This data set is the NOAA meteorological satellite AVHRR 1b data obtained from Zhongshan Station during the 16th Antarctic expedition in 1999-2000. NOAA satellite is the third generation practical meteorological observation satellite of NOAA. The first generation is called TIROS series (1960-1965), the second generation is called ITOs / NOAA series (1970-1976), and the third generation is called TIROS -- N / NOAA series. The orbit is a nearly circular sun synchronous orbit with an altitude of 870 km and 833 km, an inclination of 98.9 ° and 98.7 ° and a period of 101.4 minutes. NOAA is used for daily meteorological operations, usually with two satellites in operation. Since one satellite can observe the same area at least twice a day, two satellites can observe more than four times.
|collect time||1999/01/01 - 2000/12/31|
|data size||2.0 GB|
NOAA meteorological satellite AVHRR 1b data
The detection method is the same as that of brewer station in China, and it is carried out according to the "brewer instrument observation specification" of special atmospheric monitoring network of China Meteorological Administration. At noon, the solar ultraviolet radiation bands detected by brewer are 290-325nm, 295-300nm, 300-305nm, 305-310nm, 310-315nm, 315-320nm, 320-325nm, 300.5nm and 324nm.
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