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I work for NASA. Ask me a question.

 
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Your an EE? I have a microcontroller im trying to connect to my motorcycle battery. I have a voltage regulator to drop down the voltage from 14 to 5 but it fried my MC the other day. What do i need in line to protect it from voltage spikes and noise?
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certainly you didnt expect this thread to go well right?
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Do any threads go well on GLP?
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Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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Good question. And then I want to add, what are you currently working on?
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certainly you didnt expect this thread to go well right?
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Do any threads go well on GLP?
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lol

none of the 'ask me a question' ones do
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Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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Good question. And then I want to add, what are you currently working on?
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copper wires
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What is the most interesting project that you have worked on?
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What is the most interesting project that you have worked on?
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How do magnets work?
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Your an EE? I have a microcontroller im trying to connect to my motorcycle battery. I have a voltage regulator to drop down the voltage from 14 to 5 but it fried my MC the other day. What do i need in line to protect it from voltage spikes and noise?
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Smells like a test rather than a legit question, but whatevs. I'd start with capacitors and transorbs and go from there.
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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.
Is there a link to access all of NASA's mission footage?
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Good question. And then I want to add, what are you currently working on?
 Quoting: Plenty Paws


copper wires
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True I am sure. But one never knows where one might find a bread crumb.
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Is the James Webb Telescope still a go? When is the launch scheduled? I can't WAIT for that to be "up" and working.
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What is the most interesting project that you have worked on?
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Constellation. Mainly because of its doomed for failure design.
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How do magnets work?
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I don't think anyone on this planet knows the ultimate truth to that question.
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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
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no you don't
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Yes, I do.
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Why do you come to GLP?
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How do magnets work?
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I don't think anyone on this planet knows the ultimate truth to that question.
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Personally I think its because they 'close the loop' when a magent is presented with some other magnetic material.
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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.
Is Pine Gap Spacebase apart of NASA?
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Is the James Webb Telescope still a go? When is the launch scheduled? I can't WAIT for that to be "up" and working.
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Last I saw was a 2018 launch date.
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Is Pine Gap Spacebase apart of NASA?
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I meant *part of NASA*
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Your an EE? I have a microcontroller im trying to connect to my motorcycle battery. I have a voltage regulator to drop down the voltage from 14 to 5 but it fried my MC the other day. What do i need in line to protect it from voltage spikes and noise?
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Smells like a test rather than a legit question, but whatevs. I'd start with capacitors and transorbs and go from there.
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no test, im a programmer and dont know much about circuits. but i added an rfid reader to my bike and took away the key. So now when i sit on the bike(with RFID tag in my pocket) it will activate and allow me to start it. It worked great for about a week then it fried. I think there is alot of noise and spikes that fried my regulator. I figured it needed a diode or something but i dont know for sure. Ill google transorbs and see if i that will work for me. Thanks!
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Is the James Webb Telescope still a go? When is the launch scheduled? I can't WAIT for that to be "up" and working.
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Last I saw was a 2018 launch date.
 Quoting: Quagmire


AWESOME. Thank-you. hf
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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
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There are some nuclear and ion propulsion technologies in the works. Right now rocket propulsion is still the only way to get into space, though.
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no you don't
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Yes, I do.
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Why do you come to GLP?
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I enjoy the crazy theories thrown around on this site.
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11/20/2012 02:30 PM
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What cell phone do you have?
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Is NASA really working on "warp drive" propulsion?
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There are some nuclear and ion propulsion technologies in the works. Right now rocket propulsion is still the only way to get into space, though.
 Quoting: Quagmire


What about this?

[link to techland.time.com]

???
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11/20/2012 02:31 PM
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Is Pine Gap Spacebase apart of NASA?
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Never heard of it. Googled it and I'd say no.
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When will NASA ever fire James Hansen for cheating to push global warming scam on us?

[link to stevengoddard.wordpress.com]

Last Edited by AlcoholicAlien on 11/20/2012 02:38 PM
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11/20/2012 02:35 PM
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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.
At 0:14 Mark. Do you think were 'crosing over'? (Discard everything else)

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Re: I work for NASA. Ask me a question.
Your an EE? I have a microcontroller im trying to connect to my motorcycle battery. I have a voltage regulator to drop down the voltage from 14 to 5 but it fried my MC the other day. What do i need in line to protect it from voltage spikes and noise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 554016


Smells like a test rather than a legit question, but whatevs. I'd start with capacitors and transorbs and go from there.
 Quoting: Quagmire


no test, im a programmer and dont know much about circuits. but i added an rfid reader to my bike and took away the key. So now when i sit on the bike(with RFID tag in my pocket) it will activate and allow me to start it. It worked great for about a week then it fried. I think there is alot of noise and spikes that fried my regulator. I figured it needed a diode or something but i dont know for sure. Ill google transorbs and see if i that will work for me. Thanks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 554016


No probs. You could probably learn way more from this google search than I could throw at you.

[link to www.google.com (secure)]
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What cell phone do you have?
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An iPhone.