NRO Declassifies Details On Cold War Cameras

The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), which designs and operates classified U.S. satellites, is pulling back the veil of secrecy on three generations of spy cameras used since the 1960s as the NRO celebrates half a century. The systems—Eastman Kodak's KH-7/8 Gambit and Itek's KH-9 Hexagon—were...

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