DISC

Overview

The Space Dynamics Laboratory’s (SDL) Digital Imaging Space Camera (DISC) is a low-power and radiation tolerant family of visible cameras for small satellites (including CubeSats). DISC includes highly flexible on orbit image control, including windowing, binning, adjustable frame rates, and adjustable integration times. It is designed entirely of radiation-tolerant components and is suitable for LEO, MEO, and GEO orbits. SDL offers flexible customization of the optical prescription, housing size, and readout electronics to align with mission requirements. Optional RGB Bayer or Hyperspectral filters add to DISC’s wide range of capabilities.

Specfiications

Component Type
Camera/Imager
Form Factor
CubeSat
Heritage
Yes
Dry Mass
0.7 kg
Average Power
1.0 W
Status
In Production