Spinning enhanced visible and infrared imager

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Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager

(Abbreviated SEVIRI.) A 12-channel imaging instrument flown on MSG satellites, providing full disk scanning every 15 minutes. Imaging channels extend over visible, short, mid- and long-wavelength infrared spectral regions. A single high-resolution channel provides 1-km resolution imagery at nadir, while the remaining channels will have nadir resolutions of 3 km.

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