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Missile Defense Agency Sensors: Making the Unknown Known
Tabatha Spitzer (au)
The Missile Defense Agency has funded land-, sea-, air-, and space-based sensor technology to support the ballistic missile defense system and perform the duties that go beyond human capability. This report features 12 sensor technologies that have capabilities such as: identifying and locating infrared sources, prociding guidance to interceptors, discriminating decoys, creating 3-D images of far-off objects, and detecting multiple spectral bands simultaneously. The report highlights commercial applications for these sensor technologies as well. The same technology that discriminates between actual missiles and decoys can be used in facial recognition technology on the commercial market. Illustrations.
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