MSRN featured on ESA website

ESA describes MSRN, which stands for Multispectral Sensing for Relative Navigation, developed by cosine and partners (GMV and ESA), on their website. ESA quote:

The advantage of multispectral imaging over conventional single wavelengths imaging is that the spatial relationships among the different wavelengths sensed in a neighbourhood of the centroid of a target allow very accurate classification of the features of the image.

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This page also includes the presentation given by Nathan Vercruyssen, cosine scientist, during the ESA Coordinated Final Presentation Days, on 21 November 2016. The presentation can be downloaded in pdf, as well as viewed.