Abstract

Imaging geosynchronous satellites from the ground using imaging interferometry and multiple spectral channels has a unique phase error, an unknown linear phase across each set of measurements, caused by the atmosphere. Employing several techniques, we demonstrate the successful image reconstructions of this particular type of phase-corrupted data.

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