Orbiter High Resolution Camera onboard Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter

@article{Chowdhury2020OrbiterHR,
  title={Orbiter High Resolution Camera onboard Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter},
  author={Arup Roy Chowdhury and Manish Kumar Saxena and Ankush Kumar and Sujata Joshi and . Amitabh and Aditya Kumar Dagar and Manish Mittal and Shweta Kirkire and Jalshri Harshit Desai and Dhrupesh S. Shah and J. C. Karelia and Anand Kumar and Kailash Jha and Prasanta Das and H. V. Bhagat and Jitendra Sharma and D. N. Ghonia and Meghal Desai and Gaurav Bansal and Ashutosh Gupta},
  journal={Current Science},
  year={2020}
}
Orbiter High Resolution Camera (OHRC) onboard Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter-craft, is a very high spatial resolution camera operating in visible panchromatic band. OHRC’s primary goal is to image the landingsite region prior to landing for characterization and finding hazard-free zones. Post landing operation of the OHRC will be for scientific studies of small-scale features on the lunar surface. OHRC makes use of the time delay integration detector to have good signal-tonoise ratio under low… 

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