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  • APS Departmental Seminar–M.N. Abedin and A.T. Bradley (NASA Langley)

    Date/Time: March 25, 2015 (Wednesday) noon

    Where: Center for Atmospheric Sciences Class Room (Phenix 123)

    Speaker: M. N. Abedin and A.T. Bradley

    From: NASA Langley

    Topic: Raman, Fluorescence, and Lidar Multi-Sensing Instrument for Planetary Surfaces and Atmosphere Characterization

    Abstract: In this talk, we will discuss an active remote sensing instrument by combining Raman, fluorescence spectroscopy, and lidar subsystems for robotic planetary missions. This instrument is suitable for multi-platform applications, such as aerial, lander, and rover systems, on planetary surfaces and atmospheres, including Mars, Moon, Jupiter’s Icy Moon-Europa, Asteroids, and other planets. This multi-sensing instrument is a highly sensitive, light-weight, miniature active remote sensing instrument that uses a 4-inch telescope, small spectrometer, compact Nd: YAG laser, miniature Intensified Charge-Coupled Device (ICCD) camera, Photomultiplier Tube (PMT), and a breadboard system. In this talk, we will discuss only the applications of Raman spectroscopy for detecting water, ice, dry ice, minerals, etc., and of using lidar remote sensing techniques for determining aerosol distribution and cloud profiling.

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