The Simultaneous Multispectral Imager (SMI) is a high-speed narrow-field (15 x 20 deg) digital auroral camera with two modes of operation. The multispectral mode images a single field at four wavelength bands simultaneously, with 1km spatial resolution and a typical time resolution of 1s. The single channel mode images a single field through a >640 nm edge filter at 0.3 km spatial resolution and 40 ms time resolution.

Sample ASC and SMI Data

Joshua Semeter
Boston University
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