2 thoughts on “NASA Asks: Can You See Our Cub?

  1. How about a combination of 1) an essentially maintenance-free extra high-intensity strobe(s) and 2) use of an already mandated ADS-B system?? No “just something-to-spend-taxpayer-money-on” 60% test aircraft required. Caveat: human eyes are not capable of detecting white-smoke against a backdrop of white clouds or white hazy sky, nor can the eyes detect white smoke during twilight and darkness. Duh!

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