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Instrument: OMPS : Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite
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Associated Platforms
JPSS-1

Spectral/Frequency Information
Spectral/Frequency Coverage/Range: 300 nm - 380 nm
Spectral/Frequency Resolution: 1 nm

Spectral/Frequency Coverage/Range: 250 nm - 310 nm
Spectral/Frequency Resolution: 1.19 nm

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Description
[Source: NPOESS Project home page, http://npp.gsfc.nasa.gov/omps.html ]

OMPS, an advanced suite of three hyperspectral instruments, extends the 25-plus year total-ozone and ozone-profile records. These records are used by ozone-assessment researchers and policy makers to track the health of the ozone layer. The improved vertical resolution of OMPS data products allows for better testing and monitoring of the complex chemistry involved in ozone destruction near the troposphere. OMPS products, when combined with cloud predictions, also help produce better ultraviolet index forecasts.

Mass: 68 kilograms
Average Power: 108 Watts
Vendor: Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. (BATC), Boulder, CO
OMS Sensor Leads: Scott Janz (Goddard Space Flight Center), Glen Jaross (SSAI)
Purpose: To measure the global distribution of O3 (Ozone) in the stratosphere

Online Resources
http://npoess.noaa.gov/index.php?pg=instr#
http://www.npoess.noaa.gov/omps_TXT.php
http://npp.gsfc.nasa.gov/omps.html

Instrument Logistics
Instrument Owner: USA/NASA
USA/NOAA