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Mathematical Morphology Operations Applied in Star Image Processing for Star Trackers

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Abstract

We investigate the application of the mathematical morphology operations in star image processing for star trackers. Results verify its effectiveness in noise removal, star segmentation and broken star image reconstruction for the motion-blurred images.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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