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Lynred, the developer of IR detectors that last month was pegged to develop a SWIR linear array for the Land Surface Temperature Monitoring (LSTM) mission of the European Space Agency’s Copernicus program, will supply its Next-Generation Panchromatic (NGP) SWIR detector to fly on that program’s Carbon Dioxide Monitoring (CO2M) mission. Thales Alenia Space has contracted the company for the project and will integrate the NGP SWIR detector in a spectral imager instrument designed to measure the quantity of CO2 gas in Earth’s atmosphere generated by human activity.
Copernicus is the core satellite Earth-observation program of the European Commission. It provides Earth observation data aimed at initiatives that include…READ MORE