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Trump Administration to Take Aim at US Optical Precision Instruments (OPI)

August 16, 2021 Comments Off on Trump Administration to Take Aim at US Optical Precision Instruments (OPI) By admin

President Donald Trump will sign a $200 million National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) funding bill Thursday that would direct the Department of Defense to take an aggressive approach to US optical precision instruments (OPIs).

The bill directs the Defense Science Board to develop a plan to “develop and implement a new National Optical Precision Instrument System for the U.S. Military.”

The bill directs a review to identify the “primary capabilities” of the optical precision instrument system and identify how those capabilities can be improved, “including options to increase the capability of the system for the purpose of supporting future mission requirements.”

The bill also directs the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) to issue a report on the future of the DOD’s optical precision weapons system.

The report should be completed no later than March 1, 2019.

The National Optical Technology Center (NOTC) will be responsible for the development of the new system.

NOTC is a “technology demonstrator” of a DOD optical precision weapon system.

It is not a national laboratory.

It operates under the National Science Foundation (NSF) Contract No.

R25D-05-04-0018 and is funded through a contract number of $15,722,000.

The NOTM is funded by a contract from the Office to support the development and procurement of the NOTS system.

The NOTs new optical precision system is a modular design that can be scaled to any military and will include a variety of optical instruments.

The Pentagon’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) is expected to lead the development.

The agency was established to provide a foundation for the research and development of high-technology military weapons and systems.

The ONR is funded primarily by the Department for Naval Research.NOTS has been a staple of the US Army and Marine Corps for decades.

The Army, Navy, and Air Force have all developed optical precision platforms.

The Navy’s optical weapons system, the X-band optical sonar system (XAS), was the first to be fielded.

It uses lasers to detect submerged objects that are up to 300 meters in diameter and has a range of 100 kilometers.

The Navy’s XAS was the backbone of the Army’s submarine fleet.

In 2016, the Navy’s Defense Science and Engineering Command announced that the Navy would use a combination of lasers, sonar, and optical sensors to detect underwater threats.

The technology will be used to detect enemy submarines and surface vessels.

In 2020, the Army will use the XAS to detect and identify submerged targets up to 150 meters in length.

The Air Force is also developing optical precision systems, and the Army is currently in the process of developing its own system.

These systems are also part of the Navy and Air National Guard.

The US military is developing multiple weapons systems for use against threats from submarines, submarines and land-based aircraft.

These weapons systems are being deployed in support of a range that extends from the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense System to the Aegis Ashore system.

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NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean

June 17, 2021 Comments Off on NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean By admin

NASA is developing a new laser instrument to detect hidden microbes beneath the oceans surface, according to the agency’s Chief Technology Officer for Optical, Optical Engineering, and Optics, Michael Smith.

The newly developed device is being developed for the Deep Ocean Lidar, or DELLO, mission.

The DELLA mission is NASA’s flagship ocean-going ocean research mission that will use lasers to survey the ocean floor for life and other organisms.

Smith, NASA’s DELLH, described the new device in a statement as a “fusion of technologies” that will be a “major contribution to our understanding of the deep ocean.”

The DEllH mission will be led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, and consists of three spacecraft: the DELLI (Deep-Diving Laser Instrument) and the DELE (Deep Low-Energy Laser) spacecraft, which is designed to survey deep ocean depths in excess of 3,000 feet (1,700 meters) below the surface.

The two DELLOs are designed to be deployed in tandem and will launch in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

The first two DEllOs are set to launch in 2021, followed by the first DELLM (Deep Ocean Lateral Imaging Module) spacecraft in 2022.

DELL-based sensors will be used to map ocean water depth and the presence of microbial life, and the new DELLL (Digital Optical Instrument) instrument will measure the optical properties of light emitted by living organisms.

A high-resolution infrared camera will be installed aboard the DEllM spacecraft to detect life, as well as other signs of life.

DEllL will use a new, more powerful version of the optical instrument called DELLS (Deep Depth Optical Spectrograph).

Smith also told Space.com that the new instrument is the largest optical imaging system ever deployed.

“We’ve had the capability for many years now, and with the DEHL (Digital Low-Emission Laser Sensor) mission, we are finally starting to get the capability to do what we wanted to do with the previous mission, which was imaging and sensing of water,” Smith said.

“With the DEALS (Digital Ocean Segment Sensor) we are really getting the capability and capability to detect these very small, very transient features in the water.”

DELLN-based instruments, called DEllD (Digital Depth Depth Camera), will also measure ocean water density and its depth.

The new DElls mission will also use new infrared sensors for mapping the surface of the ocean.

The mission is currently planned to launch sometime in 2019, but NASA is expected to award a contract to build the spacecraft for a total cost of more than $10 billion.

“The DELL spacecraft is a significant advancement for NASA, but we’re not just building a space telescope,” Smith added.

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers. “

I think the DEELS mission is the single most important thing to happen to the ocean in the last 20 years, and I think it will be the most important mission ever launched.”

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers.

This new laser-based imaging mission is designed and developed at JPL, in the United States, and is funded by NASA, the Department of Energy, and several other agencies.

“This is a very exciting project for the Department and its partners,” NASA said in a release.

“As part of the DELS mission, DELL will also be able to search for microscopic life forms, including plankton, microscopic bacteria, and other life forms.”

DEll is also expected to detect signs of microbial activity.

“DELL will use optical instruments to measure the surface properties of water and detect microorganisms living on the seafloors surface, such as plankton and bacteria, as they search for microorganisms to sample,” NASA explained.

“Researchers will also study the spectra of light in the ocean, including light reflected from seaflouses, to gain insight into the ocean’s microbial life.”

NASA’s DeLL-related missions are already part of NASA’s Deep Ocean Science Program, which aims to conduct oceanographic and oceanographic mapping missions in the outer Solar System.

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NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean

June 16, 2021 Comments Off on NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean By admin

NASA is developing a new laser instrument to detect hidden microbes beneath the oceans surface, according to the agency’s Chief Technology Officer for Optical, Optical Engineering, and Optics, Michael Smith.

The newly developed device is being developed for the Deep Ocean Lidar, or DELLO, mission.

The DELLA mission is NASA’s flagship ocean-going ocean research mission that will use lasers to survey the ocean floor for life and other organisms.

Smith, NASA’s DELLH, described the new device in a statement as a “fusion of technologies” that will be a “major contribution to our understanding of the deep ocean.”

The DEllH mission will be led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, and consists of three spacecraft: the DELLI (Deep-Diving Laser Instrument) and the DELE (Deep Low-Energy Laser) spacecraft, which is designed to survey deep ocean depths in excess of 3,000 feet (1,700 meters) below the surface.

The two DELLOs are designed to be deployed in tandem and will launch in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

The first two DEllOs are set to launch in 2021, followed by the first DELLM (Deep Ocean Lateral Imaging Module) spacecraft in 2022.

DELL-based sensors will be used to map ocean water depth and the presence of microbial life, and the new DELLL (Digital Optical Instrument) instrument will measure the optical properties of light emitted by living organisms.

A high-resolution infrared camera will be installed aboard the DEllM spacecraft to detect life, as well as other signs of life.

DEllL will use a new, more powerful version of the optical instrument called DELLS (Deep Depth Optical Spectrograph).

Smith also told Space.com that the new instrument is the largest optical imaging system ever deployed.

“We’ve had the capability for many years now, and with the DEHL (Digital Low-Emission Laser Sensor) mission, we are finally starting to get the capability to do what we wanted to do with the previous mission, which was imaging and sensing of water,” Smith said.

“With the DEALS (Digital Ocean Segment Sensor) we are really getting the capability and capability to detect these very small, very transient features in the water.”

DELLN-based instruments, called DEllD (Digital Depth Depth Camera), will also measure ocean water density and its depth.

The new DElls mission will also use new infrared sensors for mapping the surface of the ocean.

The mission is currently planned to launch sometime in 2019, but NASA is expected to award a contract to build the spacecraft for a total cost of more than $10 billion.

“The DELL spacecraft is a significant advancement for NASA, but we’re not just building a space telescope,” Smith added.

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers. “

I think the DEELS mission is the single most important thing to happen to the ocean in the last 20 years, and I think it will be the most important mission ever launched.”

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers.

This new laser-based imaging mission is designed and developed at JPL, in the United States, and is funded by NASA, the Department of Energy, and several other agencies.

“This is a very exciting project for the Department and its partners,” NASA said in a release.

“As part of the DELS mission, DELL will also be able to search for microscopic life forms, including plankton, microscopic bacteria, and other life forms.”

DEll is also expected to detect signs of microbial activity.

“DELL will use optical instruments to measure the surface properties of water and detect microorganisms living on the seafloors surface, such as plankton and bacteria, as they search for microorganisms to sample,” NASA explained.

“Researchers will also study the spectra of light in the ocean, including light reflected from seaflouses, to gain insight into the ocean’s microbial life.”

NASA’s DeLL-related missions are already part of NASA’s Deep Ocean Science Program, which aims to conduct oceanographic and oceanographic mapping missions in the outer Solar System.

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NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean

June 16, 2021 Comments Off on NASA: New laser instrument uses high-speed laser to scan for hidden organisms in deep ocean By admin

NASA is developing a new laser instrument to detect hidden microbes beneath the oceans surface, according to the agency’s Chief Technology Officer for Optical, Optical Engineering, and Optics, Michael Smith.

The newly developed device is being developed for the Deep Ocean Lidar, or DELLO, mission.

The DELLA mission is NASA’s flagship ocean-going ocean research mission that will use lasers to survey the ocean floor for life and other organisms.

Smith, NASA’s DELLH, described the new device in a statement as a “fusion of technologies” that will be a “major contribution to our understanding of the deep ocean.”

The DEllH mission will be led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, and consists of three spacecraft: the DELLI (Deep-Diving Laser Instrument) and the DELE (Deep Low-Energy Laser) spacecraft, which is designed to survey deep ocean depths in excess of 3,000 feet (1,700 meters) below the surface.

The two DELLOs are designed to be deployed in tandem and will launch in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

The first two DEllOs are set to launch in 2021, followed by the first DELLM (Deep Ocean Lateral Imaging Module) spacecraft in 2022.

DELL-based sensors will be used to map ocean water depth and the presence of microbial life, and the new DELLL (Digital Optical Instrument) instrument will measure the optical properties of light emitted by living organisms.

A high-resolution infrared camera will be installed aboard the DEllM spacecraft to detect life, as well as other signs of life.

DEllL will use a new, more powerful version of the optical instrument called DELLS (Deep Depth Optical Spectrograph).

Smith also told Space.com that the new instrument is the largest optical imaging system ever deployed.

“We’ve had the capability for many years now, and with the DEHL (Digital Low-Emission Laser Sensor) mission, we are finally starting to get the capability to do what we wanted to do with the previous mission, which was imaging and sensing of water,” Smith said.

“With the DEALS (Digital Ocean Segment Sensor) we are really getting the capability and capability to detect these very small, very transient features in the water.”

DELLN-based instruments, called DEllD (Digital Depth Depth Camera), will also measure ocean water density and its depth.

The new DElls mission will also use new infrared sensors for mapping the surface of the ocean.

The mission is currently planned to launch sometime in 2019, but NASA is expected to award a contract to build the spacecraft for a total cost of more than $10 billion.

“The DELL spacecraft is a significant advancement for NASA, but we’re not just building a space telescope,” Smith added.

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers. “

I think the DEELS mission is the single most important thing to happen to the ocean in the last 20 years, and I think it will be the most important mission ever launched.”

NASA has previously announced that DELLD will study the seafloor under the surface using high-power infrared lasers.

This new laser-based imaging mission is designed and developed at JPL, in the United States, and is funded by NASA, the Department of Energy, and several other agencies.

“This is a very exciting project for the Department and its partners,” NASA said in a release.

“As part of the DELS mission, DELL will also be able to search for microscopic life forms, including plankton, microscopic bacteria, and other life forms.”

DEll is also expected to detect signs of microbial activity.

“DELL will use optical instruments to measure the surface properties of water and detect microorganisms living on the seafloors surface, such as plankton and bacteria, as they search for microorganisms to sample,” NASA explained.

“Researchers will also study the spectra of light in the ocean, including light reflected from seaflouses, to gain insight into the ocean’s microbial life.”

NASA’s DeLL-related missions are already part of NASA’s Deep Ocean Science Program, which aims to conduct oceanographic and oceanographic mapping missions in the outer Solar System.

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