Teledyne Brown Engineering has taken a lead in rapid mission development and deployment to the International Space Station via its hosted payload capacity, MUSES, the Multi User System for Earth Sensing. The path finder mission launched as a hosted payload in soft stowage is the hyperspectral sensor DESIS. DESIS is now at Full Operation Capacity and exquisitely calibrated to NASA and ESA sensors and RadCalNet ground sites.
Learn more about MUSES and DESIS in this presentation: The DESIS Hyperspectral Instrument And MUSES Imaging Platform
If you have questions concerning MUSES or DESIS commercial, academic, or NGO site access, please contact our Geospatial Operations Manager Heath Lester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For DESIS technical information and calibration assistance, please contact Kara Burch at email@example.com.