20 Mar
ESA Sentinel 2 Supraglacial lakes

S&T at the Global Space Conference on Climate Change 2023

S&T will present supraglacial lake extent and depth at the Global Space Conference on Climate Change 2023

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08 Aug

Project ATELIER-EO awarded by the Norwegian Research Council

S&T has been awarded funds by the Norwegian Research Council (Forskningsrådet) to perform the R&D project called ATELIER-EO (Automated machine learning framework tailored to Earth Observation)!

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06 May

Imperfect cameras and how to fix them

Straylight is something which is exhibited in any system of lenses, and causes light to be scattered in hard-to-predict ways. In the ESA's Instrument Data Simulator (IDS) project for the Sentinel-4 satellite’s inside the UVN spectrometer there are two detectors we are simulating, it's the UVVIS and NIR. As with all optics, these are susceptible to a range of phenomena that need to be accounted for. For the past six months, we've been working on implementing a simulation of the phenomenon called straylight.

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20 Dec
Railroad Valley in California (USA). The false-color overlay shows the Analysis Ready Data that HyperScout produced on board, ready to be interpreted.

HyperScout demonstrates that satellite imagery can be processed in space

HyperScout 1, the first miniaturized hyperspectral imager for space, successfully demonstrated that it is possible to process the images that are gathered by a satellite on board.

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18 Jan

LUMIO winner of ESA'S LUCE SYSNOVA competition

LUMIO: the cubesat that will watch meteoroid impacts on the far side of the Moon

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