Joaquin Torres (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 15 Aug 2000 21:09:24 -0400
The novels state that computers enhance the signal, giving a computerized image of
This makes me wonder...what happened when Federation ships first encountered Doms
and Gelgoogs? What did their sensors register them as?
> in the series Infra-Red sensors are a mainstay of early warning and
> detection.. but lack the precisness of Radar for targeting and
> identification.. you still gotta wait till you can eye-ball a target
> before you can shoot
> Trent wrote:
> > Will infra-red sensors be affected by Minovsky particle? It is on the
> > low-frequency side after all. I guess not because it is a another type of
> > radar which one can use in Gundam Tactics.
> > Mark Simmons wrote:
> > > Josh CTC writes,
> > >
> > > > Well, of course, if it had to make sense, the colours for space based
> > > > Gundams would be black, the colours for ground based would be green
> > > > camouflage and etc. But then who'd want to watch a bunch of black things
> > > > flying at each other on a black background?
> > >
> > > Hm... actually, black is the ideal color for heat radiation. An all-black
> > > mobile suit might be harder to see, but it would show up wonderfully on
> > > infra-red sensors. :-)
> > >
> > > -- Mark
> > >
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