Volcanic Cloud and Aerosol Monitor (VOLCAM) for Deep Space Gateway
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Bhartia, P. K.
Type of Work2 pages
Citation of Original PublicationKrotkov, N., et. al. "Volcanic Cloud and Aerosol Monitor (VOLCAM) for Deep Space Gateway," Deep Space Gateway Science Workshop 2018 (LPI Contrib. No. 2063)
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Subjectsultraviolet (UV) filter camera
Thermal Infrared (TIR) filter camera
whole earth imaging
atmospheric composition retrievals
combined use of UV and TIR cameras
Frequent (~15 min) imaging of reflected solar ultra-violet (UV) and thermal ifrared (TIR) radiation of the whole Earth from cislunar vantage point offer unique possibilities to answer NASA’s Earth System Science (ESS) questions and further advance volcanic ash (VA) and sulfur dioxide (VSO2) aviation safety applications. We propose complementary ultraviolet (UV) and ther-mal Infrared (TIR) filter cameras for a dual-purpose whole Earth imaging with complementary natural haz-ards applications and Earth System science goals.