The ExoMars2022 mission is scheduled for launch in summer 2022 with a suite of spectral instruments to investigate the Martian surface and near sub-surface. The context instruments: Panoramic Camera (PanCam), a Wide-Angle Cameras (WAC) stereo imaging system, High Resolution Camera (HRC), and the Infrared Spectrometer for ExoMars (ISEM) will be imperative in the selection of drill and analysis sites, and the search for life on Mars. This study used a VNIR SPECIM IQ hyperspectral camera (400-1000nm) and RxSpec 700Z (350-2500nm) to compare to the ExoMars PanCam Instrument emulator (AUPE) to build mission tools and protocols with Martian Meteorite targets.
We describe a visible-light multi-spectral system for vascular oximetry studies that can be implemented in lowand middle-income countries, using a low-cost electronics and optical elements, for instance a Raspberry Pi, a Pi camera under a resolution of 5-megapixel, 2592x1944-pixel resolution, and four different light sources at 480nm, 532nm, 593nm and 610nm on a singular structured illumination area. It is designed to quantify the vascular oxygen saturation change of the rat dorsal spinal cord, which uses a Phyton custom application that synchronize all elements to execute the imaging process in one system, powered by a portable rechargeable 5V battery pack. Aimed for drug discovery, tracking disease progression and understanding of progressive and degenerative diseases. By replacing expensive and bulky imaging systems.