The HyperScape100 is a hyperspectral push-broom imager primarily designed for earth observation applications as a payload for CubeSat satellites. It is based on 12.6-megapixel image sensor and continuously variable filter in the visible and near-infrared (VNIR) spectral range. The HyperScape100 provides continuous line-scan imaging in up to 32 spectral bands, each with digital time delay integration (TDI). The optical front-end (OFE) has a large aperture diameter and long focal length within a compact form factor, resulting in a ground sampling distance (GSD) of 4.75 m at an orbital height of 500 km. The modified Cassegrain optical design brings performance to the edge of the object field over the whole spectral range at an ultra-low distortion. The HyperScape100 is engineered to withstand the rigours of the space environment and maintain performance across a wide temperature range. Its compact form factor is optimised for integration into 3U or larger CubeSat structures.
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Last updated: 2020-02-24