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green laser

[¦grēn ¦lā·zər]
(optics)
A gas laser using mercury and argon to generate a green line at 5225 angstroms, corresponding to the wavelength that is most readily transmitted through seawater.
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The unit offers a 100lumen mint-green-colored light paired with either red or green laser.
Green lasers are much brighter and usually bright enough (depending on distance, background and other factors) to see and use in daylight.
The retina is more sensitive to green lasers and that causes damage to the retina.
Once fitted to the gun, I used the adjustments on the laser body to align the green laser dot with the iron sights.
The team illuminated 50-micrometer-wide glass beads with a hollow green laser beam and then adjusted the light's polarization, or orientation of the light's vibration.
The first of these models to be released include a green laser (532nm) delivering 1 Watt of power, and an ultraviolet laser (355nm) producing 20mW of power.
James McDonald, 52, was seen shining a green laser into the cockpit of a of PBSO Eagle helicopter late Wednesday night, sheriff's office spokeswoman Teri Barbera said.
The experienced North Eastbased pilot, who asked not be named, said he felt inclined to speak out after the latest incident on Wednesday night when someone shone a bright green laser pen at the plane, which was being battered by strong winds and heavy rain, as it came into Newcastle International Airport.
a Phoenix police helicopter was on patrol when a green laser light hit the aircraft with two officers on board.
TWO men have been arrested after a green laser light was shone at a police helicopter.