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Questions about imagery devices on spacecraft and probes.

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JunoCam has tweeted us! More background from the BBC. It is supposed to have several features that help allow it to work in the high radiation and magnetic fields it will experience during each fl …
asked Jul 13 '16 by uhoh
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This answer says: The ISS live feed uses the cameras of the HDEV experiment. This is a group of four cameras in a pressurized housing attached to the outside of the ISS. A hermetically sealed at …
asked Mar 1 by uhoh
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After reading the question OTS rechargeable battery for a lunar rover I wondered about examples of OTS (off-the-shelf) batteries in space. There has been at least one cellphone-based satellite, and s …
asked Sep 6 by uhoh
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In the question Where is Lucy going? (asteroid mission) I've asked for more clarification on the trajectory of the Lucy mission's trajectory. I believe that Lucy will simply do a close fly-by of each …
asked Dec 3 '18 by uhoh
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itself? above: From slide #12 here (after you wait for the fade-in). For this question, imagine the camera shown in this image is closer to the mirror than the candle - the candle, representing the sun, would be behind the camera, representing DSCOVR's camera EPIC. …
asked May 21 '17 by uhoh
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than where there is a window. And of course during space walks and/or robotic transfers of objects visual monitoring is extremely valuable. What kind of camera system exists on the outside of the ISS that allow visual awareness of things going on out there? How are the cameras arranged? …
asked Oct 27 '18 by uhoh
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mission control, plus any response time. When the ascent module launched and accelerated vertically, how (the heck) did NASA get the video camera on the Moon to track it correctly several seconds in … the future? Were clocks on the Moon and on the ground synchronized, or were they just anticipating based on verbal countdowns from the astronauts perhaps? Or maybe they recruited Marvin the Martian to do the camera work? …
asked Jan 1 by uhoh
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NOTE: I think either possibility suggested below is possible, I'm not looking for arguments why one of them would be your favorite like this answer. Instead, I'm looking for a fairly conclusive answer …
asked Feb 9 by uhoh
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looking and similar color image of the Earth which moves more slowly than the primary as the hand-held camera moves. It then asks about "the likely cause of this second image/artifact, consistent … it possible to know Video or film? What specific camera and especially what specific lens was used? If possible; Which mission and/or the ID of the archived footage? …
asked Jul 29 by uhoh
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“Mitchell BNC 35 mm camera” (Kubrick Exhibit). From Lenses at the Kubrick Exhibit in San Francisco 23 June 2017: [Left] Zeiss Planar 50mm F0.7 lens by Carl Zeiss In order to shoot the … made shooting by candlelight without additional lighting fixtures possible. The lens was mechanically redesigned by Cinema Products, USA, in order to fit Kubrick’s own Mitchell BNC 35mm camera. …
asked Aug 7 by uhoh
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Here, 'optical zoom' means an optical system that changes magnification (angle subtended per pixel). It would not mean for example switching from one camera to another on Hubble, or changing to …
asked Feb 20 by uhoh
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collimated! Note also that it is of the order of 1 pixel of the EPIC's camera as well. above: Bright spot at sub-solar point taken from this question. above: Screen capture from Google maps …
asked Feb 7 '17 by uhoh
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From Apollo 12 Mission The camera equipment carried by Apollo 12 consisted of one 70-millimeter Hasselblad EL camera, two Hasselblad data cameras, two 16-millimeter Maurer data acquisition … cameras, one 35-millimeter lunar surface close-up stereoscopic camera, and a four-camera, multispectral S-158 experiment. From Apollo 12 Mission; Four-Camera Four-Camera, Lunar Multispectral S-158 …
asked Aug 20 by uhoh