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4 September 2018 Stray light test results of Operational Landsat Imager 2 (OLI-2) compared to OLI
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The Operational Landsat Imager (OLI) stray light performance was tested in 2010 in Ball’s stray light test facility. After the launch of OLI in 2013, measurements of on-orbit stray light performance confirmed the excellent pre-launch results. Ball is currently building OLI-2 for launch in 2020 and stray light testing was performed on the instrument in March 2018. This paper compares these measurements to OLI stray light test results and shows how they provide high confidence that OLI-2 will also provide excellent on-orbit stray light performance. Stray light performance of the two near identical builds is quite similar. This demonstrates the consistency of the assembly process and the repeatability of the testing performed in the Ball stray light test facility.
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Frank Grochocki, John Fleming, and Thomas Kampe "Stray light test results of Operational Landsat Imager 2 (OLI-2) compared to OLI", Proc. SPIE 10750, Reflection, Scattering, and Diffraction from Surfaces VI, 107500E (4 September 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2326896
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