Avionics cockpit display

Avionics cockpit display

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Credit: MASSIMO BREGA, THE LIGHTHOUSE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Avionics cockpit display. Pilot in an aircraft cockpit with an avionic display system (right). The system includes communications, navigation, and the display and management of multiple aircraft systems. Avionic displays use rare earth elements in the form of terbium-doped gadolinium oxysulphide and lanthanum oxysulphide phosphors that allow luminescence. The rare-earth avionic phosphors emit yellow-green light, as shown here. Photographed in October 2008.

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