TAG: GNSS reflectometry

FIGURE 3. Locations of AT01 and two NOAA tide-gauge stations (9468132 in St. Michael and 9468333 in Unalakleet). The red box represents the zoomed area at the bottom right. (Image: Authors)

Innovation: Monitoring sea level in the Arctic using GNSS

October 21, 2019

ESA microwave engineer Manuel Martín-Neira, inventor of the PARIS reflectometry concept. (Photo: ESA)

ESA provides new maps of Earth from reflected satnav

September 23, 2019

July 2018 global wind speed map from the new service. (Image: SSTL)

Using GNSS, new service maps wind speed over oceans

August 1, 2018

Once the deployment module on the Orbital ATK Pegasus XL launch vehicle reaches its final altitude of approximately 510 kilometers above the Earth’s surface, the eight CYGNSS microsatellite observatories will be deployed in opposing pairs over a two minute period. (Image credit: University of Michigan)

NASA launches micro satellites with GNSS receivers for remote weather sensing

December 15, 2016

The TechDemoSat-1 satellite, built by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (Photo: SSTL)

Wind-speed data based on ocean surface using GNSS-R

December 6, 2016

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GNSS-R Data collections. The measured reflection tracks are shown in yellow over the Globe. A sequence of Delay Doppler Maps from one track is shown below — the spread of each is related to the sea surface roughness and surface wind speed.

New GNSS weather datasets available from TechDemoSat-1

November 29, 2016

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