The design of the Naval Postgraduate School's Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer.
MacMannis, Andrew R.
Cleary, David. C
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Hyperspectral imaging spectrometers are remote sensing instruments capable of producing an image cube comprised of a two-dimensional scene and the corresponding spectra of each scene element. Remote sensing is growing in civilian applications and support of military operations. Civilian applications vary from plant species identification, stress measurement, leaf water content and canopy chemistry to geological identification and mapping. Military applications include target identification and classification, bomb damage assessment, terrain or area utilization and rocket plume identification. This thesis describes the fabrication and alignment of the NPS Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer (NUVIS). NUVIS is a hyperspectral imaging spectrometer designed to investigate the added value of the ultraviolet region of the spectrum. The spectrometer is comprised of a telescope assembly using an off-axis parabolic mirror, a slit, a flat field imaging diffraction grating and a camera assembly. This is the first part of a continuing project to build, test and use this sensor for support of military operations
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