[amsat-bb] Re: Arecibo on 432 MHz Moon Bounce (some calculations)
w4as at bellsouth.net
Thu Apr 22 15:03:47 PDT 2010
There is also the group of Virtucons who use gagillion, fafillion, shabolubalu million illion yillion, when describing lasers.
I believe this was first described in a movie with Mr. Myers.
73 de W4AS
On Apr 22, 2010, at 5:31 PM, Mark Hammond N8MH wrote:
> I think we should all use hexidecimal. Or binary :)
> Mark N8MH
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>> In the Netherlands (and most of Europe), you would write one thousand
>> million watts as 1.000 megawatts.
>> The decimal indicator in Europe is a comma.
>> For example,
>> 1,5 means one and a half
>> 1.000.000 means one million.
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