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[McIDAS #SKX-144523]: himawari data tranfers from open archive

Hi Nick,

> Thanks for the help.

No worries.

> Here is an example image (its big so you might need to wait a while to see 
> the full image â)
> Full Disk, Full Resolution (Pseudo) RGB Himawari-8 Image for 21 September 
> 2015, Day 264
> http://meris.coas.oregonstate.edu/tmp/himawari/h8-2015-264-2330-GMT.png 
> <http://meris.coas.oregonstate.edu/tmp/himawari/h8-2015-264-2330-GMT.png>

Very nice indeed!  And, yes, it does take some time to load :-)

> My next step is to
> 1. panchromatic enhance channels 1,2,4 using channel 3
> 2. atmospherically correct the vis-ir channels
> let me know if you have any âpointersâ to any codes or people that have 
> already done this.

I am sure that the folks in SSEC/CIMSS and CSU/CIRA do this kind of thing all
of the time.  They likely do it in a different context (e.g., in McIDAS itself),
but the goals and results should be similar.  Unfortunately, I do not have
any recipes for what you are going to do.  The SSEC Data Center folks should
be able to chime in at this point with some information.

> i was just
> going to do some Rayleigh corrections to start so moslty the work is buidling 
> the control files in
> an automated way to run the atm simulations.

I would be interested in learning exactly what you do if you are willing to 

> thanks

No worries.


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: SKX-144523
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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