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   MSR Whitepaper
 

A well written publication dealing
with most aspects related to acceleration measurement
as it pertains to the
MSR Series of Acceleration
data loggers.

Well worth taking the
time to read this.

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Celebrating 45 Years

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Aurora Probability in Northern Canada

Auroral forecast from AuroraWatch.ca

 

North America Aurora Map from
NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center

Aurora Map - NOAA

 

 

MSR on TV's Sat.1

The popular German TV science magazine Planetopia offers weekly informative and entertaining shows. It deals with a most diverse range of issues such as biology, sports, medicine and technology.

In September 2010 Planetopia's reporters wanted to discover the sort of stresses to which amusement park visitors are subjected.  To test the acceleration forces on the rides they used the 3-axis MSR165 shock logger. During the test the subjects wore the MSR datalogger attached to their ankles whilst they enjoyed the roller coasters and walzers.

You can now follow the amazing results of their report in an exciting online article at Planetopia (German spoken):

People on a G-force high - How acceleration affects our bodies

 

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