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Table 1.

Required science data products and their allowable uncertainties. Each uncertainty is defined as the maximum of the absolute and relative values when both are provided and for level-2 satellite data processing (geophysical values in the original satellite coordinate system). The water-leaving reflectance requirements are defined for ≥50% of the observable deep ocean (depth ≥ 1,000 m). The other requirements are defined for ≥65% of the observable atmosphere.

Required science data products and their allowable uncertainties. Each uncertainty is defined as the maximum of the absolute and relative values when both are provided and for level-2 satellite data processing (geophysical values in the original satellite coordinate system). The water-leaving reflectance requirements are defined for ≥50% of the observable deep ocean (depth ≥ 1,000 m). The other requirements are defined for ≥65% of the observable atmosphere.
Required science data products and their allowable uncertainties. Each uncertainty is defined as the maximum of the absolute and relative values when both are provided and for level-2 satellite data processing (geophysical values in the original satellite coordinate system). The water-leaving reflectance requirements are defined for ≥50% of the observable deep ocean (depth ≥ 1,000 m). The other requirements are defined for ≥65% of the observable atmosphere.
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