TITLE

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PUB. DATE
January 1962
SOURCE
New Yorker;1/13/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 48, p98
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the use of electroluminescence in an underground fallout shelter by Westinghouse engineers working with Eagle Enterprises of Pennsylvania. The engineers have created a window effect that provides shelter inhabitants the impression of natural, outdoor illumination.
ACCESSION #
22798260

 

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