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Reduction and use of data obtained by TIROS meteorological satellites

Reduction and use of data obtained by TIROS meteorological satellites

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Published by World Meteorological Organization in Geneva .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(prepared by the National Weather Satellite Center of the United States Weather Bureau at the request of the WMO Executive Committee Panel of Experts on Artificial Satellites).
SeriesTechnical note -- no.49, WMO -- no.131.T.P.58
ContributionsNational weather Satellite Center., World Meteorological Organization. Executive Committee Panel of Experts on Artifical Satellites.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 58p.
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14151667M

  Produced in the early s by R.C.A., this NASA film shows the TIROS satellite program. The film was made by the Reid H. Ray Studios of Minneapolis, Minnesota and features a detailed examination. First Weather Satellite: (TIROS) Initiated by ARPA in and transferred to NASA in , the Television and Infrared Observations Satellites (TIROS) program became the prototype for the current global systems used for weather reporting, forecasting and research by the Defense Department, NASA and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric.

TIROS-1 provided the first steps leading to today’s remarkable high resolution products for all of us to see from JPSS and the GOES-R series. The history, development, and evolution of early satellite systems and applications for operational use will be presented from the Author: Gerald Dittberner. The other carried the AVCS (Advanced Vidicon Camera System) that could store images and then send them to Command and Data Acquisition (CDA) stations. The Museum's artifact is a flight qualified spare of an APT version of the TOS spacecraft and was transferred to the Museum from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in

Abstract. The paper describes the evolution of attitude control techniques within the framework of the TIROS weather satellite program, starting in about , which led to a particularly simple stabilization system used in the operational weather satellite system now being implemented for the United States Weather Bureau by NASA and by: 4.   Although there is extensive literature on valuing information derived from scientific and technological systems, including by economists Jeffrey K. Lazo and Molly K. Macauley, the sponsors of studies focused on determining the value of satellite data are typically national and international meteorological satellite organizations by: 1.


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