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The Target Specific for the
SRV Demonstration Experiment #15
(Conducted 25 February - 8 March 2000)

Essential Cue:
The Statue of Liberty / New York Harbor (4 July 1976)

Numbered Aspects
1. The Statue of Liberty / New York Harbor (4 July 1976)
2. Parade of Tall Ships passing the Statue of Liberty / New York harbor (4 July 1976)
3. Parade of Tall Ships passing the Statue of Liberty - perspective: from the top of the Statue of Liberty looking down upon the passing ships (4 July 1976)

Webmaster's Note: This is a very interesting and complex target. The Statue of Liberty is a tall metallic (copper) figure that sits on a small island between Manhattan and New Jersey near the mouth of the Hudson River. During the U.S. Bicentennial celebrations in 1976, there was a huge parade of tall sailing ships in the waters around New York Harbor (near the mouth of the Hudson River). This included ships with powerful water cannons, and every other type of water vehicle imaginable (over 10,000 in all). There was also one of the most spectacular (and loud) fireworks displays ever, all of which could be seen from lots of vantage points in New York and New Jersey. The Statue of Liberty was essentially in the center of all of this activity. Verification of these events can be found in microfilm records of the New York Times for 5 July 1976, available in many libraries.