Line of Sight

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Line of Sight

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1. The straight line between the eye of an observer and the observed object or point. Also called optical path. </dd>
2. Any straight line between one point and another, or extending out from a particular point. </dd>
3. In radio, a direct propagation path that does not go below the radio horizon. </dd>

References

This article is based on NASA's Dictionary of Technical Terms for Aerospace Use