Monday, August 06, 2012

e2v Sensors on Curiosity Rover

After Truesense announcement last week, e2v too reminds that its sensors equip both the Curiosity rover’s Chemistry and Mineralogy instrument (CheMin) which was developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Chemistry & Camera instrument (ChemCam) which was developed by the Los Alamos National Lab under an agreement with NASA’s JPL.

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  1. and hearty congrats to JPL on a successful landing!

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  2. Nice mission, pitty to see that not a Kodak sensor inside!

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    1. The Kodak sensor division is now known as TrueSens (http://www.truesenseimaging.com/news-and-events/2-truesense-imaging-announces-company-name-as-an-independent-operation).

      And, there are TrueSense sensors onboard CURIOSITY: http://image-sensors-world.blogspot.co.il/2012/07/more-details-on-truesense-ccds-on-board.html

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  3. Thanks for update!

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