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Sci­ent­ists De­signed an In­stru­ment to Identify Un­ex­ploded Ar­til­lery Shells

News   Dec 13, 2017 | Original Story by Minna Merilainen-Tenhu for the University of Helsinki.

 
Sci­ent­ists De­signed an In­stru­ment to Identify Un­ex­ploded Ar­til­lery Shells

Credit: Camille Bélanger-Champagne.

 
 
 

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