Simulation tool for hyper-spectral imaging from a satellite
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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This paper presents a tool created for simulating the expected radiance from oceanic geophysical parameters through the atmosphere as perceived by a hyperspectral remote sensing satellite. The effects of varying off-nadir viewing angles, solar zenith angles and the presence of water clouds on the resulting radiance has been analyzed, and simulated top-of-atmosphere (TOA) radiance values coincide well with experimental data.