Design and development of the mars observer camera

@article{Malin1991DesignAD,
  title={Design and development of the mars observer camera},
  author={Maili Malin and G. E. Danielson and M. A. Ravine and T. A. Soulanille},
  journal={Int. J. Imaging Systems and Technology},
  year={1991},
  volume={3},
  pages={76-91}
}
The Mars Observer Camera (MOC) consists of three integrated optical subassemblies (one narrow-angle and two wide-angle cameras) with common electronics, designed to take high-spatialresolution pictures of the surface of Mars and lower-spatial-resolution, synoptic coverage of the planet’s surface and atmosphere. It incorporates several advanced technologies, including the use of graphiteiepoxy structural materials, 32-bit microprocessors, 1 08-bit digital buffers, and high-speed custom… CONTINUE READING

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