A radiation view of Hurricane Anna from the Tiros III meteorological satellite
William R. Bandeen, Goddard Space Flight Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1963 - Nature - 15 pages
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1961 Atlantic season Atlantic Ocean atmosphere B. J. Conrath channel medium resolution cloud system Colombia D-17TN National Aeronautics Data gathered degrees per mesh design and calibration directly over Hurricane electromagnetic spectrum family of electro field of view Figure 2b five channels form of maps Guajira Peninsula height of radiation Hurricane Anna hurricane are presented July 12 July 21 Lake Maracaibo launched on July longitude magnetic radiation experiments measured by channel medium resolution radiometer mesh interval meteorological satellite 1961 microns nadir angle NASA TECHNICAL NOTE NASA TN D-17TN Nine days later Nominal Bandwidth Nordberg orbit Original grid scale radiant emittance radiation data RADIATION VIEW radiometer are briefly radiosonde satellite 1961 pi satellite passed directly scan solar channels Supporting television pictures taining two television taken by Tiros TBB measurements television cameras TIROS III METEOROLOGICAL TN D-17TN NASA TN D-17TN National tropopause Venezuela VIEW OF HURRICANE W. R. Bandeen water vapor window channel