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A spectrogram from the Broad Band Receiver on AFRL’s Demonstration and Science Experiments (DSX) spacecraft showing “boomerang” signals on Oct. 5, 2020. Colors show radio wave power with transmissions from DSX and return echo signals (boomerangs) indicated. It shows a seven-second time period from left to right and radio frequency increasing from bottom to top. This is one of dozens of boomerangs seen by DSX, which are being analyzed to understand how very low frequency (VLF) radio waves behave in near-Earth space. (Courtesy Image/Stanford University)

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210928-F-F3963-1010.JPG

A spectrogram from the Broad Band Receiver on AFRL’s Demonstration and Science Experiments (DSX) spacecraft showing “boomerang” signals on Oct. 5, 2020. Colors show radio wave power with transmissions from DSX and return echo signals (boomerangs) indicated. It shows a seven-second time period from left to right and radio frequency increasing from bottom to top. This is one of dozens of boomerangs seen by DSX, which are being analyzed to understand how very low frequency (VLF) radio waves behave in near-Earth space. (Courtesy Image/Stanford University)

PHOTO BY: Stanford University
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This photograph is considered public domain and has been cleared for release. If you would like to republish please give the photographer appropriate credit. Further, any commercial or non-commercial use of this photograph or any other DoD image must be made in compliance with guidance found at https://www.dimoc.mil/resources/limitations, which pertains to intellectual property restrictions (e.g., copyright and trademark, including the use of official emblems, insignia, names and slogans), warnings regarding use of images of identifiable personnel, appearance of endorsement, and related matters.