The Physical Optics Corporation Reveals First Space Endeavor



(Torrance, CA) The Physical Optics Corporation takes great pride in being reliable, agile, cutting edge, innovative, trusted and proven.  For the previously stated; it can be seen in its proprietary airborne systems, integrated soldier systems, sensor systems and advanced systems.  Furthermore and as a result, the Physical Optics Corporation, holds more than 160 issued patents.  These 160 patents are for 60 technologies.  The future of the aforementioned technology and systems integration business, is innovative research and development.  The innovative research and development, also leads, to advanced programs.  Recently, the Physical Optics Corporation unveiled, a byproduct of its research and development advanced programs.  The end result, is its first endeavor into space.  Specifically, an engineering prototype was sent up to the International Space Station (ISS).  The engineering prototype, while onboard the ISS, will be part of a N.A.S.A. sponsored advanced materials research study.  
POC technology on Cygnus Cargo Ship (NASA)- April 17, 2019.
             The N.A.S.A. sponsored advanced materials research study, which is being conducted on the International Space Station; is using the Physical Optics Corporation’s engineering prototype in the following way.  While in zero-gravity, the engineering prototype, is being used in a research study.  This research study aims at evaluating the feasibility of producing high quality bandwidth optical fibers while in zero gravity.  Specifically, the zero gravity environment, is hoped to become a zero gravity manufacturing environment.  In other words, actual manufacturing is hoped to be made possible, while orbiting the Planet Earth.  Furthermore, a zero gravity manufacturing environment, is also believed to have the capabilities of eliminating defects.  Defects, to be more specific, that occur regularly on the surface of the Planet Earth.  Returning to, the high quality bandwidth optical fibers.  The aforementioned, is hoped to have increased transmission characteristics, as a result of the zero gravity manufacturing environment.  To be more exact, it is estimated that, the high quality bandwidth optical fibers will have a ten times greater transmission characteristic.  Ultimately, space based applications are hoped for.  Remote sensing, Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR), high power lasers, multi/hyperspectral imaging, atmospheric monitoring and optical data communications are the hoped for space based applications.  LIDAR, in order to elaborate; is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser.  The pulsed laser, in turn, is capable of measuring ranges or variable distances to the Planet Earth.    
            To end, the Physical Optics Corporation did release a press statement.  Ranjit Pradhan is the Vice President of Applied Technologies at the Physical Optics Corporation.  Through a press statement, Mr. Pradhan said the following.  “It is a great honor for everyone at POC to be selected as one of several scientific experiments going to the International Space Station.  If the experiment is successful, there are many fields that can benefit from a higher quality fiber optic material such as telecommunications, laser surgery, and other industrial and military applications.  POC is very excited to be bringing this type of revolutionary innovation to so many potential industries.”  As previously stated, the Physical Optics Corporation recently unveiled, a byproduct of its research and development advanced programs.  The end result, is its first endeavor into space.  Specifically, an engineering prototype was sent up to the International Space Station (ISS).  Lastly the engineering prototype, while onboard the ISS, will be part of a N.A.S.A. sponsored advanced materials research study. 

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04/24/2019

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