1 June 1977 Guest Editorial Electro-Optical Imaging
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Electro-optical imaging has extended man's capability to observe his world beyond the dreams of science fiction writers of just one generation ago. Man has placed his eyes on the surface of the moon, Venus, and Mars-spacecrafts took fascinating closeup pictures of Mercury and Jupiter. Who was not awed by seeing the earth rising above the rugged mountain ranges of the moon?
G. O. Sauermann, G. O. Sauermann, } "Guest Editorial Electro-Optical Imaging," Optical Engineering 16(3), 163223 (1 June 1977). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972135 . Submission:
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