Altimeter (Altika) would help study the sea surface heights while Argos payload is a satellite-based data collection platform.
What does SSH stand for?
SSH stands for Sea Surface Height (US Navy forecasting tool)
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As per the ISRO sources, the main intention of the satellite is to study ocean currents and sea surface heights.
The two experts investigated the changes in the SST and associated environmental parameters such as rainfall and sea surface height in the Sea of Oman and the western Arabian Sea off Masirah Island.
10 by marking the eight-year anniversary of the GFO program, a highly successful satellite program that measures sea surface heights and wave height by using a radar altimeter.
Scientists on Friday released their interpretation of sea surface height measurements taken June 14 by the U.
A four-partner mission between NASA/JPL, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), the European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (Eumetsat), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), OSTM will measure sea surface height to an accuracy of less than 4 cm every ten days.
When we looked at our data on a year-to-year basis, we noticed that the changes in the sea surface height did not always follow what the wind was doing, so we thought about reasons why this might happen," said Katharine Giles, CPOM research fellow and lead author of the study.
Although primarily a Navy tactical satellite, GFO is important for weather research and its mission data has lead to vast improvements in our knowledge of ocean circulation by measuring subtle differences in sea surface height associated with ocean currents and eddies.