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Instrument image
The SLIM-6 imager is a dual bank linear push broom imager utilising the orbital motion of the DMC platform to capture radiation reflected from the Earth's surface within a 600 km swath.

The spectral filter of each channel is protected by a fused silica radiation absorption window, which is positioned on the space facing side of the filter. The spectral filters are located in front of the camera lens. Each of the 6 SLIM-6 imager channels has a linear CCD array at its focal plane.

Status
Operational
Type
Medium Resolution Multispectral Imagery
Technical Characteristics
Accuracy:
Spatial Resolution:
31.822 m at nadir
Swath Width:
600 km
Waveband:
520-600nm + 630-690nm + 770-900nm
Earth Topics
Agriculture ( Crop/Plant Yields , Forest Fires ), Land ( Vegetation ), Natural Disasters ( Floods ), Water ( Water Management )
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EOHelp service closed on 22 and 25 April 2019

19 April 2019

The EOHelp service will be unavailable on Monday 22 and on Thursday 25 April 2019, due to the ESA-ESRIN holiday closure.