She plans to continue the workshops this fall along with graduate and undergraduate student volunteers and other physics department staff. More than students attended the dozen two-hour Burnaby campus workshops, using lasers in hands-on experiments to learn about reflection, refraction and the nature of electromagnetic radiation. A flash tube—which Maiman acquired from a photographic supply catalogue—is coiled around the bar. He was always looking to create some kind of spark. The laser pioneer, who died inwas nominated three times for a Nobel Prize. Ted, along with many other scientists, joined the race.
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Further information regarding the effect of European legislation on the licensing of flight crew will be notified via the CAA website www. Potential effect of European legislation on military pilots applying for civil licences The draft European legislation as published in April makes provision for EASA licences to be granted on the basis of military training and experience, provided that the requirements are approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency.
As of Summer the final legislation is still awaited. Therefore, military pilots should not rely upon the existing QSP arrangements being available after March On coming into force on 1st January the ANO did not make any significant amendment to UK legislation regarding flight crew licensing.
The first amendment to the ANO issued April changed the requirement for all flight training to be conducted from a licensed aerodrome. The amendment allows for training in aeroplanes not exceeding kg MTOW and helicopters and gyroplanes not exceeding kg MTOW to be conducted from unlicensed aerodromes provided that the commander of the aircraft and the operator of the aerodrome are satisfied on reasonable grounds that the aerodrome is suitable for the purpose. For further information see CAP However, due to further problems this change could not be implemented and so the interim arrangements remain in place.
This will be advised by means of a new AIC that will be published on the web at www. At the time of writing the EASA regulations as proposed will make mandatory revalidation by testing every 4 years for licence holders at Level 4 and every 6 years for licence holders at Level 5. To facilitate the replacement of existing licences with EASA licences from , licence holders are strongly recommended to be tested before then and to ensure that the CAA is provided with notification of the result.
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