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Hyperspectral Imaging Reopens Amelia Earhart Search - LIGHT MATTERS 11.30.2016

It’s been almost 80 years since the U.S. Coast Guard lost communication with Amelia Earhart partway through her flight around the world. What exactly happened that day remains a mystery, but now, reassessment of previous discoveries using advanced imaging technology could help solve this intriguing enigma. Also this month: scientists in Scotland are using laser scanning to ensure preservation of the historic Queen Mary turbine steamship, new technology has been developed that Purdue University researchers say will aid law enforcement in crime scene forensics, and we offer a sneak peek at the December issue of Photonics Spectra.

Amelia EarhartHowland IslandQueen Maryturbine steamshipPurdue Universitycrime sceneforensicsScotlandNational Institute of JusticeXYZT LabU.S. Department of EnergySpecial Technologies LaboratoryImaging3Dhyperspectral imagingclyde steamshipGlasgow School of ArtSchool of Simulation and VisualizationPhotonics Spectra

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