Camera_Payload_Report - Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING...

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Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING –2002 Camera Payload Report Author: Lars Oust Date: 13. March 2002 Place: Agricultural University of Norway, NLH Description: This document describes the considerations taken by the camera-group in the NCUBE–Project at NLH. The document will describe what goals the group was working towards and what requirements a satellite-camera have towards sensor chip, resolution, etc combined too these goals. 1
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Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING –2002 Table of contents Introduction ........................................................................................................ 3 Goals .................................................................................................................. 3 Spatial resolution ........................................................................................... 4 Light considerations ....................................................................................... 4 The Camera Solution ......................................................................................... 5 Sensors .......................................................................................................... 5 Colour vs. Mono ............................................................................................. 5 Multiple bands and Wavelengths ................................................................... 6 Name .............................................................................................................. 7 Camera design ................................................................................................... 8 Lenses ............................................................................................................ 8 Focal Length ................................................................................................... 8 Different Cameras .............................................................................................. 9 Cameras ....................................................................................................... 10 Cameras to be modified ............................................................................... 10 Sensors ........................................................................................................ 10 Lenses .......................................................................................................... 10 Conclusion ....................................................................................................... 11 Discussion ........................................................................................................ 11 Sources and Literature ..................................................................................... 11 2
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Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING –2002 Introduction The process of choosing the best payload for a cubesat follows through a section of decision-making: 1. What is the purpose of the actual payload? (In this case a camera)
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course AAE 490 taught by Professor Andrisani during the Fall '09 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Camera_Payload_Report - Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING...

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