ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, Tenn. (AP) -- Cameras at the Arnold Engineering Development Center have gone digital.
The center, after six years of planning, has a new digital camera system at the hypervelocity ballistic range. Spokesmen said it was getting hard to find parts for their film-based camera equipment.
The new cameras capture digital images of projectiles traveling at high speeds.
AEDC is a collection of ground-based aerospace test facilities including wind tunnels and rocket engine test cells.
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