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Jan 18, 2016 10:01 as a reply to  @ post 17842794 |  #1381

Great photos Capn!!




  
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Jan 18, 2016 16:22 |  #1382

Griveraphoto wrote in post #17862765 (external link)
Great shot!!

Gotta love the T-6 Texan!!

Thank you. I have a lot more where that came from!


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Jan 18, 2016 16:36 |  #1383

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ATLAS-I (Air Force Weapons Lab Transmission-Line Aircraft Simulator), better known as Trestle, was the codename for a unique electromagnetic pulse (EMP) generation and testing apparatus built between 1972 and 1980 during the Cold War at Sandia National Laboratories near Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was used to test military aircraft systems against EMP pulses from a nuclear blast. It was shut down in 1991 at the end of the cold war.

The primary wooden structure of Trestle is 1,000 feet long, 125 feet tall (about 12 stories), and constructed of 6.5 million board-feet of lumber, sufficient to support a fully loaded B-52 bomber.

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Ah just stick all your electronics in a sealed metal box :p, that will solve your EMP problems. That or just use thermionic valves, their pretty hard to fry:-D (Ex RAF Air Defence Ground Radar Tech, from the 80's)

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Jan 19, 2016 03:23 |  #1384

My home city, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

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Feb 12, 2016 12:06 |  #1385

While waiting to take off from Brisbane:

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Feb 12, 2016 12:07 |  #1386

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Nice capture! :-)


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Feb 12, 2016 12:11 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #1387

Thanks. I was just lucky. But then I always fly with a camera on my lap. You never know what you might see.


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Feb 12, 2016 16:00 |  #1388

Over southern Iceland... Northern lights.

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Feb 16, 2016 10:05 |  #1389

London view from airplane window.


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Feb 16, 2016 10:19 |  #1390

First: 42000 feet above Greenland. Second: above Colorado.


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Feb 17, 2016 06:45 |  #1391

Slagrim wrote in post #17900503 (external link)
First: 42000 feet above Greenland. Second: above Colorado.

I didn't think commercial planes flew that high. Do they?

At least I've never been on one that did. Plus that picture doesn't appear to have been taken from that kind of altitude.


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Feb 17, 2016 07:06 |  #1392

saea501 wrote in post #17901664 (external link)
I didn't think commercial planes flew that high. Do they?

At least I've never been on one that did. Plus that picture doesn't appear to have been taken from that kind of altitude.

First was flight from Minneapolis to Amsterdam on KLM Boing 747 (big one). It flies high and fast - over any weather turbulence. The flight altitude was shown on board display. The second picture - flight from Minneapolis to Los Angeles. It was not that high as the first one.
Here is another picture of Greenland from the same flight. Because camera was pointed down, horizon can be seen right on top of the picture - blue lane above gray clouds. I was lucky to catch the window in clouds, because high up north heavy clouds all over the land.
To clarify you question, I checked my archives and found one of my wife's cell phone on board picture - barely can see the display and it was showing 11.6 Km altitude. Web converter gives 38057 feet. It is close to what I said, but not that high. :oops:


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Feb 17, 2016 21:20 |  #1393

SP Crater, Arizona.


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Feb 18, 2016 16:12 |  #1394

Nazca geoglyphs In Peruvian Desert 1.Alien runway 2.Hummingbird


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Feb 18, 2016 16:15 |  #1395

Couple more . . . 3.Tree, 4.Unknown alien sign.


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