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15 October 2012 Ultra-compact Imaging Spectrometer (UCIS) for in-situ planetary mineralogy: laboratory and field calibration
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The Ultra-Compact Imaging Spectrometer (UCIS) is a miniature telescope and spectrometer system intended for mapping terrain mineralogy over distances from 1.5 m to infinity with spatial sampling of 1.35 mrad over a 30° field, and spectral sampling of 10 nm in the 600-2500 nm range. The core of the system has been designed for operation in a Martian environment, but can also be used in a terrestrial environment when placed inside a vacuum vessel. We report the laboratory and field calibration data that include spatial and spectral calibration, and demonstrate the use of the system.
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Byron Van Gorp, Pantazis Mouroulis, Robert O. Green, Jose I. Rodriguez, Diana Blaney, Daniel W. Wilson, R. Glenn Sellar, and Brandon S. Richardson "Ultra-compact Imaging Spectrometer (UCIS) for in-situ planetary mineralogy: laboratory and field calibration", Proc. SPIE 8515, Imaging Spectrometry XVII, 85150G (15 October 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.939475
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