1 May 1972 A Solid State Multispectral Imager
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Proceedings Volume 0027, Remote Sensing of Earth Resources and the Environment; (1972) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.978138
Event: Remote Sensing of Earth Resources and the Environment, 1971, Palo Alto, United States
Abstract
One of the requirements for the Earth Observations Program is a multispectral imaging system for remote sensing in an earth orbiting satellite. This system should be capable of very broad spectral coverage so that a sufficient portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is available for examination to ensure that unique signatures of earth based details may be derived. Experimental evidence gathered during the past 5 years indicates that the region from 0.35 to 14 microns is particularly useful, with a spatial resolution of 25-100 feet desirable. Timeliness of data return and ease of subsequent data reduction are also important, particularly for such disciplines as Meteorology, Agriculture, pollution monitoring, etc.
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A. Green, A. Green, C. K. Yutkowitz, C. K. Yutkowitz, } "A Solid State Multispectral Imager", Proc. SPIE 0027, Remote Sensing of Earth Resources and the Environment, (1 May 1972); doi: 10.1117/12.978138; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.978138
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