This page provides access to the imaging data taken by Hayabusa AMICA. AMICA is a camera imaging system operating in the visible, near-infrared and near-ultraviolet wavelength ranges and is equipped with a filter wheel including a wide-bandpass filter and seven narrowband filters. The central wavelngths of the narrowband filters are designed to be nearly equivalent to those of the Eight Color Asteroid Survey (ECAS) system as follows: 380 (ul), 430 (b), 550 (v), 700 (w), 860 (x), 960 (p), and 1010 nm (zs). Four position-angle glass polarizers were mounted on an edge of the 1024 pixel by 1024 pixel CCD chip.
Click here to view the AMICA observation log.
If the operation phase and observation date are selected through the following select boxes, thumbnails of the specified imaging data will appear at the bottom of this page. Please fill the check boxes of imaging data that you want and click on the download button.