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ALOS Introduction JAXA/EORC
ALOS (1/2) Spacecraft MassApprox. 4 tons Generated PowerApprox. 7 kW (at End of Life) Design Life3 -5 years Orbit Sun-Synchronous Sub-Recurrent Repeat Cycle: 46 days Sub Cycle: 2 days Altitude: 691.65 km (at Equator) Inclination: 98.16 deg. Attitude Determination Accuracy 2.0 x 10 -4 degree (with GCP) Position Determination Accuracy 1m (off-line) Data Rate 240Mbps (via Data Relay Technology Satellite) 120Mbps (Direct Transmission) Onboard Data Recorder Solid-state data recorder (90Gbytes) 2
ALOS (2/2) InstrumentAcronymProvider Panchromatic Remote-sensing Instrument for Stereo Mapping PRISMJAXA Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer type 2 AVNIR-2JAXA Phased Array type L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar PALSARMETI/ JAXA 3
Data Acquisition Status Data Acquisition Results (PRISM Nadir, Cloud Cover < 20%) Data Acquisition Results. (AVNIR-2, Cloud Cover < 20%) Data Acquisition Results (PALSAR FBS mode) Data Acquisition Results. (PALSAR WB1 mode) 4 Target : 2006.5.16 ~ 2008.2.29
Data Acquisition Status Data Acquisition Results (PRISM Nadir, Cloud Cover < 20%) Data Acquisition Results. (AVNIR-2, Cloud Cover < 20%) Data Acquisition Results (PALSAR FBS mode) Data Acquisition Results. (PALSAR WB1 mode) 5 Target : 2006.5.16 ~ 2008.2.29
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