GRC Hyperspectral Imager (HSI3.1)


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HSI 3.1

The airborne HSI3.1 has been developed in-house at NASA Glenn Research Center. This pushbroom imager collects three-dimensional (3D) hyperspectral data in the 400 to 900 nm wavelength range, which is ideal for harmful algae identification. The spatial resolution can be adjusted by flying at different altitudes and speeds. The image swath can also be adjusted by changing the FOV lens up to 72°.

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Point(s) of Contact: 
Roger Tokars (POC; PI), John Lekki (PI)