Hyperspectral surface reflectance - Hyperion

Hyperion L1R calibrated radiance data from the USGS processed to surface reflectance using the Auscover/Curtin Hyperion Enhancement and Atmospheric correction Technique (A/CHEAT).

  • KEYWORDS:
    Hyperspectral, Hyperion
  • DATA LICENCE
    & ACCESS RIGHTS:
    CC-BY 3.0
  • SPATIAL COVERAGE
    & RESOLUTION:
    30 m resolution; Australia
  • TEMPORAL COVERAGE & RESOLUTION:
    1day; 2001 to 2010, acquired scenes
  • PRODUCTION STATUS:
    One-off, no update planned

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