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The Absolute Radiance Interferometer (ARI) for the CLARREO Pathfinder:...

Taylor, J., H. Revercomb, F. Best, J. Gero, D. Tobin, and B. Knuteson (2016), The Absolute Radiance Interferometer (ARI) for the CLARREO Pathfinder: Instrument Status and Demonstrated Performance, OSA Fourier Transform Spectroscopy, Nov. 14-17, Leipzig, Germany.

The infrared Absolute Radiance Interferometer (ARI) prototype instrument was developed for NASA's Climate Absolute Radiance and Reflectivity Observatory (CLARREO), and brought to a Technical Readiness Level (TRL) of 6 by the University of Wisconsin Space Science and Engineering Center (UW-SSEC) and the Anderson Group at Harvard University, with funding from the NASA Earth Science and Technology Office (ESTO). A summary of the demonstrated radiometric performance, and the current instrument status is presented.

Leipzig, Germany
OSA Fourier Transform Spectroscopy
Conference Date: 
Monday, November 14, 2016 - Thursday, November 17, 2016