3 posts • joined 16 Sep 2011
They are light flexible and last for hours.... it dosnt have to be elegant it just has to provide heat for the length of the mission.
"... already getting over-the-air software modifications."
... like a following policeman requesting that the car in front slow to a crawl.... or explode... Im sure prety soon interfering with your leagally required tracking system will be made illegal, if not, would certainly invalidate your insurance.
I wondered when this would happen apparently sooner than I thought :-(
This might be a retarded question....
.... but would it be an idea to put the whole ignition system in the chamber along with the rocket? Granted there will be danger of damage to the equipment but it will test that EVERYTHING will work as planned when it gets to those sorts of temps and pressures. Alternatively test that the required ignition V/c is achived in a seperate test. It wouldnt take too much extra effort. This is probably all redundant and I should go back to my corner and be quiet...
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