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|2019-06-25.||Riho Vendt||University of Tartu||Tartu Observatory of University of Tartu has modern, well equipped facilities for research work and a new laboratory complex https://kosmos.ut.ee/en/services-3. Tartu Observatory is active in development of new generation radiometric instruments for Earths Observation e.g. www.hypernets.eu, https://www.esa.int/Education/ESEO/Micro_Cameras and organising comparison measurements for Fiducial Reference Measurements https://frm4soc.org . Optical measurements and calibrations are performed for spectral responsivity (irradiance and radiance) of radiometric sensors in the wavelength range (350…900) nm. The sensors can be characterised for properties as angular responsivity, uniformity of the flat-field view, inherent stray light, and thermal effects. The light sources are calibrated for irradiance and radiance in the wavelength range of (340…900) nm. Optical power 5 µW…100 mW in the wavelength range (250…3000) nm can be measured. The calibration laboratory is accredited to ISO17025.|
|2019-06-14.||Nigel Fox||NPL||A wide range and we would anticipate coordinating the project|
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