The Planetary Environments Group is now developing a small, un-cooled, solid-state thermal imaging system for future spacecraft. The instrument uses up to three thermal IR bands to provide meteorological data on land, sea and cloud-top temperatures, sea-surface temperatures and localised "hot-spots", such as forest fires and volcanic eruptions.

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