We present experimental and theoretical results which show that temporal-intensity interferometry can be used to image coherently illuminated objects through a moving random medium. This system is compared with a spatial-intensity-interferometer imaging system (SIS) described by Beard and Barnoski. We show that the angular resolution of the temporal-intensity-interferometer imaging system (TIS) and the SIS is the average angular size of a scatterer, as seen from the detector.
Lee E. Estes and Richard Boucher, "Temporal- and spatial-intensity-interferometer imaging through a random medium," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 65, 760-764 (1975)