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Journal of the Optical Society of Korea 2001; 5(1): 9-15

Published online March 1, 2001 https://doi.org/10.3807/JOSK.2001.5.1.009

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Study on the First On-Orbit Solar Calibration Measurement of Ocean Scanning Multi-spectral Imager (OSMI)

Young-Min Cho

Korea Aerospace Research Institute

Received: June 7, 2000

The ocean Scanning Multi-spectral Imager (OSMI) is a payload on the KOrea Multi-Purpose SATellite (KOMPSAT) to perform worldwide ocean color monitoring f the study of biological oceanography. OSMI performs solar and dark calibrations for on-orbit instrument calibration. The purpose of the solar calibration is to monitor the degradation of imaging performance for each pixel of 6 spectral bands and to correct the degradation effect on OSMI image during the ground station date processing. The design, the operation concept, and the radiometric characteristics of the solar calibration are investigated. A linear model of image response and a solar calibration radiance model are proposed to study the instrument characteristics using the solar calibration data. The performance of spectral responsivity and spatial response uniformity. The first solar calibration data and the analysis results are important references for further study on the on-orbit stability of OSMI response during its lifetime.

OCIS codes: 010.0010; 110.0110; 120.0120

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