Our invitation to readers to come up with a snappy acronym/backronym for our Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator (LOHAN) mission's electronic control board appears to have awoken the sniggering schoolboy inside some of you. Special Projects Bureau tradition dictates that we have an entertaining moniker for our endeavours, hence …
or how about
Well it is LOHAN
Altitude Release SystEm (ARSE)
System for Practical and Electronical Altitude Recognition Services
This being LOHAN...
Control Rocket Altitude Confirming Kosher (CRACK)
Mission Electronics Trimming Hazard (METH)
Deploy Rocket Under Good Situations (DRUGS)
Microprocessor Activated Control Hardware Ensuring Timely Ejection
Balloon In-flight Control Unit for the Release and Ignition into low-Orbit of the bUreau Spacecraft
Has anybody come up with...
Well I started by thinking about LOHAN's Multitasking Instrumentation Node for Geospatial Exploration, but suspect, and counter to public opinion/knowledge, that it's too small. So in a similar vein, and based upon recent events I think a Multitasking Instrumentation System for Dynamic Exploration, Mapping, Evaluation And Notification of Orbiting Range for LOHAN wouldn't go amiss.
A few more...
AA: Altitude Assist vehicle
DUI: Device assisting Uplift and Ignition
EX-CON: EXtreme altitude CONtrol unit
Re: A few more...
DUI: Device for assessing Uplift and controlling Ignition
Controlled High-Altitude Release LOHAN Ignition Electronic System
I really wanted to see LOHAN get the SHITS.
launch assisted by instrument assembly
fully autonomous instrument lash-up
GPS assisted launcher
PIPPA - more classy
Are you going to take this lying down?
Never mind all this acronyming. A major upgrade to Lohan is clearly needed.
Bacon sarnie payload.
Re: Are you going to take this lying down?
Well if we need a bacon sarnie let's call the control board the
LOHAN BARES ALL
Special Projects Altitude Correcting Electronic Device (for) Optimal laUnch Triggering
Tbh, the U had (has) me stumped there.
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