Sep. 26th, 2006

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Look, google is going to take far too long to find this kind of stuff with the time I have available, so here's to hoping that someone either knows this, or knows it well enough to make a definite answer:


1. So, um, just how big a blast would it take to make the atmosphere ring like a bell?


2. Failing that, is it theoretically possible to have an object in high semi-geosynchronous orbit (figure a month minimum for it to make a single orbit around the planet) that can maintain that orbit for a long period without the use of attitude or positioning jets? And yes, it has to be semi-geosynchronous- the thing must fully orbit the earth, but do so at a slow rate of speed.

A League of Extraordinary Bastards sticker to the first one who can definitively answer both, if they want it.

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