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Unread 02-28-2012, 10:57 AM
Manakamana Manakamana is offline
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Default Cloudsat lat/lon

Dear all,
I am trying to make a radar reflectivity plot over the Indian ocean through the Himalaya. I am using Matlab tool. part of the script is as below:

ind=find(Longitude>=86.6 & Longitude<=87.5);

I wanted to plot the night time pass over the region on 2006 Aug 28, granule 1783, segment 29 on the Quicklook image. It should give 'lat' value 23.1 to 34.6 as it is the boundary for this segment. However, the Matlab code gives -58.3797 and 34.4807. First 'lat' value driven by Matlab went very far away. It is very strange to me and killing the whole day.

Day time pass data seems fine.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

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Unread 02-28-2012, 11:34 AM
hyoklee hyoklee is offline
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Would you please post your MATLAB code and link to the CloudSAT data file so that forum users can take a look at them?
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