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GEO-CAPE Oceans: Orbit position discussion -Is the proposed 95°W position optimal or adequate? -What do we gain or lose by shifting East or West of 95°W? - We may have to move depending on HP availability. -What would be acceptable and what would be unbearable? Slides for discussion, most produced by Dirk Aurin

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For perspective: GVA (geo-viewing angle) GZA (geostationary sensor angle) SZA (solar zenith angle)

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Air mass fraction over the day (on Equinox) < 5 is good

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June 95W (red dot is orbital position, yellow is solar position)

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December 95W

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Equinox 95W

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Equinox at 1800 GMT -85W, -95, -105W clockwise Air mass fraction

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Dec. Solstice at 1800 GMT -86W, -96W, -106W clockwise Air mass fraction

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GEO-CAPE Oceans: Orbit position discussion -Is the proposed 95°W position optimal? -What do we gain or lose by shifting East or West of 95°W? - We may have to move depending on HP availability. -What would be acceptable and what would be unbearable?

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