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MAPSAR: a New L-Band Spaceborne Light SAR Mission for Assessment and Monitoring of Terrestrial Natural Resources

National Institute for Space Research - INPE - Brazil

German Aerospace Center - DLR - Germany

Institute of Lightweight Structures - TU Munich - Germany

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Contents

  • Motivation
  • Background
  • Satellite Concept
  • Sensor Concept and Performance
  • Compliance with User Requirements
  • Current Status
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WORKSHARE PRINCIPLES

INPE PMM

Systems Engineering

Satellite AIT (assembly, integration and test)

SIVAM Airborne Simulation in Brazil

DLR SAR Sensor

Orbit Analysis

ESAR Airborne Simulation in Europe

TUM Reflector Antenna

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MOTIVATION

  • To verify the feasibility of a satellite on the 500 kg class mission with a Light SAR payload.
  • To fulfill the requirements for German and Brazilian users for assessment and monitoring of Terrestrial Natural Resources, considering the following themes:
  • Agriculture
  • Cartography
  • Disaster Management
  • Forestry
  • Geology
  • Geomorphology
  • Hydrology
  • Oceanography
  • Urban studies
  • Defense/Intelligence
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BACKGROUND

  • 20 years cooperation between INPE and DLR.
  • Late 90’s: mission proposal from DLR to INPE for Amazon Region observation based on a Light SAR sensor.
  • July 2001: joint project establishment for system evaluation.
  • October 2001: users workshop at DLR.
  • April 2002: users workshop at INPE.
  • July 2002: Consolidation of user requirements.
  • December 2002: Pre-phase A conclusion.
  • December 2003: Phase A study was established (2004-2005 period).
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MAPSAR Workshop April 15, 2002

Summary:

. Hosted by INPE,

. 83 registered workshop attendees,

. 28 agencies (mainly Brazilian governmental level),

. 09 0ral presentations (invited-speakers), 01 Plenary Session,

. Main Application Fields: Agriculture

Cartography

Intelligence

Disaster Management

Forestry

Geology

Hydrology

Oceans

Urban Studies

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MAPSAR Application User Requirements

Black - Brazilian User Requirements / Blue - German User Requirements

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System Constraints

  • Satellite constraints related to:
  • mass
  • power generation
  • geometric envelope
  • data rate
  • Imposed the following limitations:
  • single band
  • reflector antenna
  • max 55 km swath
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MAPSAR Final Application User Requirements

User/MAPSAR parameters

Frequency L

Polarization single,dual and quad. pol.

Incidence Interval 20°- 45°

Spatial Resolution 3-20 meters

Swath 20 km - 55 km

Orbit Inclination sun-synchronous

Coverage global

Look Direction ascending/descending and left/right looking

Revisit weekly

Access to data near real time

Additional Requirement InSAR and Stereoscopy

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Mission Baseline

  • Strong oriented to an operational application system serving “public good” , not excluding scientific and commercial aspects.
  • Thematic Mapping and Monitoring purposes.
  • Mission continuation (series of satellites).
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Satellite Concept

Modularity

Independent AIT for Payload and Platform modules

Objectives:

Cost reduction

Shorter schedule

High reliability

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MMP performance

  • ACDH:
    • Pointing accuracy: < 0.05o (3 σ)
    • Drift: < 0.001o/s
    • Attitude determination: < 0.005o (3 σ)
    • Off pointing of: 30o in 120 seconds
  • Payload Capability:
    • Mass: up to 280 kg
    • Volume: compatible with class of launchers
    • Power supply: 175 W average
    • 900 W peak
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MMP Development Status

    • Power Supply, Structure, TT&C and Propulsion subsystems contracted in December 2001.
    • PDR (Preliminary Design Review) in May 2003.
    • CDR (Critical Design Review) performed in 2004.
    • ACDH (Attitude Control and Data Handling) to be contracted.
    • Total development at the end of 2007.
payload module
Payload Module
  • - Limitations imposed by the MMP performance
          • Mass
          • Power
          • ACDH
          • Envelope
  • - Functional Block Diagram
  • - Proposed Configuration
mapsar mass budget
MAPSAR Mass Budget

MMP 250 kg

MAPSAR total 520.1 kg

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Proposed Antenna Concept

Antenna Trade-Off Result:

Elliptical parabolic main reflector

7,5 m length (azimuth)

5 m width (range)

Cassegrain type subreflector

67 cm length (azimuth)

93 cm width (elevation)

Distance to main reflector: 2,8 m.

Feed type: horn antenna

Technology Example:

HALCA (MUSES-B), the first astronomical satellite dedicated to Very-Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), was launched from Kagoshima Space Center on February 12, 1997.

Operating frequency 1.6-1.73 GHz

Reflector diameter 8 m

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Design Goals

  • Reflector aperture 5 m x 7.5 m, elliptical.
  • Shape accuracy 5 mm RMS (TBD).
  • Low mass < 2 kg/m2.
  • High design flexibility for the range of requirements (incl. launch and space environment).
  • Easy integration of enabling technologies (reflecting surface, deployment and shape control etc.)
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Access Region / Field of View

Off-nadir angle

620 km

Incidence angle

20°

48,1°

Nadir

204 km

395 km

Current swath is selected by rolling the whole satellite

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Radar Modes

MAPSAR operates three different resolution modes (3m, 10m, 20m) in three

different polarization modes: Single (SPM), Dual (DPM), Quad (QPM).

Overview of important modes:

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Radar Beam Specification

Radar Beam specification (Medium/Low Resolution)

SPM, DPM low/medium res. (20/10 m): 31- 55 km swath

SPM high res (3m): 5 - 38 km swath

QPM low res. (20 m): 28 – 43.4 km swath

QPM medium res. (10 m): 22 – 23.3 km swath

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Conclusions

  • Pre-phase A study has been completed.
  • Preliminary feasibility was demonstrated for reflector antenna concept.
  • High interaction with users to define the mission.
  • Degree of innovation: 500 kg class SAR satellite, reflector antenna, sensor performance.
  • Applications will take advantage of high resolution L-band SAR with enhanced capabilities (polarimetry, stereoscopy, interferometry), particularly suitable for the Amazon region and Boreal forest.
  • Critical items: antenna deployment mechanism, solid state high power amplifier.
  • Cost estimate 90 MUS$ including launcher.
  • Estimated time to deployment 6 years (2008-2009).
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Phase A Activities (2004-2005)

  • Refinement of the mission requirements and establishment of a function tree of the complete system.
  • Exploration of alternative system concepts against mission needs.
  • Investigation of the feasibility of selected orbit with respect to revisit time, stereoscopic and interferometric capabilities.
  • Investigation of the feasibility of SAR sensor performance and technology evaluation (core radar definition, equipment specification, industrial feasibility).
  • MMP bus system/subsystems/equipment (MMP performance and configuration, equipment specification, industrial feasibility).
  • Interfaces between MMP and the SAR payload (systems segments).
  • Ground system conception and technology.
  • Airborne simulation campaign (development of MAPSAR user-oriented value added products).
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SAR - Banda L

λ= 23,9 cm (1.27 GHz)

SAR - Banda X

λ= 3,1 cm (9.68 GHz)

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SIVAM R-99 Mapping Modes

Quad L + Single X

Dual L + Single X

InSAR + Single L

Quad L

Single L + Single X

InSAR + Quad L

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SIVAM R-99 SAR: resolution and swaths

Quad L + X (3m) – 10km

Quad L + X (6m) – 20km

Quad L + X (18m) – 60km

Dual L + X (3m) – 20km

Dual L + X (6m) – 40km

Dual L + X (18m) – 120km

Quad L (3m) – 10km

Quad L (6m) – 20km

Quad L (18m) – 60km

L + X (3m) – 20km

L + X (6m) – 40km

L + X (18m) – 120km

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SIVAM SAR R-99: resolution and incidence

Quad L (3m) – 36º - 83º

Quad L (6m) – 36º - 83º

Quad L (18m) – 36º - 84º

L + X (3m) – 36º - 83º

L + X (6m) – 36º - 83º

L + X (18m) – 45º - 84º

Quad L + X (3m) – 36º - 80º

Quad L + X (6m) – 36º - 80º

Quad L + X (18m) – 45º - 80º

Dual L + X (3m) – 36º - 83º

Dual L + X (6m) – 36º - 83º

Dual L + X (18m) – 45º - 84º

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SIVAM SAR Quad-Pol (L-HH)

Serra do Tepequem – Roraima ( spatial resolution = 6m)

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SIVAM SAR Quad-Pol (L-VV)

L-VV

Serra do Tepequem – Roraima ( spatial resolution = 6m)

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SIVAM SAR Quad-Pol (L-VH)

L-VH

Serra do Tepequem – Roraima ( spatial resolution = 6m)

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MAPSAR Simulation (SIPAM SAR Application Program)

  • Goals
  • to test MAPSAR sensor configuration and establish a proof of concept to meet users need.
  • to strengthen the capabilities of end-users (“critical mass”) for the effective usage of MAPSAR data for resource assessment, management and environmental monitoring, particularly in the Amazon Region.
  • to encourage the utilization of new information derived from MAPSAR (multipolarized L-band images) by relying heavily on Airborne R-99 as a data source for research, application and training projects.
  • to provide demonstration MAPSAR value-added products for applications (preparing users for the advent of MAPSAR).
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MAPSAR Simulation (SIVAM R-99 campaign)

  • Proposed strategy :
  • To simulate MAPSAR far range images (beams7-10) with SIVAM A1.Quad L+X near range mode (incidence: 40 – 48 degrees).
  • Balanced agenda of applications.
  • Strong participation of INPE and potential end-users in the proposals (government, university and industry).
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MAPSAR Simulation (SIPAM SAR Application Program)

  • Test Sites:
  • Agriculture: Barreiras (BA) – EMBRAPA, INPE, UnB, UFRJ, CPRM
  • Coastal Zone Studies: Bragança (PA) – UFPa, M.P.E. Goeldi, INPE
  • Disaster Management: Terminal Coari/Manaus (AM) – PETROBRAS
  • Forestry: Tapajós (PA) – INPE, DSG, DLR
  • Geology: Carajás (PA)/Curaçá (BA) – INPE, Unicamp, CVRD, CPRM
  • Hydrology/Forestry: Lago Grande (PA): UVIC (Canadá), UFPa, INPE
  • Hydrology/Forestry: Igarapé Açu (AM) – INPE, INPA, JPL
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News from the last DLR meeting (Nov 2004)

  • Travelling waves tubes technology may replace solid state high power amplifiers for the radar sensor (space qualified from SAR-LUPE).
  • a new configuration for the PMM and payload interface will be proposed by INPE taking into account the reflector antenna deployment mechanism.
  • a demonstrator for thereflector antenna performance is under developement at the Technical University of Munich.
  • two MAPSAR orbit configurations are under investigation: 7 days repetition cycle for interferometry and 39 days (or 41 days) orbit for stereoscopic applications.
  • A paper with the current status of MAPSAR project will be presented in Goiânia (BRSS-2005).
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Contents

  • Motivation
  • Background
  • Satellite Concept
  • Sensor Concept and Performance
  • Compliance with User Requirements
  • Current Status