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Nuts & Volts Magazine (February 2017)

Taking Cheap Multispectral Imaging into Near Space

By L. Paul Verhage    View In Digital Edition  


Previously, we had discussed testing simple multispectral imaging from a quadcopter platform. This time, you’ll see what happens when it’s taken to higher altitudes, and get acquainted with the results of taking visible, near infrared, and long-wave infrared images in near space. I find these missions return a lot of eye candy and I hope readers will enjoy the scenery as much as I have.

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