Shireen Gonzaga is a freelance writer who enjoys writing about natural history. She is also a technical editor at an astronomical observatory where she works on documentation for astronomers. Shireen has many interests and hobbies related to the natural world. She lives in Cockeysville, Maryland.
Posted by Shireen Gonzaga in | March 13, 2011
FAA flight simulator view showing a veiling glare caused a 5 milliwatt laser pointer at 1,200 feet (365 m). It’s hard to see through the extended reflection of light by the window. Credit: Patrick Murphy via Wikimedia Commons.