EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 237, 2020The 29th International Laser Radar Conference (ILRC 29)
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|Published online||07 July 2020|
Laser Remote Sensors for NASA’s Future Earth and Space Science Missions
NASA Engineering Safety Center, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia 23681, USA
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Published online: 7 July 2020
Active optical (Laser/Lidar) measurement techniques are critical for the future National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Earth, Planetary Science, Exploration, and Aeronautics measurements. The latest science decadal surveys recommend a number of missions requiring active optical systems to meet the science measurement objectives and the aeronautics community continues to use Laser/Lidar technologies to meet the aeronautics measurement objectives. This presentation will provide an overview of NASA efforts in developing and maturing state-of-the-art advanced solid-state flight laser/lidar systems for airborne and space-borne remote sensing measurements. The presentation will also provide details of a strategic approach for active optical technologies and techniques to meet the NASA’s future Earth and Space Science measurements/missions needs and requirements for space-based applications.
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