Aveni, G.J. (1999). Contamination control for the Earth observing system (EOS) multi-angle imaging spectro-radiometer (MISR). Journal of the Inst. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 42 (2), 32-9.
The contamination control activity performed for the multi-angle imaging spectro-radiometer consisted of an overall system analysis for susceptibility to molecular and particulate contamination from both internal and external sources at the most sensitive sensor wavelength. This analysis considered the system long and short-term radiometric stability requirements, the expected sources of contaminants, the transport of those contaminants to the sensors, and the expected effects of those contaminants on sensitive surfaces. The derived requirements, including specific budgets, and a plan to meet them during assembly, test, and storage, were documented in the EOS MISR Contamination Control Plan. The final phase of control came from monitoring the hardware (recording data and implementing cleaning procedures) during assembly and thermal vacuum testing prior to shipment to the EOS integrator
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