Probability of image acquisition from satellite overpasses Republic of Cape Verde Public Deposited

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  • The main purpose of this research is 1. To analyze the terrain/climate of Cape Verde, with emphasis on cloud cover, and its effect upon satellite image acquisition. 2. To use a methodology that allows the use of AutoCAD to map these clouds effect in image acquisition to permit viewing whatever cloud-free areas exist. 3. To find the probability of image acquisition from satellite overpasses of the Republic of Cape Verde, as well the basic statistic of cloud coverage for the study area. Therefore, this research will result in the confirmation of the hypothesis that the climatic situation in Cape Verde can affect, in large scale, the acquisition of image from satellites.
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