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A pitch, in positioning, is a rotation about an axis normal to the line of sight. Also known as attitude.
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In positioning, rotation about an axis normal to the line of sight. Also known as attitude.
line of sight (LOS)
The line of vision; the optical axis of a telescope or other observation system. The straight line connecting the object and the objective lens of the viewing device.
line of sight
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