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Title: Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS): Sensor Improvements for 1994 and 1995
Authors: Sarture, C. M.
Chrien, T. G.
Green, R. O.
Eastwood, M. L.
Johnson, H.K .
Chovit, C. J.
Hajek, P.
Holbrook, J. L.
Raney, J. J.
Hernandez, M. A.
Issue Date: 23-Jan-1995
Citation: Pasadena, CA
Abstract: AVIRIS is a NASA-sponsored Earth-remote-sensing imaging spectrometer designed, built, and operated by JPL. In the time that AVIRIS has been operational since 1989, major improvements have been completed in most of the subsystems of the sensor during the winter maintenance cycles. As a consequence of these efforts, the capabilities of AVIRIS to reliably acquire and deliver consistently high quality, calibrated imaging spectrometer data continue to improve annually, significantly over those in 1989. Improvements to AVIRIS prior to 1994 have been described elsewhere. This paper details recent and planned improvements to AVIRIS in the sensor task.
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