Lunar Calibration Workshop General discussion Sbastien Wagner (EUMETSAT)

Lunar Calibration Workshop General discussion Sbastien Wagner (EUMETSAT)

Lunar Calibration Workshop General discussion Sbastien Wagner (EUMETSAT) In collaboration with Tom Stone (USGS) Sophie Lachrade, Bertrand Fougnie (CNES) Jack Xiong (NASA) To be discussed General discussion on the feasibility of holding the targeted date for the workshop Process for distributing the GIRO application Attendance and invitation letters Practical work during the workshop Any other business GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop

24 June 2014 Date of the workshop Team Status CMA To be converted CNES To be converted + EUMETSAT Ready

ISRO OCM-2? INSAT-3D? JAXA ? JMA Ready (MTSAT-2) / To be converted + (GMS5) KMA To be converted

NASA MODIS To be converted NASA SeaWiFS To be converted + NASA VIIRS To be converted + NOAA VIIRS To be converted NOAA GEOs

Ready (?) + USGS OLI? GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014 VITO To be converted Date of the workshop Can a few weeks more help (WS in January), keeping in mind Xmas is in between? How can we help the various groups in their preparation? Please contact us (EUMETSAT) when you are experiencing

problems so that we can help! Can some sample IDL code as we use at EUMETSAT help? What else? GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014 Distributing the GIRO For the exercise and the workshop , only an executable For the workshop and the till the outcome are not finalized limited distribution Downloadable from the GSICS wiki (https ://gsics.nesdis.noaa.gov/wiki/Development/LunarWorkArea) Password protected Password communicated to the participants Will be available this week (hopefully)

GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014 Attendance and invitation letters Attendance: we need a list of official attendees as we have a limited number of places (20-30 people) The question was raised regarding future instruments (so, no data available yet). According to the level of participation guests could join the workshop to follow the activity and learn from other groups experience. Please let us know if you need an invitation letter GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014 Practical work during the workshop We have access to an IT room with PC where we can run

the GIRO (limited to 15 PCs...) Can people be equipped with Linux laptops for the workshop? GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014 Any other business? Feel free to comment, suggest, ask GSICS web meeting Lunar Calibration Workshop 24 June 2014

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