Hyperspectral Imager On Space Station Dies
NASA has decided to remove the Hyperspectral Imager for Coastal Oceans (HICO) from its perch on the outside "porch" of Japan’s Kibo module, ending its mission after five years because of a flight computer problem. The instrument will be "retired" from the station to free space for another external...
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