Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mars Color Imager (MARCI): Instrument description, calibration, and performance

@article{Bell2009MarsRO,
  title={Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mars Color Imager (MARCI): Instrument description, calibration, and performance},
  author={J. Bell and M. Wolff and M. Malin and W. Calvin and B. Cantor and M. Caplinger and R. Clancy and K. Edgett and L. Edwards and J. Fahle and F. Ghaemi and R. Haberle and A. Hale and P. James and S. Lee and T. McConnochie and E. Dobrea and M. Ravine and D. Schaeffer and K. Supulver and P. Thomas},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={114}
}
[1] The Mars Color Imager (MARCI) instrument aboard the NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft is a wide-angle, multispectral Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) “push frame” imaging camera designed to provide frequent, synoptic-scale color imaging of the Martian atmosphere and surface. MARCI uses a 1024 × 1024 pixel interline transfer CCD detector that has seven narrowband interference filters bonded directly to the CCD. Five of the filters are in the visible to short-wave near-infrared… Expand
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