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Validation of a field-deployed detection system for angular light scattering measurements under natural conditions

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Abstract

High power laser radiation scattered outside of the beam axis can be a potential threat. A novel detection system based on angular light scattering can help to access the risk of scattering by atmospheric particles.

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