Crossed Signals On Satellite Photos
Your article "Satellite photos: In from the cold" (Up Front, July 17) should have been accompanied by a better illustration. Unfortunately, the instrumentation you showed in your photograph is used for radio astronomy, returning faint signals from galaxies, quasars, neutron stars, black holes, and the like--but not satellites. You ought to check your photo library more carefully.
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