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Mr. Zet

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/slap HaBa trout
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Vinci

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Mittlerweile zwar ein halbes Jahr alt, aber unfassbar nerdy!

https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-9064-th...uter_talk#t=164

Der Link führt zu einem "In-Depth" Talk über Hard&Software des Apollo Guidance Computer. Ein gewisses Faible für Computerarchitektur sollte man aber haben bevor man draufklickt. Sonst langweilgt man sich vermutlich eher...

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nice, endlich gefunden. mal schauen ob da noch was rumdümpelt...

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"I can't absolutely prove it's water, but I sure can't think of anything else that looks like this thing does other than liquid water," says Richard Zurek, chief scientist for the Mars Program Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who was unaffiliated with the study.

M4D M4X

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anytime....

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Vulkan entdeckt :D

sk/\r

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wurde auch zeit. :D

wergor

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passt wahrscheinlich hier am besten rein: alle ausgaben des planetary report sind ab sofort open access.

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Naja, bis zum First Contact haben wir noch ca. 44 Jahre und 199 Tage Zeit :D

-=Willi=-

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Zitat
This happened because some angular velocity sensors were installed upside down by mistake.
[...]
Also knowing that obvious instructions aren't so obvious, the mounting point was designed by the engineers so that it had guide pins that matched up to holes in the sensor that would allow the sensor to fit only if it was oriented correctly.

Stupidity knowing no bounds, the sensors were recovered and found to be dented by the pins, having been forced into the mounting point probably by a hammer or something.

Ja leck :D.

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na servas. Achtung/FYI: Das war schon 2013.
Wem sensorbasierte Mishaps taugen, der lese über die "Landung" der Genesis Kapsel nach, z.B. https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/a4878/3045681/

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schön, dass es den astronauten gut geht.
die belastung wurde aber sicher 1983 beim pad abort noch getoppt.

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Zitat aus einem Post von -=Willi=-
Stupidity knowing no bounds, the sensors were recovered and found to be dented by the pins, having been forced into the mounting point probably by a hammer or something.

Ja leck :D.

wtf :confused: und ich dachte sowas wird mindestens 2x kontrolliert.
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