Date: 7/5/17 9:03 am
From: Steve Mattan <stevemattan...>
Subject: Re: [JERSEYBI] Laser pointers
Marty,

Green laser pointers are not illegal in the US. However there are power level restrictions.

Any reputable amateur astronomy shop should have models that meet the restrictions for general use.

Steve Mattan
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> On Jul 5, 2017, at 11:08 AM, Marty DeAngelo <martytdx...> wrote:
>
> During a Christmas Bird Count, a fellow birder whipped out a green laser
> pointer to direct our view toward where to look for birds (don't worry, he
> was careful to point it NEAR the location and direct us from there). I know
> that green lasers are likely illegal in the U.S. (the interwebs seem to
> differ on that fact), but I'm wondering if anyone knows any other laser
> pointers with sufficient strength and accuracy to do something similar. I'm
> heading up to NH in 10 days and want to help the kids know where to look
> when I find birds in the woods.
>
> Thanks in advance!
> Marty DeAngelo
>
>
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