(of an airborne camera or scanner) capable of sensing and recording radiation from invisible as well as visible parts of the electromagnetic spectrum.
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How to use multispectral in a sentence
By comparing strain rates derived from Sentinel-1’s radar readings to multispectral images captured by Landsat satellites, she’s found that increasing strain rates often foreshadow the spread of a crack through ice.
Although we can’t directly view Earth’s core, Psyche will use a multispectral imager, an instrument that uses filters and two cameras to obtain high-resolution geologic, compositional, and topographical data from the asteroid.NASA wants to use the sun to power future deep space missions | Tatyana Woodall | November 25, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
Rocks containing limonite, a hydrous iron oxide, may be identified readily from Landsat multispectral Scanner data.Deserts | A. S. Walker