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Good Evening sir
Good Evening sir
I am Teja from 2nd year civil department.Yesterdays class was really very much interesting one.
I really did'nt know that matrices concept was used in photography. It was really amazing and the satellite speed with which it revolves around earth takes photo's in motion was really another great thing and great use of technology.The cam used i satellite has a 3 meter focal lenght this was really astonishing. NRSC is in hyderabad and i did'nt know this.I gathered a litttle info of this. This is what i gathered...
National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), located at Hyderabad is one of the centres of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), striving to realise the Indian Space Vision, as a key player in Earth Observation Programme and Disaster Management Support programme. NRSC is responsible for acquisition, processing, supply of aerial and satellite remote sensing data and continuously exploring the practical uses of remote sensing technology for multilevel (global to local) applications. It provides the necessary trained manpower through capacity building in remote sensing applications. NRSC at Hyderabad has been converted into a full-fledged centres of ISRO since September 1, 2008. Earlier, NRSC was an autonomous body called National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) under Department of Space (DOS). The Centre is responsible for remote sensing satellite data acquisition and processing, data dissemination, aerial remote sensing and decision support for disaster management.
I got to know many news things like AURA (an aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a person or object) , KRILIAN Photography Kirlian photography refers to a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges in the presence of moisture.
It was great knowing these interesting facts. I am more enthusisastic and looking forward for more intresting things i would learn in the class.
Thank you sir.