2013 highlights in vision: Aerospace imaging
In 2013 we covered a good number of stories dealing with imaging in space, including the capturing of an image of Earth from Saturn’s view, the third unmanned rover to land on the moon, and a number of stories about imaging Mars. Here is a look at these and other aerospace-related articles and products that we covered this year.
There was no shortage of headlines when it comes to aerospace imaging applications in 2013. Specifically, we covered a good number of stories dealing with imaging in space, including the capturing of an image of Earth from Saturn’s view, the third unmanned rover to land on the moon, and a number of stories about imaging Mars.
In addition, we covered a number of products that related to aerospace or astronomy imaging. Here is a look at some of these articles and products that we covered in 2013:
- Cassini spacecraft image shows Earth, Saturn, Venus, and Mars all at once
- Filming a leap from the edge of space
- Gaia Telescope and its billion-pixel digital camera lift off
- Image analysis algorithm will help NASA's Curiosity Rover analyze Mars soil
- Hubble telescope captures images of most known distant galaxy
- Chinese robot moon rover sends back first images
Aerospace/astronomy imaging products
- Toshiba Imaging announces compact three-chip CMOS HD video camera
- Quick hit: CCD cameras enable planetary imaging
- Infrared surveillance camera from INO provides 2048 x 1536 pixel images
- CCD camera from Spectral Instruments enables scientific imaging
- Raptor introduces deep-cooled vacuum CCD camera
- Lumenera USB 3.0 cameras now feature latest CMOSIS image sensor
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