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NASA Uses MicroStrain(R) Sensors to Monitor Vibroacoustic Shock During Shuttle Launches

There are 1 comment on the Space Ref story from Aug 18, 2011, titled NASA Uses MicroStrain(R) Sensors to Monitor Vibroacoustic Shock During Shuttle Launches. In it, Space Ref reports that:

MicroStrain Inc. provided NASA Kennedy Space Center with the wireless sensor technology to remotely monitor lift off acoustics and vibration generated during the launch of both Endeavour and Atlantis space shuttles.

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David

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#1 Aug 28, 2011

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