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New SST Optical Sensor of Pampilhosa da Serra: studies on image processing algorithms and multi-filter characterization of Space Debris

@inproceedings{Coelho2021NewSO,
  title={New SST Optical Sensor of Pampilhosa da Serra: studies on image processing algorithms and multi-filter characterization of Space Debris},
  author={Bruno Coelho and Domingos Barbosa and Miguel Bergano and Alexandre C. M. Correia and Jos{\'e} Greg{\'o}rio F. Freitas and Paulo A. C. Marques and Joao Pandeirada and Val'erio Ribeiro},
  year={2021}
}
As part of the Portuguese Space Surveillance & Tracking (SST) System, two new Wide Field of View (2.3ox2.3o) small aperture (30cm) telescopes will be deployed in 2021, at the Pampilhosa da Serra Space Observatory (PASO), located in the center of the continental Portuguese territory, in the heart of a certified Dark Sky area. These optical systems will provide added value capabilities to the Portuguese SST network, complementing the optical telescopes currently in commissioning in Madeira and… Expand

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