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Laser Targeting on South Tower, Military Technology on 9/11

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Uploaded on May 19, 2009

A laser designator is a laser light source which is used to illuminate a target. Laser designators provide targeting for laser guided bombs, missiles, or precision artillery munitions. The camera used to take this video was able to see the laser due to a Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar lens. When a target is marked by a designator, the beam is invisible and does not shine continuously. Instead, a series of coded pulses of laser-light are fired. These signals bounce off the target into the sky, where they are detected by the seeker on the laser guided munition, which steers itself towards the center of the reflected signal. It is important to note that unless the people being targeted possess laser detection equipment or can hear aircraft overhead, it is extremely difficult for them to tell whether they are being marked or not. Laser designators work best in clear atmospheric conditions.

Was a laser guiding system used? Is that why the plane makes a sudden turn seconds before hitting the building?

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