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REMOTE SENSING AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY IN TREATY VERIFICATION: PRESENT CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE
Treaty verification involves the acquisition and interpretation of data to establish a country's compliance to an agreement. Remote sensing and photogrammetry in verification is established in theExpand
Locating the detonation point of China's first nuclear explosive test on 16 October 1964
Abstract On 23 May 1995, the U.S. Government released a declassified image acquired by the satellite-based KH-4A camera that showed the surface scarring from China's first nuclear explosive test onExpand
The detection and recognition of underground nuclear explosions
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This paper reports on a joint meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society's Joint Association for Geophysics and VERTIC (the Verification Technology Information Centre) held in London in 1992. Expand
Sleuthing for home. [Monitoring nuclear tests]
On October 5, 1993, China conducted an underground nuclear explosion at the Lop Nur nuclear test site. It was 3 a.m. British Summer Time in London (0200 Greenwich Mean Time). Three hours later, theExpand