28 October 1996 EO-1: NASA's first new millennium earth orbiting mission
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One of the key charges to NASA's Mission to Planet Earth (MTPE) is to ensure the continuity of future Landsat data. The New Millennium Program's (NMP) first Earth orbiting flight will validate technologies contributing to the reduction in cost of Landsat follow-on missions. The centerpiece is an advanced land imager (ALI) instrument. The EO-1 imaging system will also incorporate alternative and innovative approaches to future land imaging, including two different hyperspectral imaging techniques. One of these is a hyperspectral wedge spectrometer and the other is a miniature hyperspectral grating spectrometer.
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Bernard D. Seery, Bernard D. Seery, D. Bryant Cramer, D. Bryant Cramer, Christopher M. Stevens, Christopher M. Stevens, Donald E. Lencioni, Donald E. Lencioni, } "EO-1: NASA's first new millennium earth orbiting mission", Proc. SPIE 2810, Space Sciencecraft Control and Tracking in the New Millennium, (28 October 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.255149; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.255149
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