Well based on previous posts, it looks like the nats test will most likely have a lot of info about satellites.The first question on emissivity's wording mkes little sense. What does it mean by "total energy by an object"? Is there supposed to be an "emitted" after "energy"?
Also, is this the formula? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakuma%E2% ... i_equation
The second question makes sense.
Although, these questions don't seem to be that relevant to Remote Sensing. Ideally, the questions are about satellite imagery, satellites, cameras, types of photographs, analysis of those pictures, etc. but these questions seem to be more related to black bodies...
I'll post the question after I see my state test (I don't remember it now). This should be in a couple days (Wednesday?).Could you give an example? I don't think I've ever come across a question like that.
I found some info on wikipedia about calculating spatial resolution, but it was through trig, and using wavelength, and the diameter of the lens' aperture.
Also, what are the units for spatial, spectral, radiometric, and temporal resolution?
Spatial- units of length, like m or in. Or it could be square meters, I guessAlso, what are the units for spatial, spectral, radiometric, and temporal resolution?
Right, thanks for reminding me. I just got the test back today actually. In NC, the state director lets the teams that are going to nationals look at the state tests.Eviscerator, have you gotten your test back yet? Also, I thought you couldn't get states tests back?
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