Digital Imaging Space Camera
DISC is a one mega-pixel visible, monochromatic imager that uses less than 1.5 watts of power.
DISC includes highly flexible image control, including such features as windowing, adjustable frame rates, and adjustable integration times. It is designed entirely of radiation-hardened components and suitable for LEO, MEO, and GEO orbits.
DISC is based on a radiation hardened CMOS image sensor with a wide, adjustable dynamic range, fixed-pattern noise (FPN) correction and dual-slope integration.