA IMAGEN DEL PIXEL Spot-5 Transverso +23 60 x 60 km 5 m HRG Multitemporal -19 EROS-A Longitudinal +38 -8 13 x 13 km 1,8 to 2,4 m Pan Instantaneo -6 -27 IKONOS-II Longitudinal +/- 27 10 x 10 km 1 m Pan Instantaneo QUIKBIRD Longitudinal +/- 29 18 x 15 km 0,61 m Pan Instantaneo ASTER Longitudinal +/- 24 60 x 60 km 15 m VNIR Instantaneo JERS-1
Longitudinal +/- 24 75 x 75 km 18 m Instantaneo * Basado en Toutin, 2004 Cuadro 2.
, formally known as Japan Earth Resource Satellite, was launched in 1992 and was in use until 1998 to search for resources such as crude oil and to observe the Amazon rainforest among other areas.
1-4m ERS SAR ERS-1 1991 European 25m ERS-2 1995 space agencies JERS-1
1992 Japanese 18m space agency Radarsat Radarsat-1 1995 Canadian 8-100m space agency Satellite Spectral Range Price per Square Mile Landsat series visible light (red, green, $.
Radar satellite data is available from a number of sources, including Canada's Radarsat International, Japan's JERS-1
, and the European Space Agency's ERS-1.
PHOTO : The photos are examples of simulated JERS-1
ENVI's open architecture makes it easy to work with LANDSAT, SPOT, ERS-1, IRS, JERS-1
, DMSP, AVHRR, AVIRIS, GERIS, GEOSCAN, HYDICE, SIR-C/X-SAR, and virtually any other type of image data.
(Fuyo-1) was a Japanese Earth observation satellite.
NASDA officials said the JERS-1
, known in Japanese as Fuyo No.
There is no archived coverage of AHI glaciers by JERS-1
, the Japanese Earth Resources Satellite that operated from 1992 to 1998.
This KAIST upgrade will use visible data from SPOT, JERS-1
and MOS-1 sensors as well as synthetic aperture radar data from JERS-1