Message from sean g in The Ice Wall #lounge


2019-10-12 12:14:30 UTC  

im pretty sure its to remove dead weight

2019-10-12 12:14:39 UTC  

because its useless at that point

2019-10-12 12:15:10 UTC  

@thedefiantmango in my upload that was a yoyo de-spin system and rockets use the same basic system , the rocket spin is to accurately aim direction and maintain smooth trvel

2019-10-12 12:15:11 UTC  

what is he trying to prove?

2019-10-12 12:15:15 UTC  

Only if there is propulsion after it

2019-10-12 12:15:21 UTC  

was that a p unm

2019-10-12 12:15:28 UTC  

was that actuallyl a a pun

2019-10-12 12:15:29 UTC  

?

2019-10-12 12:15:29 UTC  

?

2019-10-12 12:15:30 UTC  

the rocket spin is to maintain the level

2019-10-12 12:15:35 UTC  

what is he actually saying

2019-10-12 12:15:41 UTC  

im talking about the intitial propulsion system

2019-10-12 12:15:48 UTC  

does anyone actually understand what mango is sayuing"?

2019-10-12 12:15:51 UTC  

which is used in the liftoff process

2019-10-12 12:15:51 UTC  

in that rocket vid, even the creator says it continued its path

2019-10-12 12:15:53 UTC  

Are you just raiding the air?

2019-10-12 12:16:03 UTC  

it did because of momentum

2019-10-12 12:16:13 UTC  

i dont raid tyler

2019-10-12 12:16:14 UTC  

it would have stopped

2019-10-12 12:16:20 UTC  

no

2019-10-12 12:16:27 UTC  

oh and where was the debri after hitting

2019-10-12 12:16:30 UTC  

the momentum is mantained

2019-10-12 12:16:37 UTC  

theres no debris bcause its planned

2019-10-12 12:16:38 UTC  

You don't go farther with your momentum by dropping mass

2019-10-12 12:16:44 UTC  

its designed to detach

2019-10-12 12:16:57 UTC  

the rockets path didnt change

2019-10-12 12:17:04 UTC  

@Σ5 yes u do

2019-10-12 12:17:14 UTC  

@thedefiantmango no you don't

2019-10-12 12:17:29 UTC  

imagine ur running on ice

2019-10-12 12:17:32 UTC  

if youdropped half your mass
Half of your momentum goes into that mass

2019-10-12 12:17:34 UTC  

and suddenly stop

2019-10-12 12:17:38 UTC  

youlll be sliding

2019-10-12 12:17:43 UTC  

and if u lower the mass

2019-10-12 12:17:43 UTC  

and slow down

2019-10-12 12:17:47 UTC  

u still continue sliding

2019-10-12 12:17:57 UTC  

until friction becomes an unbalanced force

2019-10-12 12:18:01 UTC  

do u slow to a stop losing momentum

2019-10-12 12:18:04 UTC  

and overall affect the net force

2019-10-12 12:18:14 UTC  

what force

2019-10-12 12:18:29 UTC  

bruh

2019-10-12 12:18:30 UTC  

what friction at that altitude