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Hyperspectral Image Projector with Polarization Capability, Phase I

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Hyperspectral Image Projector with Polarization Capability, Phase I
This proposal outlines the development of a novel instrument for calibrating satellite based imaging sensors -- the Polarization Hyperspectral Image Projector (PHIP). The PHIP instrument is capable of producing realistic, standards-based satellite imagery, simultaneously projecting spectral, spatial and polarization scenes. In this proposal, we offer to extend our current collaboration with NIST and add polarization capability to the HIP instrument, anticipating the need to calibrate emerging polarization-based sensors in NASA's climate monitoring satellites. More »

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