Jerry Leffen

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  1. You would still be much more visible than in the day time if the lights are properly placed.
  2. Just resurrecting this thread to add some info. I've been doing a lot of research on the night flying issue (it's how I found this thread) . I think flying at night with the proper lighting system is much safer than flying during the day -- other AC can see you and you can see them much better than in the bright of day. You just need to be aware of your surroundings (ie how high the trees, wires and other obstructions are). I'm designing a full centralized system I can turn on and off remotely, but for now I've been using these: Fully self-contained, rechargeable and visible up to three miles. White, red and green: $20 at