I suspect this is due to the co-location of the sun along the equator.
Looking at the raw data it's clear that the HRV strips are aligned using
Earth horizon mode rather than sun sensing mode (same as MSG-1) and that
makes them harder to process into the L15 images.
If that's correct then it'll fix itself in time. I also vaguely remember
that this happened with the MSG-1 RSS during solar co-location even before
it developed the sensor problem. Fingers crossed!
On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 11:41 AM, Douglas Deans <dsdeans@...>wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Deans
> Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2013 9:09 AM
> To: Rapid-Scan
> Cc: MSG-1
> Subject: [rapid-scan] Met-9
> It looks like Met-9 has developed a �wobble� as well now. The AVI�s have
> had a noticeable shake for at least 48 hours.
> It is difficult to see on the animations covering a wide area, but on
> close-ups and the expanded AVI�s it is a real nuisance.
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> Yes disappointing. I am seeing this as well.
> No confirmation as to whether it is the same thing (low fuel movement) as
> Meteosat 8 has.
> Hopefully not, at this early stage in Meteosat 9's RSS life.
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