Subject: what is the difference between night vision 'goggles' and thermal imaging?
Date: Wed Aug 5 10:21:38 1998
Posted by Jeff Sunseri
Grade level: other
School: Mount Aloysius College
City: Cresson State/Province: PA
Area of science: Engineering
it is my understanding that night vision "goggles" ( i.e. starlight
scope ) and thermal imaging, such as flir, are different both
mechanically and in operational theory. i would like to know if this
is true, and if so, how ?
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