Abstract

This paper discusses the problem of monitoring outer space in the optical range of wavelengths. The optical and optoelectronic monitoring facilities created at OAO S. A. Zverev Krasnogorsk Factory are briefly described. A description is given of a movable station intended to operate in the search, surveillance, and tracking regimes.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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