1 September 1964 Ballistic Camera Systems Approach Maturity
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Ballistic Camera techniques have assumed so many variations that the common denominator is not widely recognized throughout the discipline of photo-optical instrumentation. A blending by creative minds of the precise methods of positional astronomy, photogrammetry and geophysics with the best in optomechanical, electronics, mechanical and photographic components and data reduction facility now presents a powerful tool for use in scientific research. Current capabilities, limitations and prospects are reviewed.
J. E. Durrenberger, "Ballistic Camera Systems Approach Maturity," Optical Engineering 2(6), 206238 (1 September 1964). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971291 . Submission:
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