Monoblock constructions of on-board and field hyperspectrometers

1Donets, VV, 2Tsymbal, AYu., 1Brovchenko, VV
1Corporation «Research and Production Enterprise «Arsenal», Kyiv, Ukraine
2«Mayak Plant, Open Joint-Stock Company, Kyiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012, 18 ;(4):37–44
Publication Language: Russian
We consider monoblock constructions of field and on-board hyperspectrometers for the spectrometric study of the Earth’s surface and for the spectrometric data subsatellite validation. Some achievements in the device production which were tested in the hyperspectrometers AIS, ROSIS, CRISM, and AVIRIS of the first and second generations are implemented in new hyperspectrometers and other compact spectrometric devices for investigations of the Earth’s surface
Keywords: on-board hyperspectrophotometers, validation
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