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Airborne Photo-Optical Instrumentation
Editor(s): Carleton C. Emery

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Volume Number: 0008
Date Published: 1 August 1967

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A Computerized Method Of Optimizing The Design Of Airborne Photo-Optical Recording Systems Using Modulation Transfer Function Analysis
Author(s): Charles A. Luke; Frank F. Crandell; Paul T. Glamkowski
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Investigations In Airborne Long Focal Length Photography
Author(s): A. N. Stephenson
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An Airborne Photographic Instrumentation System For Photometric Observation of the Total Solar Eclipse of November 12, 1966
Author(s): Dwain E. Lee
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Keynote Address
Author(s): Vincent G. Huston
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Photo-optical Instrumentation and Reduction Theory for the Airborne Astrographic Camera System
Author(s): James D. Wray
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A Calibration System For The Press Optical Aircraft
Author(s): Eugene S. Cotton
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Optical System for Line-Scan Television Satellite
Author(s): Clyde T. Holliday
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Performance Of An Airborne Laser Profiler
Author(s): Homer Jensen
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Airborne Optical Satellite Tracking
Author(s): Jame s F. Lynch; Fred A. Clark
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Project Sky Count An Airborne Reconnaissance System For Transportation Operations Analysis
Author(s): Frank N. Caggiano
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Air Force Use Of Aerial Cameras For Instrumentation
Author(s): Donell E. Bjoring
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AN/USQ-28 Aerial Photomapping And Geodetic Surveying System
Author(s): Leo Eichen
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Active Optical Systems For Orbiting Astronomical Observatories
Author(s): H. J. Robertson
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Airborne Electronic Ultra-Fast Scanning Spectrometer
Author(s): Doran Baker; Allan Steed
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Performance Measures For Photo-Optical Systems
Author(s): Earle B. Brown
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Evaluation and Testing of Ultraviolet Lenses for Space Flight Use
Author(s): Herbert Judin
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Biosatellite Photo-Optical Instrumentation For the 30-Day Orbiting Primate Mission
Author(s): Ramon I. Padron
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