The origin of this imaging technology comes from the need for the monitoring camera of the BIOMASS mission. It was then adapted to the specifications of the MMX mission ((Martian Moons Exploration) in order to be integrated on a rover dedicated to Phobos exploration. Finally, it was selected for the cameras of the MSR-ERO (Mars Sample Return – Earth Return Orbiter) Programme.
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