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4 November 2004 Field testing the wide-field-of-view imaging spectrometer(WFIS)
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The Wide Field-of-view Imaging Spectrometer (WFIS), a high-performance pushbroom hyperspectral imager designed for atmospheric chemistry and aerosols measurement from an aircraft or satellite, underwent initial field testing in 2004. The results of initial field tests demonstrate the all-reflective instrument's imaging performance and the capabilities of data processing algorithms to render hyperspectral image cubes from the field scans. Further processing results in spectral and photographic imagery suitable for identification, analysis, and discrimination of subjects in the images. The field tests also reveal that the WFIS instrument is suited for other applications, including in situ imaging and geological remote sensing.
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Robert E. Haring, Randy Pollock, Richard M. Cross, and Brian M. Sutin "Field testing the wide-field-of-view imaging spectrometer(WFIS)", Proc. SPIE 5543, Infrared Spaceborne Remote Sensing XII, (4 November 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.566488
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