3D Lunar Terrain Reconstruction from Apollo Images

@inproceedings{Broxton20093DLT,
  title={3D Lunar Terrain Reconstruction from Apollo Images},
  author={Michael Broxton and Ara V. Nefian and Zachary Moratto and Taemin Kim and Michael Lundy and Aleksandr V. Segal},
  booktitle={ISVC},
  year={2009}
}
Generating accurate three dimensional planetary models is becoming increasingly important as NASA plans manned missions to return to the Moon in the next decade. This paper describes a 3D surface reconstruction system called the Ames Stereo Pipeline that is designed to produce such models automatically by processing orbital stereo imagery. We discuss two important core aspects of this system: (1) refinement of satellite station positions and pose estimates through least squares bundle… CONTINUE READING

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