C. B. Watts' charts of the marginal zone of the Moon have been put into the form of tables of rectangular co-ordinates of points along the contours. These co-ordinates were recorded automatically on paper tape and transferred, firstly to a magnetic tape, then secondly to an exchangeable-disc cartridge allowing random access to every chart.
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Morrison, L.V., Martin, R.J. A digitised version of C. B. Watts' charts of the marginal zone of the moon. The Moon 2, 463–467 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00562881
- Marginal Zone
- Random Access
- Magnetic Tape
- Digitise Version
- Paper Tape