Hand-sized hyperspectral camera to fly on ESAs next CubeSat


Colour equals information, so the more spectral bands an Earth-observing satellite sees, the greater quantity of environmental findings returned to its homeworld. Now ESA is able to fly a hand-sized hyperspectral imager sufficiently small to suit on its next nanosatellite.



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[Source: ESA Space Engineering & Technology]

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