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Re: correcting slope
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- Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 07:55:33 -0400
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Differentail-trailing is the best explination that I have seem for
the gradient that occurs in TASS images and is probably what is occuring. As
Tom posted eariler the best that can be done is to chose a VCO rate that
gives the best "average" results between the three cameras.....
>It is entirely possable that the images are smearing.
>You are tracking for some rate in the middle of the field.
>The northern part goes slower than the middle.
>The southern part goes faster if you are looking at a northern Dec........!
Glenn Gombert <email@example.com>