Study of the Condition of CCD Matrices of Video Cameras On-Board ISS (Matritsa-Z1 (Matrix-Z1)) - 08.20.14
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Matritsa-Z1 (Matrix-1) examines the degradation of charged-coupled device (CCD) located in high-definition video (HDV) camcorders.
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Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)
ISS Expedition Duration
September 2006 - April 2007
Previous ISS Missions
Study of state of CCD matrices of video cameras delivered onboard the ISS at different times and detecting noise level of CCD matrices. Assessment of a possible Earth imaging through window by using video camera mounted on bracket.
Recording of state of CCD matrices of 3 video cameras and imagery of earth surface through window by means of video camera HDV SONY HVR-Z1J to be mounted on bracket. Three video cameras are used in the experiment: Video camera HDV SONY HVR-Z1J, Video camera HDV SONY HVR-Z1J, Video camera HDV SONY HVR-Z1J and video cassettes Sony PHDVM-63DM (7 pieces).