2015

Black Laser Learning trains Naval Oceanography Mine Warfare Center personnel

A team of 12 U.S. navy sailors looked on as BLL’s lead instructor reviewed the fine nuances of analysing complex sea floor image data retrieved from an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). In the summer of 2015, Black Laser Learning travelled to the Stennis Space Centre in Mississippi to provide a two-day sonar analysis training program to members of the U.S.…

Apollo F-1 Engine Parts Now in Museum Display

Historic Saturn V F-1 rocket engine parts that were recovered more than two years ago by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and an international team of experts, are now fully conserved and on display at the Cosmosphere International SciEd Center and Space Museum (formerly known as the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center) in Hutchinson, Kansas. The massive artifacts found in the Bermuda…

Black Laser Learning delivers sonar training to Suffolk County Marine Bureau

The Suffolk County Marine Bureau returned from a long day of sonar training on the Great South Bay. All the classroom theory learned in day one enabled the group to put the Klein 3900 side scan sonar through its paces. The Marine Bureau uses sonar to locate drowning victims, sunken vessels and submerged evidence.   Black Laser Learning provided the…

Black Laser Learning delivers annual side scan sonar training to U.S. and foreign navy hydrographers

The sonar screen displayed images of the sea floor as a dozen participants from U.S. and partner nations looked on. Every year, Black Laser Learning Inc. (BLL) conducts a comprehensive side scan sonar course as part of a six-month training program given by the U.S. Navy for U.S. and foreign navy hydrographers. The program, called International Hydrographic Management and Engineering…

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