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What's the first thing you do after boarding a plane? There's locating the right seat, stowing your carry-on as close as possible, putting a bandage strip on the screen in front of you, adjusting the seat Yes, putting a bandage strip on the screen facing your seat. Or a piece of masking or duct tape. Seems crazy. But then, the industry often does, whether it's dealing with overbooked flights or the potential of zig-zag seating that would leave you staring at other people during the flight. BuzzFeed has found that multiple airlines have installed screens for entertainment systems that also include a camera pointed at the passenger.
Which side of plane do i need to sit on to see Vegas Strip? - Las Vegas Forum
I will be flying in from Honolulu to Las Vegas. I really want to get a good aerial view of the Las Vegas Strip. I've seen on youtube people flying in their airplane and they get to see the whole strip from landing or takeoff. I will be flying out from Las Vegas to Chicago shortly. All of this will be at midnight.
Remember Me? I would think that using strip planes would be more accurate to simulate the effect of an imperfect ground plane like antipad fields and return currents, since it meshes the plane itself. Am I right or wrong? What is the exact accuracy difference between the 2 methods? I know how the 2 methods are different in building the models electric currents vs magnetic currents , but how do they correlate to measurements the 2 types separately in case of heaviliy antipad-ded ground planes?