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23 November 1982 Imaging Spectrometer Technologies For Advanced Earth Remote Sensing
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A major requirement of multispectral imaging systems for advanced Earth remote sensing is the provision for greater spectral resolution and more versatile spectral band selection. The imaging spectrometer instrument concept provides this versatility by the combination of pushbroom imaging and spectrally dispersing optics using area array detectors in the focal plane. The Shuttle Imaging Spectrometer concept achieves 10-and 20-meter ground instantaneous fields of view with 20-nanometer spectral resolution from Earth orbit. Onboard processing allows the selection of spectral bands during flight; this, in turn, permits the sensor parameters to be tailored to the experiment objectives. Recent advances in optical design, infrared detector arrays, and focal plane cooling indicate the feasibility of the instrument concept and support the practicability of a validation flight experiment for the Shuttle in the late 1980s.
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J. B. Wellman, J. B. Breckinridge, P. Kupferman, R. P. Salazar, and K. B. Sigurdson "Imaging Spectrometer Technologies For Advanced Earth Remote Sensing", Proc. SPIE 0345, Advanced Multispectral Remote Sensing Technology and Applications, (23 November 1982); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.933766
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