Solar radiation enters the Earth's atmosphere with a portion being scattered by clouds and aerosols.

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AirMISR Red Band Browse Images from the LUNAR_LAKE_2000 Field Campaign

AirMISR Red Band Browse Images from the LUNAR_LAKE_2000 Field Campaign

 

June 11, 2000

Run #                                                       Camera Viewing Angles
DF
70.5° fore
CF
60.0° fore
BF
45.6° fore
AF
26.1° fore
AN
0° or nadir
AA
26.1° aft
BA
45.6° aft
CA
60.0° aft
DA
70.5° aft
1 180626 180821 180925 181013 181057 181141 181229 181333 181528
2 182550 182745 182849 182937 183021 183105 183153 183257 183452
3 184638 184834 184937 185025 185110 185154 185242 185346 185541
4 190550 190745 190849 190936 191021 191105 191153 191257 191452
5 192546 192741 192845 192932 193017 193101 193149 193253 193448
6 194526 194722 194826 194913 194958 195042 195130 195234 195429
Values represent UTC (hhmmss) for image mid-point in the downtrack direction.

AirMISR images are available in three sizes (thumbnail, browse and full) through the Langley Web Ordering Tool.