Realtime HofX > GOME METOP-B


The GOME-2 a European instrument flying on the MetOp-B series of satellites (launched on September 17, 2012) is a primary satellite, designed by the European Space Agency to measure atmospheric ozone, trace gases and ultraviolet radiation. It is a scanning instrument (scan width 1920 km) with near global coverage daily. The field-of-view on the ground is 80 km X 40 km.


For each variable and/or satellite channel, shown are the observation counts (left), O-B RMSD (center), and O-B bias (right).
Click on any variable name below to expand and view the plots.


integrated_layer_ozone_in_air count
integrated_layer_ozone_in_air ombg_rmsd
integrated_layer_ozone_in_air ombg_bias