Category Archives: Synthetic Aperture Radar

K-band Radar Interferometric Topographic Measurements with GLISTIN: dial-in seminar on Thursday, May 21

This seminar might be of interest to readers working with space borne radars: The NASA Cryo Remote Sensing from Space (CRSS) webinars resume this week after a longer-than-planned hiatus. Please join us on Thursday, May 21, at 3:00 PM EDT. Scott Hensley … Continue reading

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Advanced Land Observing Satellite-2 (ALOS-2 or Daichi-2) successfully launched on May 24

This L-band SAR is the upgrade to the ALOS PALSAR. Unlike PALSAR, PALSAR-2 can look to either the right or left of the flight path, and to a distance of 870 km to 2,320 km from the ground track.  The project manager, Shinichi … Continue reading

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