Therefore Navy that is much in photo All we see is Freedom! Freedom served in 1000lb and 6" portions. 6" portions this is certainly definitely everything we've heard about the Navy. ...
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- So much Navy in one picture
- All I see is Freedom!
- Freedom served in 1000lb and 6" portions.
- 6" portions This is absolutely everything I've heard about the Navy.
- I thought all the 1000lb-ers were sitting at desks in the Chair Force though.
- I don't. It must be stealth freedom.
- They've turned their surface ships into floating submarines.
- So much failure in one picture.
- Says the four post Reddit-commando...
- I was wondering what those dots are, I zoomed in and they almost look like CD cases stuck to the aircraft. I like to think the Navy is somehow using Nickleback CD's as some sort of terror weapon/ablative armor for their aircraft.
- I do not believe these are sensors as some have suggested. NASA uses similar markings to see flex and structural deformation of structures under stress. The system gives highly accurate movement information simply by calculating the movement of points relative to each other as imaged by a camera. Very useful if your trying to see stress on an airframe during carrier landings. Just a guess however.
- Yeah visual tracking stickers. Bread and butter stuff for any motion capture etc system. Essentially Same stuff as people wall papering their room with QR codes for VR positional tracking. Only in this application they aren't so interested on the whole crafts position, but different parts relative position each other. They capture theb craft with high speed cameras in flight and then input it to Visual Processing system, that turns the footage to a 3D model and then they can compare their simulated models reactions to the captured motions to verify the accuracy of the simulations.
- Any reason why the nose and tail sections aren't being studied at the same time? Not needed, or just not being focused on?
- Apparently it is a missile launch test. So they use those markers as reference for tracking how well the missile launches from the weapon pylon to see if it launches according to spec from the new airframe.
- I was right!
- Like the Skuka's sirens that struck fear into the minds of those it targeted, the Lightning II accomplishes the same task with the sounds of "photograph" and "rockstar". Read more comments