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Hacker, Robert W. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 53, Number 4 (January 1949)

W. M. H.; R. R. J.
The way we see it,   pp. 17-32 ff.



Because photography can see
a billion light years away
f Without photography this would
be a small world. For even with
the best optical instruments, the
eye's range scarcely breaks the
confines of the earth's back yard.
But with photography ... ? That's
different!
For years, astronomers have looked
500 million light years into space with
photogyraphic plates exposed in the
build up images through long expo-
sures and make visible new outer re-
cesses of man's expanding universe.
Thus, science continuously makes
spectacular use of photography in
penetrating the unknown.
So too can industry. Radiography,
photomicrography, x-ray diffraction,
microradiography and other indus-
trial functions of photography can re-
veal facts and conditions that will
help make a product more durable
and dependable, a manufacturing
process more efficient.
   Eastman Kodak Company
   Rochester 4, New York
Advancing business and industrial technics-Functional Photography


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