The atmospheric factors that influence the formation of images in the cosmic system of optoelectronic observation are analyzed. It is established that the segmentation of the color image obtained by the cosmic optic-electronic surveillance system requires the choice of a color space model. It is established that the segmentation of the image depends on the brightness of the image and, to a lesser extent, on color saturation and saturation. In this regard, the main attention should be paid to the image brightness channel. Therefore, for color image segmentation, color spaces with a clearly defined luminance channel are most suitable. The technique of segmentation of color images obtained from on-board optic-electronic surveillance systems is formulated.
optic-electronic image, segmentation, color space, brightness, chroma, saturation