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1 NRSCC Agency Report Liu Dingsheng China Remote Sensing Satellite Ground Station National Remote Sensing Center of China WGISS-24 Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany October 15-19, 2007 NRSCC MOST

2 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 2 Agency report - NRSCC Topic FY-2D launched and put into operation HY-1B launched and put into testing operation Cbers-02B Successfully Launched China RSGS extend its facility Future plan for earth observation satellites in China

3 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 3 FY-2D launched and put into operation Geostationary orbit meteorological satellite Fengyun-2D(FY- 2D) successfully launched at 8:53 December 8th, 2006 FY-2D was started to put into operation from June 27th, 2007 Forming backup observing status based on FY-2C and 2D double satellites

4 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 4 FY-2D launched and put into operation FY-2D visible image

5 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 5 HY-1B launched and put into operation Chinas second ocean color satellite (HY-1B) successfully launched at 11:27 April 11th, 2007 HY-1B was started to put into testing operation from September 30th, 2007 Purpose: observation of ocean color and SST Payloads: COCTS -- Chinese Ocean Color and Temperature Scanner CZI -- Coastal Zone Imager

6 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 6 HY-1B launched and put into operation

7 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 7 HY-1B launched and put into operation Major parameters of COCTS and CZI

8 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 8 HY-1B launched and put into operation Wave band(μm)Target 0.402~0.422 Yellow substance, water pollution 0.433~0.453 Absorption of chlorophyll 0.480~0.500 Chlorophyll, sea water optics sea ice Pollutants, shallow sea topography 0.510~0.530 Chlorophyll, water depth, Sediment of low concentration 0.555~0.575 Chlorophyll, Sediment of low concentration 0.660~0.680 Peak of fluorescence, Sediment of high concentration, pollution, atmospheric correction, aerosols 0.730~0.770 Sediment of high concentration, atmospheric correction 0.845~0.880 atmospheric correction, water vapor 10.3~11.4 SST, sea ice, temperature of cloud top 11.4~12.5 SST, sea ice, temperature of cloud top COCTS bands and detection object

9 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 9 HY-1B launched and put into operation Wave band (μm) Target 0.433~0.453 pollution vegetation, ocean, color ice, shallow sea topography 0.555~0.575 Sediment, pollution, vegetation ice, coast zone 0.655~0.675 Sediment, soil,water vapor 0.675~0.695 soil,water vapor, atmospheric correction CZI bands and detection object

10 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 10 Cbers-02B Successfully Launched Cbers-02B successfully launched at 11:19 September 19, 2007 Orbit: sun-synchronous Orbit Altitude: 778 km Inclination: º Period: min.

11 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 11 Cbers-02B Successful Launched PayloadsBands Spectrum (μm) Resolution (m) Swatch (km) Recycle (days) Data Rate (Mbps) CCD Camera B B B B B High- Resolution Pan. Camera B Wide Field Imager B Payloads:

12 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 12 Cbers-02B Successful Launched Image from CCD Camera (Tianjin)

13 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 13 Cbers-02B Successful Launched Image from High- Resolution Pan. Camera (tianjin)

14 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 14 Cbers-02B Successful Launched HR-CCD merge image Tianjin

15 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 15 RSGS extend its facility Beginning last year, China Remote Sensing Satellite Ground Station (RSGS) started to extend its receiving range to cover the whole Chinese territory Establish western receiving station – Kashi, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China Establish southern receiving station – Sanya, Hainan Province of China Expand receiving antenna at Miyun station – Beijing of China The goal is to receive more than 15 satellites simultaneously Continuously as national receiving station to responsible for receiving civil remote sensing satellites worldwide Responsible to receive national resources satellite data such as the series of China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellites (Cberss), the Chinese constellation of small satellites for environment and disaster monitoring and forecasting (HJs)

16 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 16 RSGS extend its facility The receiving coverage

17 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 17 RSGS extend its facility The design has been finished and approved by authorization Kashi receiving station Sanya receiving station

18 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 18 RSGS extend its facility Kashi Station has almost established First Antenna has been put into operation

19 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 19 RSGS extend its facility Sanya Station will be started its base construction

20 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 20 Future plan for earth observation satellites in China Series of meteorological satellites 2020 sun-synchronous Geostationary FY A 1B FY-2 FY-3 FY-4 1D 2A2B 2C 2D 2E 2F 2G 3D 3F 3A 3B 3C3E3G 3H RM 4A E1 W1 MS 1C E2 W2

21 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 21 Future plan for earth observation satellites in China Main Satellites of earth observation Cberss HJs HYs A1B 2 1A 1B 1C 3 Cberss – Earth Resources Satellites HYs – Oceanic Satellites HJs – Environment and Disaster Monitoring Forecasting Constellation

22 NRSCC MOST National Remote Sensing Center of ChinaWGISS-24 October 15-15, Oberpfaffenhofen/Munich, Germany 22 Agency report - NRSCC Thanks!


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