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18 September 2018 Mapping Trojan asteroids in the thermal infrared with TROTIS
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Abstract
TROTIS (TROjan asteroid Thermal Infrared multi-Spectral imager) is a high spatial-resolution thermal imaging system optimized for targets in the outer solar system with heritage from the Miniaturized Asteroid thermal infrared Imager and Radiometer (MAIR) for the AIDA mission as well as Bepi-Colombo mission's MErcury Radiometer and Thermal Infrared Spectrometer (MERTIS). TROTIS will provide unique science observations that will foster our understanding of Trojan asteroids. It will provide compositional information, thermal physical properties as well as help determine accurate shapes. In addition TROTIS can aid optical navigation, as it will be able to detect targets from any phase angle.
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Joern Helbert, Anko Boerner, Alessandro Maturilli, Mario D'Amore, Matthias Grott, Jörg Knollenberg, Gabriele E. Arnold, Ernesto Palomba, Tatsuaki Okada, Pierre Vernazza, Andrew Rivkin, Indhu Varatharajan, Ingo Walter, Thomas Säuberlich, and Gisbert Peter "Mapping Trojan asteroids in the thermal infrared with TROTIS", Proc. SPIE 10765, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XXVI, 1076509 (18 September 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2320111; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2320111
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