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UNSPECIFIED - APRIL 1954: Fog-O-Scope, electronic tube which detects radiation from fog-shrouded objects and translates it into picture on screen. (Photo by Wallace Kirkland/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Fog-O-Scope, electronic tube which detects radiati

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UNSPECIFIED - APRIL 1954: Fog-O-Scope, electronic tube which detects radiation from fog-shrouded objects and translates it into picture on screen. (Photo by Wallace Kirkland/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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