Bunker Talk: Let’s Talk About The Things We Did Or Didn’t Cover This Week
A bunker isn’t such a bad idea now, is it?
THIS BUNKER POST HAS ENDED AND PART II HAS STARTED HERE.
Welcome to Bunker Talk. This is a weekend open discussion post for the best commenting crew on the net, in which we can chat about all the stuff that went on this week that we didn't cover. We can also talk about the stuff we did or whatever else grabs your interest. In other words, it's literally an off-topic thread.
The caption to this week's top shot reads:
Space Tracks Underground. Colorado Springs, Colorado: There's something new under the ground at Colorado Springs. The North American Air Defense Command's Battle Staff inside Cheyenne Mountain there, can now see the routes space satellites will take in the future as they circle the globe. The NORAD Space Defense Center, also in the underground complex, has long had the capability to predict future positions of satellites. Center technicians and NORAD computer programmers have come up with a way to put those forecasts on the display screen in the Combat Operations Center. The result is that the battle staff can see the paths a satellite will follow for as many as 12 revolutions in the future. (Bettman/Contributor/Getty Images)
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