Initial Studies of the Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function of Carbon Nanotube Structures for Stray Light Control Applications

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
Initial Studies of the Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function of Carbon Nanotube Structures for Stray Light Control Applications
Author(s)
Butler J, Georgiev G, Tveekrem J, Quijada M, Getty S, Hagopian J
Publication Title
EARTH OBSERVING MISSIONS AND SENSORS: DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION
Publication Title (abbreviated)
P SOC PHOTO-OPT INSTRUM ENG
Publication Date
2010
DOI
10.1117/12.869569
ISSN
0277-786X
ISBN
978-0-8194-8392-8
Volume
7862
Page Count
16
Article Number
78620D
Conference Name
Conference on Earth Observing Missions and Sensors - Development, Implementation, and Characterization
Conference Date
OCT 13-14, 2010
Conference Location
Incheon, SOUTH KOREA
Conference Sponsor
SPIE, Korea Ocean Res & Dev Inst, Korea Ocean satellite Ctr, Incheon Tourism Org, Natl Aeronaut & Space Adm, Natl Inst Informat & Commun Technol, Sci Technol Corp, Indian Space Res Org, Indian Natl Ctr Ocean Informat Serv
Keyword(s)
multiwalled carbon nanotubes, bidirectional reflectance distribution function, 8(o) directional/hemispherical reflectance, silicon, OPTICAL-BLACK COATINGS, SURFACES, IR
Citation
Butler J, Georgiev G, Tveekrem J, Quijada M, Getty S, Hagopian J. Initial Studies of the Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function of Carbon Nanotube Structures for Stray Light Control Applications. In: EARTH OBSERVING MISSIONS AND SENSORS: DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION. Conference on Earth Observing Missions and Sensors - Development, Implementation, and Characterization; 2010. p. 16.
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