Examining small satellite payload calibration, testing processes, and methods, including accuracy and precision, to discover ways to reduce cost and schedule while still meeting mission requirements.

Session Chair: Arun Jumpasut, Planet

Schedule

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2019
Monday, June 17th
4:30 PM

Transfer of Calibration to CubeSat On-board Carbon Nanotube Sources

David Osterman, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
A. Amparan, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
A. Ghandour, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
T. Kampe, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
P. Kerrigan, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
J. Necas, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
R. Rohrschneider, Ball Aerospace & Technologies
G. Reavis, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
M. Veto, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
R. Warden, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation

4:30 PM

4:55 PM

Classification of North Africa for Use as an Extended Pseudo Invariant Calibration Site for Radiometric Calibration and Stability Monitoring of Optical Satellite Sensors

Larry Leigh, South Dakota State University
Mahesh Shrestha, South Dakota State University
Nahid Hasan, South Dakota State University
Morakot Kaewmanee, South Dakota State University

4:55 PM