Infrared Led Illuminator Works With Night Vision Devices., Laser Devices, Inc.

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Electronic Weapons: Brace Yourself For The Headless Sharpshooter

( Megan Farmer/The Daily Times) “It’s like the sky I knew had just disappeared,” he said. Seven years later, Nordgren took a sabbatical from work. While many astronomers spend their sabbaticals at observatories and writing papers, Nordgren opted to document the night skies of the national parks. Nordgren told the audience on Thursday that most people today can no longer see the natural night skies. “The Milky Way had become a symbol of something different, like grizzlies and glaciers and granite cliffs,” he said.
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Night Vision Goggle

But where there is no other light (as in a building or cave) the thermal imager works. The thermal imager also works through fog and sand storms. Field testing of the combined light amplification/thermal device began in 2008 and was quickly found to be popular and reliable. The earlier thermal imager was also very popular, but carrying both night sights was not. At first, the plan was not to equip all combat troops with the more expensive combined sight. That soon changed once user reports came back, praising the ENVG and describing how much of a life-saver it was.
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Chaco Culture National Historical Park is recognized as International Dark Sky Park – Farmington Daily Times

The night sky is shown on Thursday at the Dark Sky Designation Ceremony at Chaco Canyon National Historic Park.

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