HDFcleanEntry ID: ESA_HDFclean
Abstract: HDFclean is a program for reprocessing images stored in the HDF file format (Hierarchical Data Format). Two types of processing may be selected: Fill Missing Pixels and Remove Stripes.
The intended use is to tidy up images of the Earth captured by the CHRIS hyper-spectral imager. This instrument was built by the former Sira Space Group (now part of Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL)) as part of the ESA PROBA satellite. It has been operational since October 2001, so there is a sizable library of images.
The program may work with HDF images from other sources, but this cannot be guaranteed (see Compatibility).
Access Constraints The application should run on any recent Windows operating system.
An HDF file from another source may be usable with HDFclean, provided it conforms to the following assumptions:
- the image is stored as a SD (Scientific Dataset)
- if there is more than one SD in the file, the required image is in the first SD
- the image is 3 dimensional, consisting of a 2 dimensional image for each band consecutively
- the data points are 32-bit integers, stored in the standard HDF order (most significant byte first)
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Email: Tyler.B.Stevens at nasa.gov
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