Animation demonstrates how the CTIS maps a 3-D (x,y,l) object cube onto a 2-D image plane. Authors present a non-scanning instrument that simultaneously acquires full spectral information from every pixel within its 2-D field of view during a single integration time. [See article by Ford et al. Fig. 4 for details.]
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