Kinetheodolite



/ˌkɪnəθɪˈɒdəˌlaɪt/
noun
1.
a type of theodolite containing a cine camera instead of a telescope and giving continuous film of a moving target together with a record of its altitude and azimuth: used in tracking a missile, satellite, etc

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