Abstract

An airborne two-channel KrF laser fluorosensor was tested from a Convair 580-T over targets at the Nevada Test Site and at the Naval Petroleum Reserve and Santa Barbara Channel in California. The two spectral-channel system (295 and 395 nm) successfully detected a variety of pollutant-type materials on the ground, both at night and in full daylight.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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