Analysis and optimization of photo-spectral system angular characteristics

1Belyaev, Yu.V, 2Katkovskyi, LV, 2Krot, Yu.A, 2Khvalei, SV, 2Khomitsevich, AD
1Research Institute «Institute of Applied Physical Problems named after A.N. Sevchenko» of the Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarusia
2Research Institute «Institute of Applied Physical Problems named after A.N. Sevchenko» of the Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2011, 17 ;(1):80-83
Publication Language: Russian
We describe the analysis and optimization of angular characteristics of the photospectral system which is in current use onboard the International Space Station within the framework of the space experiment «Uragan». The results of our investigation of the spectrometer field-of-view angular characteristics and of field-of-view angle reducing in sagittal plane are given. Our results for positioning of the spectrometer unit field of view relative to the image registration unit field of view are discussed.
Keywords: image registration, optimization, spectrometer
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