Laser system can detect clear air turbulence, researchers say

European researchers are developing a laser system to detect clear air turbulence that is invisible to the naked eye -- and current aircraft sensors. "In future, pilots might then be able to put out a message in the aircraft cabin asking passengers to return to their seats and fasten their seat belts, or even fly around the affected region," said a spokesman for the DLR German Aerospace Centre.

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