ACRIM-II Measuring Radiant Energy from the Sun.


Entry_ID: GCRIO 029 GCRIO_Inventory: 9 Entry_Title: ACRIM-II Measuring Radiant Energy from the Sun. Document_Author: None Agency_Name: NASA>National Aeronautics and Space Administration Start_Date: 1992-06-01
Group: Summary
Audience_Interest_Guide: General Interest

A flyer giving an overview of the ACRIM-II instrument. The instrument is
designed to measure the irradiance, or luminosity, of the Sun, supplementing
a database compiled by NASA since 1980. The instrument flew on UARS,
and will fly on ATLAS Shuttle flights, as well as on EOS-CHEM.
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Group: Data_Center
Data_Center_Name: "NASA Office of Mission to Planet Earth"
Dataset_ID: same as Entry_Title
Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: Johnson
First_Name: Danin
Email: None
Phone: (202) 479-0360
Fax: (202) 479-2566
Group: Address
Document Resource Facility
Earth Science Support Office
300 D Street, SW, Suite 840
Washington, DC 20024
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Storage_Medium: 1 page of printed matter
Parameter: Earth Radiative Processes > Irradiance
Parameter: Radiance and Imagery > Radio Wave
Parameter: Solar Properties > Events
Parameter: Solar Properties > Sunspots
Discipline: Solar Physics > Infrared Observations
Location: Global
Keyword: NASA
Keyword: Mission to Planet Earth
Keyword: EOS
Keyword: remote sensing
Keyword: climate change
Keyword: total solar irradiance
Keyword: solar energy
Keyword: remote sensing
Keyword: space missions
Keyword: satellites