1 July 1963 Airborne Camera Capsule
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The universal airborne camera capsule was developed to obtain the photographic coverage needed for better flight-test documentation. The capsule design and modifications, type of camera equipment, timing device and electrical system are described. The capsule has been test flown at speeds up to Mach 1 without need for excessive trim adjustments. Pilots' comments have favorable, and photographic coverage obtained has been good.
Arthur E. Block, "Airborne Camera Capsule," Optical Engineering 1(5), 105160 (1 July 1963). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971251 . Submission:
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