Post calibration of the Infrared camera after the flight on the NASA balloon launched by the Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility of NASA in New Mexico, USA has been performed at INTA.

The Infrared camera calibration was performed in the Laboratorio de Ensayos Ambientales Climáticos of the Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA) in Torrejón de Ardoz Spain.

The camera was calibrated in a climate camera in the Laboratory in a Nitrogen ambient to avoid drew condensation in the -40ºC to 40ºC temperature range. A black body 100x100 mm2 covering the whole FoV of the IR camera.

IR camera calibration

The calibration covers temperatures of the source from -45 to 45ºC in ambient conditions ranging -40 to 40ºC.

 

 

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