Develop an UV-NIR (350nm to 1050 nm) portable remote imaging spectrometer (PRISM) for flight on a variety of airborne platforms with high SNR and response uniformity optimized for coastal ocean science:
Unprecedented sensitivity for assessing the large dynamic range in observed coastal reflectance at ~3 nm spectral resolution
Provide performance exceeding the state-of-the-art in light throughput, spectral and spatial uniformity, and polarization insensitivity by factors of 2-10, while extending the spectral range into ultraviolet
Provide a two-channel SWIR (1240 nm and 1640 nm) radiometer to facilitate application of the atmospheric correction algorithm
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|NASA Headquarters (HQ)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Washington, DC|
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