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Trump headed to the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, where he and the first lady were married in 2005, for Easter services (other guests were required to pass through magnetometers, according to a Palm Beach Daily News reporter's tweet).
Established in 2009, IceBridge is an annual series of flights over both polar regions, surveying the state of the ice with a suite of instruments including laser altimeters, radars, magnetometers and gravimeters.
Unlike the latter event, officers won’t be searching bags, and revelers won’t be asked to pass through magnetometers before reaching the parade route.
Employing a salvage company, side scan sonar, magnetometers, and divers, the team searched the length of Bayou Canot and came up empty.
The magnetometer and gravimeter go where radar and laser can’t penetrate, beneath the ocean and down to the bedrock.
At its core lies a sensitive magnetometer, known as a SQUID.
There's a camera, a magnetometer, and a gyroscope on-board.
Bell’s imaging camera, along with a gamma ray neutron detector to detect the asteroid’s composition and a magnetometer to detect its magnetic fields, will also be making the journey.
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