Fighter plane from World War II discovered in London
The Future I-160 detected a crashed fighter plane from World War II in the heart of London.
No other metal detector, geophysical instrument or ground penetrating radar which was used for this investigation was able to locate the hidden parts of the plane. But the geophysical instrument Future I-160 with its high resolution did an accurate pin pointing of the detected target. Television, press, archeologists, scientists and even the pilot itself were present when digging out the engine. The located parts are now exhibited in the Imperial War Museum in London.
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