PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM CONVAIR 240A MISSION 50, 12 JUNE 1967, OVER MISSISSIPPI DELTA AREA.
TEXAS A AND M UNIV COLLEGE STATION DEPT OF OCEANOGRAPHY
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On June 12, 1967, Test Site 128 Mississippi Delta was overflown on three flights by the NASA Convair 240A aircraft equipped with multispectral sensors as a part of Mission 50. The data obtained was studied to determine its quality and scientific value. Twenty-seven percent of the color photography taken by the RC-8 metric camera was judged to be useful. Many potentially useful photographs were lost due to untimely film changes. The sediment-boundary could easily be seen in the RC-8 photography. Author
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography
- Military Intelligence