Master Asia (MasterAsia@MailAndNews.com)
Mon, 20 Sep 1999 10:00:44 -0400


>===== Original Message From gundam@aeug.org =====
>In a message dated 9/20/99 6:13:23 AM Mountain Daylight Time,
>MasterAsia@MailAndNews.com writes:
>
>> Ummm.... yeah. Anyways if it wasn't necessary wouldn't they have Taken it
>out
>>
>> since its not cost effective? GM's have the glass thingy on the front too!
>> Though not the same, its similar. I mean, all gundams, even Turn-A
>(ughhh...)
>>
>> has eyes, now that I think about it the only use they would have is
>> targeting
>> but that would make any sense because doesn't the carrier do that?
>>
>> -End
>
>In a Minovsky particle enriched environment, machines of war would have to
>rely on visual targeting and acquisition. To this, optical arrays would be
>needed. A BI-optical array (Gundam) should be more accurate than a
>mono-optical array (Zaku), but a phased array (GM) should be superior.
>
>SJ
>
>Hmm.... well I think that doesn't really answer the "What are the Eyes for?"
question but. that brings up another question: If the GM has a better
Targeting system why are later Gundam Prototypes not equipped w/ them?
According to the gundam PG manual doesn't beam rifle transmit a signal to the
Pegasus and then back to the RX-78's Rifle?

Roger

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