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An electronic imager is an electronic device that detects electromagnetic radiation with spatial resolution. It is the electronic analog of the photographic plate or film. Common applications are digital photography and astrophotography.
- Imager instruments aboard satellites: Cf. Satellite imagery
- The MVIRI The Meteosat Visible and Infrared Imager page from the World Meteorological Organization
- EUMETSAT page on SEVIRI
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