Instrumentation and Photography

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Institute’s Profile


The Institute contributes with its know-how and expertise in passive and active microwaves to the development and advancement of ground-based, airborne and spaceborne sensors, concentrating its resear...
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Related Topics: Spacecraft Instrumentation and Astrionics Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space) Communications and Radar Traffic Management at Events Instrumentation and Photography

Testing and Laboratory Equipment


Ground Station: One main part of every unmanned aircraft system is the ground control station. During the past activities at the Institute of Flight Systems, several different concepts have been reali...
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COROTLOG


COROTLOG is the on-board software for the satellite COROT as German technical contribution for the Space mission COROT. The german project head is Dr. H. Rauer, DLR Institute of Planetary Resaerch (CO...
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Related Topics: Instrumentation and Photography Geophysics

Technique of measurement


Decisive factors in experiments with concentrated solar radiation are the total power and the flux density in kilowatts per square meter (kW / m²) plus its distribution. The reliable optical measureme...
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Bepi-Colombo


MERTIS is a combined TIR Spectrometer with an radiometer instrument proposed for the orbiter of Bepi Colombo. From Earth-based telescopic measurements of hermean spectra, which are mostly disk-integra...
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Related Topics: Structural Mechanics Solar Physics Qualification System Analysis Instrumentation and Photography Electronics and Electrical Engineering Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration

MODIS


The MODIS sensor onboard the TERRA satellite, was launched on December 18, 1999. On May 4, 2002 the second MODIS sensor followed onboard AQUA. The 'Moderate Resolution Imaging Instrument' MODIS, a 36-...
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