Wed, 20 Oct 1999 20:10:12 -0700
At 04:49 10/20/1999 +0700, you wrote:
>Hello, gundam experts, these are my questions for you :
>1. How much minovsky particles made by universe in 1 second ?
Minovsky particles do not occur in nature. They are a by-product of the
helium-3/deuterium fusion reaction within the Minovsky-Ionescu fusion
reactor. The discovery of, first, a strange electromagnetic wave effect
and, second, the new elementary particle that caused it, led to the
development of a super-compact Minovsky-Ionescu reactor that used an
I-field, a lattice-like structure composed of regularly-aligned
M-particles, to confine and compress the reaction. See:
>2. How much is the limit of minovsky particles in universe ?
None. They're produced by high-energy reactions and don't persist without
an energetic support system. They can be "broadcast" over a relatively
small area, but eventually decay and disappear.
>3. What's the use of energy in gundams if the minovsky particles are
Minovsky particles only absorb energy in the short end of the spectrum, so
they only interfere with radio and radar. Infra-red and visible light are
not absorbed and can still be used for imaging and tracking.
>4. Why in such big battle of A Boa Qua there's no run out of Minovsky ?
Because, in addition to generators dedicated to broadcasting the particles
just to create a "fog" around the asteroid, every MS and ship was putting
out their own small contributions from their reactors and thermonuclear
>5. how much minovsky particles used for 1 shot of mega particle cannon ?
Billions and billions. But they're really, really small, so I'll just say
"a fistful" and leave it at that. (^_^);
>and this question is not about minovsky :
>What equipments did F91 use to make the MS not overheat during "Shadow Mode"
A simple venting system, the outlet of which is behind the face mask, plus
the six radiator fins (three on each shoulder) and, presumably, the
radiator-like grillwork on the front of the torso.
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