5 September 2017 Snow and Water Imaging Spectrometer (SWIS): first alignment and characterization results
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The Snow and Water Imaging Spectrometer (SWIS) is a fast, high-uniformity, low-polarization sensitivity imaging spectrometer and telescope system designed for integration on a 6U CubeSat platform. Operating in the 350-1700 nm spectral region with 5.7 nm sampling, SWIS is capable of simultaneously addressing the demanding needs of coastal ocean science and snow and ice monitoring. New key technologies that facilitate the development of this instrument include a linear variable anti-reflection (LVAR) detector coating for stray light management, and a single drive on-board calibration mechanism utilizing a transmissive diffuser for solar calibration. We provide an overview of the SWIS instrument design and potential science applications and describe the instrument assembly and alignment, supported by laboratory measurements.
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Holly A. Bender, Holly A. Bender, Pantazis Mouroulis, Pantazis Mouroulis, Justin Haag, Justin Haag, Christopher D. Smith, Christopher D. Smith, Byron E. Van Gorp, Byron E. Van Gorp, } "Snow and Water Imaging Spectrometer (SWIS): first alignment and characterization results", Proc. SPIE 10402, Earth Observing Systems XXII, 104020A (5 September 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2272602; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2272602
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