10 November 2003 Summary of the EO-1 ALI performance during the first 2.5 years on-orbit
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The Advanced Land Imager (ALI) is a VNIR/SWIR, pushbroom instrument that is flying aboard the Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) spacecraft. Launched on November 21, 2000, the objective of the ALI is to flight validate emerging technologies that can be infused into future land imaging sensors. During the first two and one-half years on-orbit, the performance of the ALI has been evaluated using on-board calibrators and vicarious observations. The results of this evaluation are presented here. The spatial performance of the instrument, derived using stellar, lunar, and bridge observations, is summarized. The radiometric stability of the focal plane and telescope, established using solar, lunar, ground truth, and on-board sources, is also provided.
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Jeffrey A. Mendenhall, David R. Hearn, Donald E. Lencioni, Constantine J. Digenis, Lawrence Ong, "Summary of the EO-1 ALI performance during the first 2.5 years on-orbit", Proc. SPIE 5151, Earth Observing Systems VIII, (10 November 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.509661; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.509661
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