SPIE Security + Defence

Meet our British sales team at
SPIE Security + Defence
22 - 23 September 2015
Booth 114
Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis
Toulouse, France


Welcome to visit us at LASER World of PHOTONICS
22-25 May, Messe München, Germany
Hall B1, Booth 102

SPIE Defence, Security and Sensing

Welcome to
SPIE Defence, Security and Sensing, Booth 869
21 - 23 April 2015
Baltimore MD, USA

BiOS and Photonics West 2015

Visit us
7-8, 10-12 February 2015
The Moscone Center, Booth 8423 / 423
San Francisco, CA, US

Spectrogon AB´s filters on the Rosetta spacecraft.

Spectrogon AB (Täby, Sweden) is proud to have developed and manufactured the optical filters in the Rosetta spacecraft´s OSIRIS imaging system. The Rosetta spacecraft, orbiting comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko takes images through Spectrogon AB´s UV, VIS and NIR filters with 12 filters in the NAC and 14 filters in the WAC cameras on board.


Photo: ESA/Rosetta/MPS (click on photo to enlarge)

Image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko by Rosetta´s OSIRIS narrow-angle camera on 3 August from a distance of 285 km.

Image: ESA (click on image to enlarge)

Rosetta's OSIRIS camera instrument
The Optical, Spectroscopic, and Infrared Remote Imaging System (OSIRIS) is the main imaging system of the Rosetta spacecraft. Consisting of two cameras, the narrow-angle camera (NAC) is intended for high-resolution mapping of the nucleus, while the wide-angle camera (WAC) is optimized for mapping the gas and dust in space in the proximity of the comet.

SPIE Optics + Photonics, San Diego, CA

Meet our US sales team at
SPIE Optics + Photonics
19 - 21 August 2014
Booth 320
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California, USA


See our US sales team
June 10-12
Booth 2016
San Jose Convention Center
San Jose, CA, USA


Please visit us
May 20-22
Frankfurt Exhibition Center
Stand I01, Hall 3
Frankfurt, Germany

ROSETTA wakes up and puts on it’s glasses (Made by Spectrogon!)

Wakey, Wakey! ROSETTA wakes up and puts on it’s glasses (Made by Spectrogon!)

There has been widespread media coverage in the last week of the Rosetta space probe, which was woken up on January 20th after a 31 month nap (or deep space hibernation!) for it´s coming rendezvous with Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The OSIRIS instrument is the main imaging system on the mission and will take pictures of the comet at a range of wavelengths selected by Spectrogon’s filters (it’s glasses!).

The Rosetta mission is one of the European Space Agency’s ”Cornerstone Missions” which means it is of very high importance both politically and scientifically. Spectrogon is very proud to have been chosen to manufacture the special filters for such a high profile and important mission. We have done our bit, it’s now up to Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko to put on a show for the cameras!

For more information on the Rosetta mission please visit http://sci.esa.int/rosetta/

BiOS and Photonics West

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1 - 6 February 2014
The Moscone Center, Booth 8201 / 201
San Francisco, CA, USA