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18 November 1998 ISIR (Infrared Spectral Imaging Radiometer) flight results from shuttle mission STS-85
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ISIR (Infrared Spectral Imaging Radiometer) was designed and fabricated by Space Instruments, Inc. and flown by NASA/GSFC on the Discovery shuttle mission STS-85 in August 1997. ISIR collected over 60 hours of infrared data on a variety of cloud, land, and ocean scenes. Data was obtained in four spectral bands with a single, uncooled microbolometer detector array operating in the pushbroom mode. Data was collected with varying amounts of TDI (Time Delay & Integration) to enhance system sensitivity. The design of the ISIR instrument and selected mission results will be presented.
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James W. Hoffman, Ken Cashman, Ronald C. Grush, Katherine Manizade, and James D. Spinhirne "ISIR (Infrared Spectral Imaging Radiometer) flight results from shuttle mission STS-85", Proc. SPIE 3437, Infrared Spaceborne Remote Sensing VI, (18 November 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.331304
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