Using Radar to Detect and Identify Movement – Christmas Lectures with David Pye

Using Radar to Detect and Identify Movement – Christmas Lectures with David Pye

Doppler echo location is something I’ve put to use in recent years for observing bats. I have a small doppler radar here for measuring bat flight speeds and it also can observe details of their wing motion and their aerobatics. And we’ve learnt quite a lot about the details of bird flight by pointing it… Read more Using Radar to Detect and Identify Movement – Christmas Lectures with David Pye

Working for World’s Busiest Airport,Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport | Fast Forward

Working for World’s Busiest Airport,Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport | Fast Forward

TODAY FAST FORWARD IS AT HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PICKING A PLACE WHERE WE’LL FIND MORE GREAT GEORGIA JOBS. ♪ MUSIC ♪ WELL THERE YOU GO! LOOKS LIKE WE’VE REACHED OUR DESTINATION! ♪ MUSIC ♪ WELCOME TO ANOTHER EPISODE OF FAST FORWARD COMING AT YOU FROM HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. WITH 260,000 PASSENGERS AND 2,000… Read more Working for World’s Busiest Airport,Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport | Fast Forward

How Airplane Oxygen Masks Work Given They Aren’t Hooked to Tanks & How Planes Get Oxygen at Altitude

How Airplane Oxygen Masks Work Given They Aren’t Hooked to Tanks & How Planes Get Oxygen at Altitude

Hello, I’m Daven Hiskey, you’re watching the TodayIFoundOut YouTube channel. In the video today, we’re looking at how commercial airplanes keep a steady supply of fresh air and how the emergency oxygen masks supply oxygen given they are not hooked up to any air tank. Let’s get started. Because the economics of having large oxygen… Read more How Airplane Oxygen Masks Work Given They Aren’t Hooked to Tanks & How Planes Get Oxygen at Altitude

ESA Echoes in Space – Geometry: Effects of Radar Imaging Geometry

ESA Echoes in Space – Geometry: Effects of Radar Imaging Geometry

So a radar imaging system looks obliquely in order to get echoes back that are roughly in proportion to the distance across the ground This wouldn’t happen if we looked directly below us at the nadir The one challenge here though is that were made an assumption that the ground is approximately flat So that… Read more ESA Echoes in Space – Geometry: Effects of Radar Imaging Geometry