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MISR Typical Camera Configurations

MISR Typical Camera Configurations

As explained in the main text, MISR can be configured for several different resolutions on the ground, camera by camera and spectral band by spectral band. The above diagram illustrates a typical configuration that might be used for Global Mode, i.e., for global coverage of Earth.

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