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12 October 2015 Visible and infrared detector developments supported by the European Space Agency
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Remote sensing is a priority activity for the European Space Agency and detector performance is a crucial factor in determining how well this role is performed. Consequently, the Agency has a strong interest in continuous improvement of both detector capabilities and availability within Europe. To this end, ESA maintains a number of strategic detector development plans combining both technology-push and technology-pull. The visible and infrared wavebands are of particular interest for remote sensing activities and this paper sets out the requirements for current and future missions and presents details of the Agency’s current and planned detector developments.
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N. Nelms, K. Minoglou, C. Voland, Y. Levillain, R. Meynart, J.-L. Bezy, L. Duvet, M. Zahir, B. Leone, A. Ciapponi, and P.-E. Crouzet "Visible and infrared detector developments supported by the European Space Agency", Proc. SPIE 9639, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XIX, 96390O (12 October 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2194104
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