State-of-the-Art Image Sensors and Signal Processing in NASA's Space Telescopes

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State-of-the-Art Image Sensors and Signal Processing in NASA's Space Telescopes

In September 2009, USA Today and other media outlets have reported a successful servicing mission to the Hubble Space telescope. The mission upgraded and enhanced many of Hubble's scientific instruments. The In-the-Spotlight column in the January 2010 issue of the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine provided a closer look at the imaging sensors and the associated processing and control mechanisms in the Hubble and its successor the James Webb Space Telescope scheduled to be deployed in 2014.

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