Now he has received a digital copy of the coastguard station's logbook, from the MCA for that day, which clearly shows "Operation Photoflash
" was a real event and appears on the log.
He said: "The photoflash
operation was used to light up the coast so they could see submerged craft in the sea.
After the photoflash
was exposed to the observer for the afterimage task, it was removed from the observer's line of sight.
Previously, Kay (1965) measured peak behavioral spectral sensitivity of 470-490 um in the euphausiid, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, based on the number of individuals responding to bright photoflash
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According to the American Chemistry Council: "Hydrochloric acid is used in the production of batteries, photoflash
bulbs and fireworks.
There is no suggestion he was unfit to drive the Lanark Grammar coach, which was operated by Carluke firm Photoflash
He was recently criticised after claiming a document from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency which said an operation, codenamed Photoflash
, to light up the North Wales coast was scheduled for that evening, deepening the mystery.
His friend added that Munro, who works for Carluke coach firm Photoflash
, had undergone a full Disclosure Scotland check to work with South Lanarkshire Council.