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Once again, Teleston Dalsa's sensors go back to Mars

After filling a sand full of sand on Mars, NASA's lander insight teledine sent the photographs to land with the technologies produced and manufactured by Dallas.

The Waterloo-based company is a leader in the world of digital imaging and arcadecaders. Insect lander used the fifth method of Mars.

"This is a good achievement," said Robert Grureux, product manager for image sensors. "Everyone here is happy."

Street Dalsa in Chromrom Bromont calls city sensors. About 30 people working on the Mars Project arrived in the evening on Monday to see Insight Touch on the Canadian Red Planet. After calling Elysium Planitia or Equator Plate, it was sent to Earth from two cameras.

While CCD image sensors are at the size of a postage stamp, they play a large role in the $ 850-million mission to Mars.

Below is a camera mounted inside the insight lander. Scientists use images from the wind, designing the planet to measure internal temperature, to record recordings of the planet's crust.

Scientists understand the internal structure of Mars. Insight short using interiors exploration with seal investigations, geostation and heat transport.

The second camera Indraite lander takes around 120 degree panoramic images. Images on that camera will help people based on where to decide where they store data.

Signals of electric signals move to the earth's surface at 54.6 million kilometers. There is only one megapixel, because it can be difficult to send high resolution files to large terrain.

The CCT5 chassis is small to the complex component. The arcticator is a robust type that is used for image processing. This is not a new technology, but it can withstand resistance and intensify solar radiation. Sensors are likely to operate at an average of 60 cm in Martian's equator during winters.

"It's an old technology, but very good technology," Gourds said.

NASA used diazine sensors to launch missiles to Mars in 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012. Today's current with red, green, and blue filters. In the past two missions, the sensors worked for 10 years.

"So they were very happy with the quality of the image sensor," said Gouraks. "This is why we decided to use our sensor again for the insight mission."

Smartphones, DSLR Consumer electronic imagery sensors such as cameras. Consumer versions are called CMOS, for the complementary metal oxide semiconductor, which transforms light to electronic signals that produce digital images. CMOS sensors are not strong in space travel.


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