Lunar Infrared Spectrometer to Characterize the Hydration of Regolith in the Vicinity of a Landerтезисы доклада

Работа с тезисами доклада


[1] Lunar infrared spectrometer to characterize the hydration of regolith in the vicinity of a lander / A. Ivanov, O. Korablev, A. Fedorova et al. // 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. — 2014. Lunar Infrared Spectrometer (LIS) is an experiment onboard Luna-Globe (Luna 25) and Luna-Resurce (Luna 27) Russian surface missions. It is a pencil-beam spectrometer to be pointed by a robotic arm of the landing module, and is intended for study of the lunar surface composition in the vicinity of the lander. The instrument's field of view (FOV) of 1 degree is co-aligned with the FOV (45 degrees) of a stereo TV camera. The spectrometer will provide measurements of selected surface areas in the spectral range of 1.15-3.3 mkm. The spectral selection is provided by acoustooptic tunable filter (AOTF), which scans the spectral range sequentially. Electrical command of the AOTF allows selecting the spectral sampling, and permits a random access if needed. The spectral resolution is better than 25 cm-1. The instrument's mass is 1.3 kg. The primary goal of the experiment is to detect the regolith hydration at 3 m, identifying its form from the shape of the spectrum, and to follow its changes during the day/shadow pattern. Also, LIS will allow to study the mineralogical composition from mineral signatures within the spectral range, and will serve for selection of samples to be analyzed by other instruments.

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