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WMO Space Programme. Jérôme Lafeuille WMO Space Programme Geneva. WMO Space Programme Objectives. Enhancing the space-based Global Observing System. Users: WMO Members and Programmes. Satellite operators. Improving availability of & access to satellite data and products.

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wmo space programme

WMOSpace Programme

Jérôme Lafeuille

WMO Space Programme

Geneva

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WMO Space Programme Objectives

Enhancing the space-based Global Observing System

Users: WMO Members and Programmes

Satellite operators

Improving availabilityof & access to satellite data and products

Strengthening users’ capabilityto benefit from satellites

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Space-based Global Observing System Schematic

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challenges and responses 1 space based observing system
Challenges and responses (1)Space-based observing system
  • Coordinating and optimizing the space-based GOS
    • Requirements and Gap Analysis
    • Coordination Group for Meteorological Satellites (CGMS)
  • Building up a sustainable climate observing system
    • Gaps on observation of ECVs require broad collaboration
    • « Architecture » concept being developed with CEOS, CGMS
  • Continuity and upgrade of operational meteorological missions
    • Radio-occultation, scatterometers, hyperspectral IR LEO & GEO
    • Higher resolution of GEO and LEO
  • Interoperability and consistency of global system
    • Intercalibration with reference sensors

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Global Space-based Inter-calibration System (GSICS)

NOAA-CMA-CNES-EUMETSAT-IMD-ISRO-JAXA-JMA-KMA-NASA-NIST-USGS-WMO

LEO-LEO intercalibration

  • Routine IR inter-calibration against IASI and AIRS on simultaneous overpass
  • VIS and MW calibration under development

GEO versus LEO

More on: http://gsics.wmo.int

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Products

Applications

From Satellite data

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challenges and responses 2 data products availability and accessibility
Challenges and responses (2)Data/products availability and accessibility
  • Moving from data to products
    • Sharing development and validation efforts
    • Encourage responsibilities for regional/global products
    • Validated, documented, quality controlled
  • Data & products accessibility
    • Direct Broadcast on agreed standards and frequencies
    • Integrated dissemination systems (e.g GEONETCast)
    • Searchable in catalogues (metadata) in WMO Information System

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igdds geonetcast footprint dvb s dissemination of products or data
IGDDS – GEONETCast footprintDVB-S Dissemination of products or data

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challenges and responses 3 supporting new missions priorities
Challenges and responses (3)Supporting new missions/priorities
  • Emphasis on climate services
  • Air quality
  • Volcano ash plume monitoring
  • Space Weather
  • ……

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monitoring volcanic ash plumes
Monitoring volcanic ash plumes

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15 April 2010

ENVISAT (ESA)

ETNA eruption 4-channel MODIS

Courtesy: D. Rosenfeld

WMO ETR SYMPOSIUM XI, Citeko, Oct 2010

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Meteosat-9

space weather
Space Weather
  • More vulnerability to Space Weather effects with increased use of satellites and cross-polar flights
  • New solar cycle
  • Emerging Space Weather operations can benefit from experience of weather community
  • 13 countries and 6 international organizations currently participating in this effort with WMO

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challenges and responses 4 getting closer to the users
Challenges and responses (4)Getting closer to the users
  • Regional initiatives
    • Americas: RA III/ RA IV Satellite Data Requirements Task Team
    • Africa: RA I EUMETCast Group
    • Asia: RA II Pilot Project
  • Virtual Laboratory for Education and Training
    • 12 Centres of Excellence world wide
  • Regional user conferences
    • Satellite Direct Readout Conference, GOES Users Conference
    • Asia-Oceania Meteorological Satellite Conference
    • EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference

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as a conclusion
As a conclusion…
  • The Space Programme: a privileged framework for collaboration among satellite operators and user communities
  • Improves the benefit to all through sharing best practices
  • Relies on WMO Members and their space agencies
    • Thank NOAA for SDRO : interaction with users is a key for the success

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Thank you !

www.wmo.int/sat

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