Design of Miniature Space Grade Navigation Camera for Lunar Mission

@article{Subhalakshmi2010DesignOM,
  title={Design of Miniature Space Grade Navigation Camera for Lunar Mission},
  author={K. Subhalakshmi and B. Basavaraj and P. Selvaraj and Jayanta Laha},
  journal={2010 International Symposium on Electronic System Design},
  year={2010},
  pages={169-174}
}
Vision based navigation and path planning for the Indian Lunar Rover calls for Stereo navigation cameras. These Navcams proposed to be mounted at the front face of the Rover, give information of obstacles like boulders/ craters/ pits on the path ahead. By analyzing the scene captured by these Navcams, the trajectory of the Rover will be planned and executed. The design of a miniature Navcam to operate reliably in space environment calls for high level of integration of many systems on a single… 
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