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Assume both Dinnat and Floury skymaps are in J2000 system
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Dinnat Map Transformed into the B1950 system
Floury Map assuming it was provided in B1950 system
Difference map reveals unexpected differences
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Dinnat Map for SMOS – Floury Map for SMOS Dinnat map HI line contribution is for 19 MHz MIRAS
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