Hayabusa Asteroid Multi-band Imaging Camera (AMICA)


    The Asteroid Multi-band Imaging Camera (AMICA) on Hayabusa is designed to collect scientific images and also to be used for optical navigation. The AMICA system consists of a refracting telescope, a filter wheel with seven ECAS filters, a 1024x1000 pixel CCD, and associated electronics. AMICA has a field-of-view of 5.7 x 5.7 degrees giving a frame size of about 1 km at 10 km range.

    Identifier (LID)




The data sets listed in the table below are PDS3 legacy data sets. Once these data sets have been migrated to PDS4 they will be listed in the section above.

Data set ID Browse Download Citation
HAY-A-AMICA-3-HAYAMICA-V1.0 Browse Download (400 Mb)
"Saito, J., Nakamura, T., Akiyama, H., Demura, H., Dermawan, B., Furuya, M., Fuse, T., Gaskell, R., Hashimoto, T., Higuchi, Y., Hiraoka, K., Hirata, N., Honda, C., Honda, T., Ishiguro, M., Kitazato, K., Kobayashi, S., Kubota, T., Matsumoto, N., Michikami, T., Miyamoto, H., Nakamura, A., Nakamura, R., Nemoto, E., Sasaki, S., Shinohara, C., Smith, P., Sogame, A., Terazono, J., Tholen, D., Yamamoto, A., Yokota, Y., Yoshida, F., and Yukishita, A., Hayabusa AMICA V1.0. HAY-A-AMICA-3-HAYAMICA-V1.0. NASA Planetary Data System, 2010."

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