TRISHNA mission questionnaire

The TRISHNA mission (Thermal infraRed Imaging Satellite for High-resolution Natural resource Assessment) is a cooperation between the French (CNES) and Indian (ISRO) space agencies.

It will measure the optical and thermal spectra emitted and reflected by the Earth from a low-altitude Sun synchronous orbit, over a swath with a width of 1026 km.

It is intended to measure approximately twice a week the thermal infrared signal of the surface-atmosphere system at 57 m resolution for the continents and the coastal ocean.

The questionnaire aims at refining the coverage mask for the full resolution (60m) acquisition mode of TRISHNA:

Contact person:

Emmanuelle Autret, Laboratoire d’Océanographie Physique et Spatiale, Ifremer