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left.gifKind of Earth Observation Satellite
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spacer.gifsub_directry.gifALOS-AVNIR2
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PRISM Image
PRISM Scanning Image
PRISM Scanning Image

Overview

PRISM is a panchromatic radiometer with 2.5-meter spatial resolution. In order to obtain terrain data including elevation, PRISM has three optical systems for forward, nadir and backward view. Precise land information can be obtained frequently by PRISM.


Image data acquired by the PRISM onboard the "Daichi"(Feb.15 2006)

Characteristics
Observation band 0.52 - 0.77 μm
Number of Optics 3
(Nadir/Forward/Backward)
Base/Heigth ratio 1.0
(Forward/Backward)
S/N >70
MTF >0.2
Spatial Resolution 2.5m
Swath Width 35km(Triplet mode)
70km(Nadir Only,Wide swath mode)
Pointing Angle +-1.5deg.(Triplet mode)




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