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How Does a Spacecraft Take a Picture?
Filters, pixels and math star in this narrated cartoon. It shows how a spacecraft records a color image as data and transmits it to Earth, and how the image is reconstructed from the data.
How Does a Spacecraft Take a Picture?
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How Does a Spacecraft Take a Picture?
Earth from Orbit in 2012
Earth from Orbit in 2012
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part 3
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part 3
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part 2
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part 2
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part I
NASA EDGE: Sun-Earth Days 2013, Part I
Previously Undetected Radiation Belt Revealed
Previously Undetected Radiation Belt Revealed
ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
NASA ScienceCast: Wild Weather: La Nada?
NASA ScienceCast: Wild Weather: La Nada?
NASA ScienceCast: ZombieSat
NASA ScienceCast: ZombieSat
NASA ScienceCast: The Power of Sea Salt
NASA ScienceCast: The Power of Sea Salt
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