The MASCOT Radiometer MARA for the Hayabusa 2 Mission

  title={The MASCOT Radiometer MARA for the Hayabusa 2 Mission},
  author={M. Grott and J. Knollenberg and B. Borgs and F. Haenschke and E. Kessler and J. Helbert and A. Maturilli and N. Mueller},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  • M. Grott, J. Knollenberg, +5 authors N. Mueller
  • Published 2013
  • Environmental Science, Physics, Geography
  • Space Science Reviews
  • The MASCOT radiometer MARA is a multi-spectral instrument which measures net radiative flux in six wavelength bands. MARA uses thermopile sensors as sensing elements, and the net flux between the instrument and the surface in the 18∘$18^{\circ }$ field of view is determined by evaluating the thermoelectric potential between the sensors’ absorbing surface and the thermopile’s cold-junction. MARA houses 4 bandpass channels in the spectral range of 5.5–7, 8–9.5, 9.5–11.5, and 13.5–15.5 μm, as well… CONTINUE READING
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