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Decoys for infra-red radiation seeking missiles and methods of producing and using the same

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7421950.

The present invention relates to decoys for heat-seeking missiles and methods of producing and using the same. The decoys are designed to be kinematic or pseudo-kinematic, producing one or more infra-red radiation emitting clouds that give the appearance of a moving infra-red target in the airspace in which the decoy has been released.

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