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

@inproceedings{Bell2009MarsRO,
  title={Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mars Color Imager (MARCI): Instrument description, calibration, and performance},
  author={James Bell and Mike J. Wolff and Maximilian Malin and Wendy M. Calvin and Bruce A. Cantor and Michael A. Caplinger and R. Todd Clancy and Kenneth S Edgett and Laurence J. Edwards and J. Fahle and Ferial Ghaemi and Robert Michael Haberle and Amy Shell Snyder Hale and Philip B. James and Seung Whan Lee and Timothy Hubbard McConnochie and Eldar Z. N. Dobrea and Michael A. Ravine and David Schaeffer and Kimberley D. Supulver and Peter C. Thomas},
  year={2009}
}
  • James Bell, Mike J. Wolff, +18 authors Peter C. Thomas
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • [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… CONTINUE READING

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