25 October 1996 ADONIS: daylight imaging through atmospheric turbulence
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The AMOS daylight optical near-infrared imaging system, acronym ADONIS, is a sensor system designed for collecting satellite images under daylight conditions and employing speckle post-processing for enhancement of the resulting images. This paper presents our solution (the ADONIS system) to the daylight observation problem by first establishing the issues related to radiometry, daylight detection, and incoherent speckle imaging. System design resolution optimization results are presented. ADONIS imaging results and conclusions based on these results also are presented.
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John D. Gonglewski, John D. Gonglewski, Ronald G. Highland, Ronald G. Highland, David Charles Dayton, David Charles Dayton, Steven C. Sandven, Steven C. Sandven, Samuel C. Rogers, Samuel C. Rogers, Stephen L. Browne, Stephen L. Browne, } "ADONIS: daylight imaging through atmospheric turbulence", Proc. SPIE 2827, Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis III, (25 October 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.255078; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.255078
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