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GPM-GV at Helsinki, Finland, June 21-23, 2010
Members of the Megha-Tropiques team have attended the 4th GPM-GV meeting which was held at the FMI (Finnish meteorological institute) center during 3 days. Presentations of the rainfall activities status of the MT mission as well the status of the MT CAL/VAL plan are available here .
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 13 July 2010 )
The International Announcement of Opportunity
The  Announcement of Opportunity is closed since March 2010.
ISRO and CNES jointly release yesterday the Megha-Tropiques International Announcement of Opportunity. This call for no-cost proposal is open up to end of March, 2010. Scientific propositions from all over the world are welcome. The selected participants will form the International Megha-Tropiques Science team. The call covers the use of the raw observations (Level 1) as well as the geophysical products provided by the indians and french groups. More information is available here .
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 13 July 2010 )
20th November 2009: ScaRaB presented to the French Minister for Education and Research
The technological model of ScaRaB / Megha-Tropiques, developped by LMD Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, was presented to the French Minister for Education and Research, Valérie Pécresse,  during its visit of the new IPSL building, located at Guyancourt  (Yvelines, November 20th, 2009).
Thanks to Patrick Raberanto, Daniel Sourgen, Olivier Bousquet
Fort Collins, CO, USA. Nov 3-5, 2009
The CERES Science team meeting was held at  the Marriot Hotel for 3 days.  A number of talks addressed the status of the various FM of the CERES instrument and presented the products stream and the upcoming new Edition of the products, as well as some scientific analysis of the data record. Dr Roca was given the opportunity to present the Megha-Tropiques mission to the team there and discuss potential cooperation. All look forward a strengthening of this cooperation in the futur. More information at : http://science.larc.nasa.gov/ceres/meetings.html
Last Updated ( Monday, 09 November 2009 )
Salt Lake City, UT, USA. Oct 26-30, 2009

8 members of the Megha-Tropiques team, as a part of the Precipitation Measurement Missions (PMM) science team, have attended the PMM meeting which was held at  the Marriot city center hotel for 4 days. The upcoming launch of the  Megha-Tropiques satellite will contribute two microwave radiometers (MADRAS and SAPHIR) to significantly upgrade the sampling by the GPM constellation in the Tropics. The presentations and posters exposed by the Megha-Tropiques team  during the meeting are available here .

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 November 2009 )
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