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Title: Calibration and Performance of the Galileo Solid-State Imaging System in Jupiter Orbit
Authors: Klaasen, K. P.
Breneman, H. H.
Cunningham, W. F.
Kaufman, J. M.
Klemaszewski, J. E.
Magee, K. P.
McEwen, A. S.
Mortensen, H. B.
Pappalardo, R. T.
Senske, D. A.
Sullivan, R. J.
Vasavada, A. R.
Issue Date: Oct-1998
Citation: Optical Engineering
USA
Abstract: The Solid-State Imaging subsystem (SSI) on NASA's Galileo Jupiter orbiter spacecraft has successfully completed its two-year primary mission exploring the Jovian system. The SSI has remained in remarkably stable calibration during the 8-year flight, and the quality of the returned images is exceptional.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20664
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