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Hyperion, a space-based imaging spectrometer

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6 Author(s)
Pearlman, J.S. ; Adv. Network Centric Operations, Boeing Co., Seattle, WA, USA ; Barry, P.S. ; Segal, C.C. ; Shepanski, J.
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The Hyperion Imaging Spectrometer was the first imaging spectrometer to routinely acquire science-grade data from Earth orbit. Instrument performance was validated and carefully monitored through a combination of calibration approaches: solar, lunar, earth (vicarious) and atmospheric observations complemented by onboard calibration lamps and extensive prelaunch calibration. Innovative techniques for spectral calibration of space-based sensors were also tested and validated. Instrument performance met or exceeded predictions including continued operation well beyond the planned one-year program.

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Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 6 )

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June 2003

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