NASA’s Earth observing system

The National aeronautics and space administration (NASA) Earth observing system (EOS) should reflect the integrated observation strategy. A series of previous reviews reshaped the program and guided it towards more responsiveness to scientific needs, greater resiliency, and increased opportunities for the introduction of new technology. In the plans presented to the present review, smaller spacecraft were scheduled to follow the AM-1, PM-1, and chemistry-1(chem-1) mission. Furthermore, there was a shift by NASA in 1994 and 1995 from a fixed series of 9 mission involving intermediate-class spacecraft to a mixed fleet of 21 missions exploiting small to medium-class spacecraft

  • Science-Driven Approach
  • Earth Observation System (EOS)
  • Global Measurements of Tropospheric Ozone
  • Without Delay/Reduction in Overall Observing Capability
  • Coordination with Other Space Remote-Sensing Programs
  • Metrological Satellite Program System
  • Scientific and Technical Review of the Federal Convergence

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