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At the beginning of next month, RF System Lab borescope experts Casey O’Tool and Jess Kuznicki will trade the frigid temperatures of Traverse City, Michigan, for the warmer weather in Orlando,
RF System Lab, makers of the groundbreaking VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope, is proud to announce new VJ-ADV customers in a multitude of industries.
Kowa Completes BD-XD Binoculars Series with 32mm and 56mm Models and New SV25 Series Binoculars Torrance, California (PRWEB) February 11, 2015 With the
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Show attendees are invited to learn about the company's custom and catalog optics and in-house design, coating, and test capabilities. El Paso, TX (PRWEB)
RF System Lab, a leader in remote visual inspection, is looking forward to returning to the 2015 American Petroleum Institute (API) Inspection Summit, which is taking place January 26-29, 2015
RF System Lab, maker of the intuitive VJ-Advance articulating video borescope, had a record month for sales in December, 2014.
ORION Video Borescope is an enhanced viewing device, equipped with high-resolution video camera, powerful zoom and other imaging characteristics for highly informative inspections.
A kaleidoscope, a tube of mirrors containing looks colored objects such as bead and pebbles, is used by the viewer looking in one end while light enters the other end. Sir David Brewster invented the Kaleidoscope and also coined the term. The term translates to "observer of beautiful forms." The Kaleidoscope operates on the principle of multiple reflection. Usually there are two rectangular lengthwise mirrors set at 45Â° creating eight duplicate images of the objects. As the tube...
Terrestrial Planet Finder -- The Terrestrial Planet Finder is a proposed NASA telescope system capable of detecting extrasolar terrestrial planets. In May 2002, NASA chose two TPF mission architecture concepts for further study and technology development. Each would use a different means to achieve the same goal - to block the light from a parent star in order to see its much smaller, dimmer planets. That technology challenge has been likened to finding a firefly near the beam of...
Amateur Astronomy -- Amateur astronomy, also called backyard astronomy, is a hobby whose participants enjoy watching the night sky (and the day sky too, for sunspots, eclipses, etc.), and the plethora of objects found in it, mainly with portable telescopes and binoculars. Even though scientific research is not their main goal, many amateur astronomers make a contribution to astronomy by monitoring variable stars, tracking asteroids and discovering transient objects, such as comets. Such...