8 October 2015 Optical technologies for space sensor
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Proceedings Volume 9678, AOPC 2015: Telescope and Space Optical Instrumentation; 96780B (2015) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2197608
Event: Applied Optics and Photonics China (AOPC2015), 2015, Beijing, China
Space sensors are used in navigation sensor fields. The sun, the earth, the moon and other planets are used as frame of reference to obtain stellar position coordinates, and then to control the attitude of an aircraft. Being the “eyes” of the space sensors, Optical sensor system makes images of the infinite far stars and other celestial bodies. It directly affects measurement accuracy of the space sensor, indirectly affecting the data updating rate. Star sensor technology is the pilot for Space sensors. At present more and more attention is paid on all-day star sensor technology. By day and night measurements of the stars, the aircraft’s attitude in the inertial coordinate system can be provided. Facing the requirements of ultra-high-precision, large field of view, wide spectral range, long life and high reliability, multi-functional optical system, we integration, integration optical sensors will be future space technology trends. In the meantime, optical technologies for space-sensitive research leads to the development of ultra-precision optical processing, optical and precision test machine alignment technology. It also promotes the development of long-life optical materials and applications. We have achieved such absolute distortion better than ±1um, Space life of at least 15years of space-sensitive optical system.
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Hu Wang, Hu Wang, Jie Liu, Jie Liu, Yaoke Xue, Yaoke Xue, Yang Liu, Yang Liu, Meiying Liu, Meiying Liu, Lingguang Wang, Lingguang Wang, Shaodong Yang, Shaodong Yang, Shangmin Lin, Shangmin Lin, Su Chen, Su Chen, Jianjun Luo, Jianjun Luo, } "Optical technologies for space sensor", Proc. SPIE 9678, AOPC 2015: Telescope and Space Optical Instrumentation, 96780B (8 October 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2197608; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2197608


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