1 August 1983 Aircraft-Borne Lightning Sensor
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An instrument is described that has been used to measure the spatial and temporal distributions of lightning strokes as seen from a high-altitude aircraft platform. It consists of two separate sensors. One has a lens, selectable filters, and a 50 X 50 element array of photodiodes. The second has an identical lens, filters, and a single detector that covers the same total field of view.
William L. Wolfe, William L. Wolfe, } "Aircraft-Borne Lightning Sensor," Optical Engineering 22(4), 224456 (1 August 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973143 . Submission:
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