Zach Castleman

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The HyperSpectral Imager for Climate Science (HySICS) is a spatial/spectral spectrometer for viewing Earth scenes with the ~0.2% (1-σ) radiometric accuracy needed for climate studies. Covering the reflected solar spectral region from 350 to 2300 nm with 6 nm resolution, this instrument will provide 0.5 km spatial resolution while covering a 100 km(More)
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