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Paul Wisgerhof
The a/c is set-up for some type of geological research/survey. The company's web site is:

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Alan Brown
It does make for an interesting photo. Thanks.
sam kuminecz
the cables put out a magnetic field and can tell a geologist rock density for ore or precious metals
used also by geologists to see where sandstone is for oil or gas production
Keith Meaden
Originally designed and built by Field Aviation, Toronto, Canada, for Geoterrex.
Doug Zalud
That's pretty cool looking. Nice catch.
Bob Clark
Great Picture Michael. Even the registration is a play on it's function.
VTEM stands for versatile-time-domain-electromagnetic-system/
Geotec's web site is geotec.ca/services if you'd like further info on what it does.
Steve Douglas
The British Navy set up (if memory serves me correctly) Wellingtons with a similar device to detonate magnetic sea mines, during WW2. Neat photo.
Richard Ashley
Strange antenna array or a strange version of the Fulton Recovery system
My kind of dowsing stick.
John Kulha
Interesting, reminds me of my days with project RAVE


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