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Development of airborne hemispheric spectrometer

Choi, Reno K.-Y. and Milton, Edward J. (2011) Development of airborne hemispheric spectrometer At QA4EO Workshop: Providing Harmonised Quality Information in Earth Observation Data by 2015, United Kingdom. 18 - 20 Oct 2011.

Record type: Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)


A new concept of hyperspectral instrument is presented. Novel design of hyperspectral skydome allows retrieval of atmospheric constituents and properties from a snapshot of spectral solar radiation over entire sky, regardless of platform motion either on ground or aircraft. Design and description of subsystems of the instrument are given followed by preliminary tolerance analysis, whose results are to be added in the retrieval algorithm along with hardware specifications. Extended application of the hyperspectral skydome is being carried out filling in the gap in the imaging spectrometry.

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Published date: October 2011
Venue - Dates: QA4EO Workshop: Providing Harmonised Quality Information in Earth Observation Data by 2015, United Kingdom, 2011-10-18 - 2011-10-20
Organisations: Global Env Change & Earth Observation


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Date deposited: 24 Oct 2011 14:09
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:14

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Author: Reno K.-Y. Choi

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