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Yalei You, Christa Peters-Lidard, S. Joseph Munchak, Jackson Tan, Scott Braun, Sarah Ringerud, William Blackwell, John Xun Yang, Eric Nelkin, and Jun Dong

precipitation retrievals from microwave and infrared observations. Microwave observations are more directly sensitive to precipitation hydrometeors, but come at irregular and low temporal resolution compared to infrared observations. Thus, they are propagated to a period when they are not available through motion vectors. Passive microwave radiometers can be grouped into two categories: conical scanning radiometers and cross-track scanning radiometers. A passive microwave radiometer is considered a conical

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