Dman979

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  1. Dman979

    The user below me...

    Nope. TUBM has never merged overlapping threads in forum games, like I just did.
  2. I got nothing. Try posting in the Ask The Mods... thread, and be sure to ping ManeTI.
  3. You can also plant flags, and see how far apart they are.
  4. Dman979

    air speed record

    Moved to Challenges.
  5. What @Vanamonde said. There's no reason to pin it, because it stays on the front page. In short, you all pin it everytime you post there!
  6. Dman979

    Ask the Mods questions about the Forums!

    I do, and excellent explanation, @Mad Rocket Scientist.
  7. Dman979

    Hello there

    Made it in Paint just for you. Stay a while!
  8. Dman979

    flying saucer

    Moved to Spacecraft Exchange.
  9. Dman979

    Hello there

    Welcome aboard!
  10. Dman979

    Talk like Up-Goer Five

    Forward-looking infrared (FLIR) cameras, typically used on military and civilian aircraft, use a thermographic camera that senses infrared radiation. The sensors installed in forward-looking infrared cameras, as well as those of other thermal imaging cameras, use detection of infrared radiation, typically emitted from a heat source (thermal radiation), to create an image assembled for video output. They can be used to help pilots and drivers steer their vehicles at night and in fog, or to detect warm objects against a cooler background. The wavelength of infrared that thermal imaging cameras detect is 3 to 12 μm and differs significantly from that of night vision, which operates in the visible light and near-infrared ranges (0.4 to 1.0 μm). https://xkcd.com/simplewriter/
  11. Dman979

    Ask the Mods questions about the Forums!

    No, like this.
  12. 11 of those were spammers. Most new users like to post in the Add-on Subforum, because they have a question about a mod.