18 May 2012 Hyperspectral image turbulence measurements of the atmosphere
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A Forward Looking Interferometer (FLI) sensor has the potential to be used as a means of detecting aviation hazards in flight. One of these hazards is mountain wave turbulence. The results from a data acquisition activity at the University of Colorado's Mountain Research Station will be presented here. Hyperspectral datacubes from a Telops Hyper-Cam are being studied to determine if evidence of a turbulent event can be identified in the data. These data are then being compared with D&P TurboFT data, which are collected at a much higher time resolution and broader spectrum.
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Sarah E. Lane, Sarah E. Lane, Leanne L. West, Leanne L. West, Gary G. Gimmestad, Gary G. Gimmestad, Stanislav Kireev, Stanislav Kireev, William L. Smith, William L. Smith, Edward M. Burdette, Edward M. Burdette, Taumi Daniels, Taumi Daniels, Larry Cornman, Larry Cornman, } "Hyperspectral image turbulence measurements of the atmosphere", Proc. SPIE 8355, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing XXIII, 83550N (18 May 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.919386; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.919386
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