SCISAT - data on gases and particles of the ozone Canada’s SCISAT is studying the complex chemical processes that affect the distribution of ozone in the upper atmosphere, especially over the Artic. From its orbit 650 kilometres above the Earth, its instruments use the light from sunrises and sunsets each day to identify more than 60 gases and particles. This successful mission represents a partnership involving universities, industry, and government. 2018-10-16 2018-10-26 Canadian Space Agency open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentScience and TechnologySCISATchemical processesparticles of the ozone DATACSV ftp://ftp.asc-csa.gc.ca/users/OpenData_DonneesOuvertes/pub/SCISAT/Data_format%20CSV/ DATANetCDF ftp://ftp.asc-csa.gc.ca/users/OpenData_DonneesOuvertes/pub/SCISAT/Data_format%20netCDF/ Supporting DocumentsTXT ftp://ftp.asc-csa.gc.ca/users/OpenData_DonneesOuvertes/pub/SCISAT/Supporting%20Documents%20/

SCISAT - data on gases and particles of the ozone

Canada’s SCISAT is studying the complex chemical processes that affect the distribution of ozone in the upper atmosphere, especially over the Artic. From its orbit 650 kilometres above the Earth, its instruments use the light from sunrises and sunsets each day to identify more than 60 gases and particles. This successful mission represents a partnership involving universities, industry, and government.

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