Rodrick Su (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 22 Dec 2000 05:58:16 -0800
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> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
> Behalf Of Jonathan Ng
> Sent: Friday, December 22, 2000 12:22 AM
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> Subject: Re: [gundam] real physics and camera stuff
> At 06:56 PM 21/12/00 -0800, you wrote:
> >in AP Physics, i learned that fusion reactions yield
> >two (2) gamma photons, and fission reactions yield
> >neutron radiation. in the gundam project, it says that
> >normal fusion reactions yield neutron. can that be
> Is the fusion reaction you're talking about the traditional
> Hydrogen-Deuterium reaction (which gives He-3 with gamma radiation)? I
> don't think those are feasible (low temperatures ie economically).
> The other popular reaction is the Deuterium-Tritium reaction (but I'm not
> sure why - anyone care to enlighten?) which does produce neutrons.
> >can minovsky particles block visible light? no right?
> >then laser can be used as a detection and tracking
> >method right?
> It probably could be used as a short-range detection, but it
> probably could
> be countered easily - light-scattering aerosols would render this
> ineffective, in essence "cloaking" the MS in question.
> >the alex has 360 degree panoramic camera right? where
> >are the sideway looking camera? why do the gp01 and
> >gp02 not feature the 360 degree view?
> The GP01 didn't include this because it was still using the Core Fighter
> that the original Gundam had - it couldn't incorporate the
> panoramic camera
> with 0083's technology (it could however do it 0089 where the ZZ's core
> fighter had a panoramic camera IIRC)
360 cockpit display and core fighter seemed mutually exclusive. ZZ, Victory
and V2 Gundam all features core fighter, and their display view are limited
to that of the core fighter.
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