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According to NASA, a spectral radiometer is a multispectral sensor. Spectroradiometer—A radiometer that measures the intensity of radiation in multiple wavelength bands (i.e., multispectral). Many times the bands are of high-spectral resolution, designed for remotely sensing specific geophysical parameters Perhaps you're thinking of a spectrometer, ...
Depends on satellite, but most of them have one or two sensors with the same angle of view. For example, Landsat 8 has 2 sensors, TIRS (2 bands) and OLI (9 bands). All of bands have the same angle while sensing. Figuratively speaking - you can not sense Africa with 4 OLI bands and at the same time sense Europe with other 5 bands.
I am a damage prevention specialist, and I use the receiver and transmitter equipment to locate all buried utilities. I went thru a small village 2 years ago and located all residential water services because these are private and not marked out when 811 is called. To map for the village, I utilized a Trimble Geo to create a map file for them for all future ...
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