Spatial Heterodyne Spectroscopy For High Spectral Resolution Space-Based Remote Sensing

John M. Harlander, Fred L. Roesler, Christoph R. Englert, Joel G. Cardon and Jeff Wimperis

Spatial heterodyne spectroscopy (SHS) offers a number of advantages compared to conventional Fourier transform spectroscopy. An extremely robust, monolithic SHS interferometer will fly aboard a small satellite scheduled for launch in 2006.

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Spatial Heterodyne Spectroscopy For High Spectral Resolution Space-Based Remote Sensing

John M. Harlander, Fred L. Roesler, Christoph R. Englert, Joel G. Cardon and Jeff Wimperis

Spatial heterodyne spectroscopy (SHS) offers a number of advantages compared to conventional Fourier transform spectroscopy. An extremely robust, monolithic SHS interferometer will fly aboard a small satellite scheduled for launch in 2006.

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Publish Date: 01 January 2004


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