The EnMAP Spaceborne Imaging Spectroscopy Mission for Earth Observation

@article{Guanter2015TheES,
  title={The EnMAP Spaceborne Imaging Spectroscopy Mission for Earth Observation},
  author={Luis Guanter and Hermann Kaufmann and Karl Segl and Saskia Foerster and Christian Roga\ss and Sabine Chabrillat and Theres Kuester and Andr{\'e} Hollstein and Godela Rossner and Christian Chlebek and Christoph Straif and Sebastian Fischer and Stefanie Schrader and Tobias Storch and Uta Heiden and Andreas M{\"u}ller and Martin Bachmann and Helmut M{\"u}hle and Rupert M{\"u}ller and Martin Habermeyer and Andreas Ohndorf and Joachim Hill and Henning Buddenbaum and Patrick Hostert and Sebastian van der Linden and Pedro J. Leit{\~a}o and Andreas Rabe and Roland Doerffer and Hajo Krasemann and Hongyan Xi and Wolfram Mauser and Tobias Hank and Matthias Locherer and Michael Rast and Karl Staenz and Bernhard Sang},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={8830-8857}
}
Imaging spectroscopy, also known as hyperspectral remote sensing, is based on the characterization of Earth surface materials and processes through spectrally-resolved measurements of the light interacting with matter. The potential of imaging spectroscopy for Earth remote sensing has been demonstrated since the 1980s. However, most of the developments and applications in imaging spectroscopy have largely relied on airborne spectrometers, as the amount and quality of space-based imaging… CONTINUE READING
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