DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
Session 55. Titan II
Oral, Chairs: R. Lorenz, C. Griffith, Saturday, December 1, 2001, 11:05am-12:35pm, Regency GH

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[55.09] Assimilation of data from the Solar Aureole imager and the Visible Spectrometer onboard the Huygens probe into a radiative transfer model\\of Titan's Atmosphere

B. Grieger (MPIfA)

During the descent of the Huygens probe through Titan's atmosphere in January 2005, the Descent Imager / Spectral Radiometer (DISR) will performe upward and downward looking measurements at various spectral ranges and spatial resolutions. Simulated data from two DISR subinstruments, the Solar Aureole imager and the Upward Looking Visible Spectrometer, have been assimilated into an inverse radiative transfer model to reconstruct the scattering phase function in the atmosphere in dependence on the altitude. Results are shown in the Figure.

This work was supported by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), contract number 50 OH 98044.

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