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Title: HyspIRI high-temperature saturation study
Authors: Realmuto, V.
Hook, S.
Foote, M.
Csiszar, I.
Dennison, P.
Giglio, L.
Ramsey, M.
Vaughan, R.G.
Wooster, M.
Wright, R.
Keywords: saturation
imaging spectrometer
infrared spectrometer
Earth movements
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2011.
Series/Report no.: JPL Publication
11-2
Abstract: As part of the precursor activities for the HyspIRI mission, a small team was assembled to determine the optimum saturation level for the mid-infrared (4-μm) channel, which is dedicated to the measurement of hot targets. Examples of hot targets include wildland fires and active lava flows. This determination took into account both the temperature expected for the natural phenomena and the expected performance of the mid-infrared channel as well as its overlap with the other channels in the thermal infrared (7.5–12 μm) designed to measure the temperature of lower temperature targets. Based on this work, the hot target saturation group recommends a saturation temperature of 1200 K for the mid-infrared channel. The saturation temperature of 1200 K represents a good compromise between the prevention of saturation and sensitivity to ambient temperature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/41762
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