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NPP VIIRS M6 Saturation Study Update. Chris Moeller Univ. Wisconsin March 22, 2012. Background.

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Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

NPP VIIRS M6 Saturation StudyUpdate

Chris Moeller

Univ. Wisconsin

March 22, 2012


Background

Background

  • M6 SDR contains “fold over” events when the signal is pushed into deep saturation under bright illumination (e.g. water clouds). Fold over events are characterized by decreasing digital signal level under increasing detector illumination. See presentation “NPP VIIRS M6 Earth Scene Saturation Moeller 2012.02.28” for further background https://casanosa.noaa.gov/docman/?group_id=378&open_folder=61027#61027.

  • SDR radiometric calibration of initial two cases (Jan 9 and Feb 10, 2012) lagged sensor performance due to RTA mirror degradation anomaly. Recent cases (Feb 26 and March 13, 2012) are based upon “current” SDR radiometric calibration.


Today s review summary

Today’s Review Summary

  • “fold over” events continue to trend to higher radiances as expected.

  • “out of range” radiance is now occurring for some good quality scene data as well as some fold over events. Out of range radiances are replaced with out of range threshold.

  • Reflectance data not consistent with radiance data for out of range occurrences.

  • M7 is nearing its out of range radiance threshold.

  • M8 still has margin in these stressing cases.


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Four cases to date in tropical South America: Jan 9, Feb 10, 26, Mar 13,


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

M6

At-launch out of range threshold

Lmax

“At-Launch” F LUT


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

M6

At-launch out of range threshold

Lmax

Dec 13 F LUT


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

M6

At-launch out of range threshold

Lmax

Feb 20 F LUT Delivery


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

M6

At-launch out of range threshold

Lmax

M7 At-launch out of range threshold

March 12 F LUT Delivery


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

March 12 F LUT Delivery


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Radiance “out of range” occurrences


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

M8 At-launch out of range threshold

March 12 F LUT Delivery


Backup

Backup

  • Earth scene imagery for all cases

  • Within band, each case is digitally stretched to same scale for direct comparison.

  • Red box defines region within which data is sampled for the plots in this package.

  • All cases over Tropical South America (~10 deg S latitude; high sun)

  • Display is a scaled radiance quantity

UWisc, 2012-03-22


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M6 (752 nm)

2012-01-09, 173441 – 173605 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M7 (865 nm)

2012-01-09, 173441 – 173605 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M6 (752 nm)

2012-02-10, 173219 – 173344 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M7 (865 nm)

2012-02-10, 173219 – 173344 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M6 (752 nm)

2012-02-26, 173232 – 173357 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M7 (865 nm)

2012-02-26, 173232 – 173357 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M6 (752 nm)

2012-03-13, 173246 – 173410 UTC


Npp viirs m6 saturation study update

Band M7 (865 nm)

2012-03-13, 173246 – 173410 UTC


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