1 March 1970 Field Photography of Projectiles in Flight
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Abstract
Artillery type projectiles are evaluated in flight for flight integrity and surface-evident structural failures by Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Group W-3, by three photographic techniques: (1) range surveillance and gross failures by high speed framing cameras, (2) multiple observations along the firing range by Drum-Film-Image-Synchronized cameras, and (3) photo-chamber, suppressed light microflash photography, utilizing plate and/or drum cameras.
Paul M. Giles, "Field Photography of Projectiles in Flight," Optical Engineering 8(3), 080381 (1 March 1970). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971518 . Submission:
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