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Experimental small low-weight multispectral infrared radiometer for environmental monitoring from space

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This paper reports the parameters of the experimentally tested essential components of a wide-area radiometer (capture range of 150 km at an orbit height of 600 km) operating in the thermal infrared range (8–11 µm) with an enhanced spatial resolution (up to 150 m) and three or more spectral channels, designed for installation on a small spacecraft to survey a wide range of natural resources and remote sensing of the Earth.

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