A team of physicists in the US has created an infrared laser beam at a point in mid air, by focusing a UV laser onto a tiny volume of oxygen molecules. Much of the emergent infrared laser light travels back towards the UV laser, sampling the intervening air as it returns.
Archive – January 2011
NSTAP is being developed for high Reynolds number turbulence measurements to capture ultra small-scale velocity fluctuations.
Professor Chung K. Law Delivered the Dryden Lectureship in Research Posted Jan 05, 2011By Lilian Tsang Professor Chung K. Law delivered the Dryden Lectureship in Research on Tuesday, January 4, at the 2011 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting. The title of the lecture is "Fuel options for next generation chemical propulsion". The Lectureship emphasizes the great importance of basic research in aeronautics and astronautics and is a salute to research scientists and engin
Bill Loveless interviews Thomas Hicks, the Navy's assistant secretary for energy, and Lt. Thomas J. Weaver *01 the lead pilot for a project testing camelina oil in Green Hornet jets.