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Flying spot microscope

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Flying spot microscope

(Science: instrument) a microscope in which a moving spot of light is imaged in the object plane, the energy transmitted by the specimen being detected with a photoelectric cell; the light Source may be a cathode ray tube, a scanning disk or drum, or an oscillating mirror.