Radiant Temperature Nulling Radiometer ()

Developed at NASA Stennis Space Center, the radiant temperature nulling radiometer provides high-accuracy, self-calibrating temperature measurement. NASA Stennis’ enhanced technology offers significant advantages over current infrared (IR) radiometers that often are imprecise and costly to operate. These advantages include high thermal resolution and the elimination of drifts, offset gains, and emissivity errors using a single black body. The improved accuracy and operation cost offered by this technology can benefit numerous commercial IR radiometer applications.

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