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Re: Explorer Power Gain Problem
- To: bmansur <email@example.com>, David <David@InterWorld.com>, hous0042 <firstname.lastname@example.org>, jim <email@example.com>, KellySt <KellySt@aol.com>, kgstar <firstname.lastname@example.org>, lparker <email@example.com>, rddesign <firstname.lastname@example.org>, stevev <email@example.com>, "T.L.G.vanderLinden" <T.L.G.vanderLinden@student.utwente.nl>
- To: zkulpa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Explorer Power Gain Problem
- From: Brian Mansur <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 14 Mar 96 09:42:00 PST
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To: KellySt; kgstar; stevev; jim; zkulpa; hous0042; rddesign; David;
Subject: Re: Explorer Power Gain Problem
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 1996 3:11PM
>>I can't confirm this, but I do know the energy numbers I worked out in the
>>Explorer page were sloppy.
>Does ANYONE know the proper equations? I'll try to find time to ask my
I do know them, but also have noticed that it is potentially dangerous to
throw them in the ring. ;)
The formula in Kellies Explorer page is correct. The same thing you asked
about that 5 m/s, I asked Kelly some long time ago (so long that he probably
doesn't remember it anymore (no offence)).
So, bottom line, is the NUMBER right. You only said the formula was
correct. Did I misunderstand you? I keep getting 5E16W, not 5E9W.