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Terminologies in Night Light Remote Sensing (NLRS)

Night-time Light Remote Sensing (NLRS) means acquiring visible light at night of land/water in cloudless conditions. Terminologies are the technical/special terms used in the field of study. Terminologies plays an important role in understanding the concepts of Night Light Remote Sensing.

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Welcome to your Terminologies in Night Light Remote Sensing quiz

_______ is an adjustment or set of adjustments performed on a sensor or instrument to make that instrument function as accurately, or error free, as possible.

Ability to discriminate very slight differences in energy/ different grey-scale values is known as ______.

Satellite sensors store information about objects as grid, also known as ____.

A series of regular spaced tones ranging from black to white is known as ______.

The area imaged on the surface by the satellite is referred to as the _____.

The range of wavelengths at which a sensor is sensitive is called as its _______.

_______ is referred to as the brightness values.

_______ is a black and white band that contains couple of hundred nanometer bandwidth.

In an optical imaging system, _______ is caused by light from a bright source shining into the front of the system and reaching the image as unwanted light.

An absolute measure of radiated electromagnetic power/light, the radiant power emitted by a light-emitting object is known as _______.

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  1. Muhammad Iqbal Habibie

    Nice question to understand the knowledge about the terminologies of night remote sensing

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