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02-09-2009, 07:54 PM   #1
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To space and beyond

http://www.imaginginfo.com/web/online/Online-Exclusives/Science-Experiment--...-Space/49$4139

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That's a write up about the launches our very own PentaxPoke has shared with us ..

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That link doesnt seem to work Venturi... Try these...

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I am so slow to these things

Awesome job - to everyone invovled.

Do you think maybe a sealed lens would help preventing condensation?

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That link doesnt seem to work Venturi...
didn't think about the search id's expiring. hehe
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I am so slow to these things

Awesome job - to everyone invovled.

Do you think maybe a sealed lens would help preventing condensation?
sealed doesnt mean vacume

plus as was mentioned, condensation isnt an issue
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Actually a sealed lens might be a problem unless what was sealed inside was a vacuum. Otherwise the lens might "blow out"...
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That's a write up about the launches our very own PentaxPoke has shared with us ..
Thanks Venturi. This forum is the first place I posted the results of those flights!

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Actually a sealed lens might be a problem unless what was sealed inside was a vacuum. Otherwise the lens might "blow out"...
I agree!

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