Space & Science Imaging
Teledyne e2v has been trusted to design and deliver CCD and CMOS imaging sensors and sub-systems for over 150 space missions by the world’s largest space agencies, including NASA, ESA, JAXA, CNSA and most recently for the Russian-led World Space Observatory.
We offer space imaging solutions, including space qualified imaging sensors, arrays and sub-systems for space science, ground astronomy and Earth observation; helping solve the mysteries of the Universe and understand climate change on Earth.
Teledyne e2v is the leading supplier of Charge-Coupled Devices (CCDs) for Space science, Ground-based Astronomy, and Earth observation applications with an impressive record of successful deliveries to a wide range of customers over 40 years. All Teledyne e2v devices can be supplied partially or fully customised to fit the application and achieve the best possible system performance. CCD […]
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the 2019 Noble Prize in Physics to James Peebles (Princeton University, USA), Michel Mayor (University of Geneva, Switzerland), and Didier Queloz, (University of Geneva, Switzerland and University of Cambridge, UK) for contributions to our understanding of the evolution of the universe and the Earth’s place in the […]