angular travel

angular travel

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ′trav·əl]
(ordnance)
Angular distance covered by a moving target in a given time.
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AGC motorized mechanical goniometers are used in applications where 90 degrees of angular travel are needed with the payload at the center of rotation, or where two axes of rotation are needed about a common point.
Pre-test measurements of electrically actuated mirrors include angular travel and speed of the glass movement.
43 per second with respect to the slower-moving Sun, so the timed interval yields an angular travel distance, a, of 2".