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7:19 AM
I've noticed that the user Muze added what I felt to be wrong tags on three different questions from other users, and well as four "answers" that did not even come close to being a potential answer.
Does the user need to be reminded again that random, unhelpful behavior is not productive?
 
 
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1:00 PM
hi @uhoh. Thanks for answering my question (space.stackexchange.com/questions/23988). I didn't want to pollute there, so I'm asking here: would you have any clue as to where the equation I gave comes from ? I couldn't find anything relative to this form of the equation on the internet ! thanks
 
is anyone else having trouble accessing www.nasa.gov? I'm stuck at the 'TLS handshake' stage.
 
I'm trying to implement it in Javascript but the answers I get aren't consistent at all so I wonder whether my implementation is bad or the equation is
@Hobbes I can access it without a problem
(from France)
 
it's okay to ask that type of question in comments, yb the way
 
well I was unsure and I'm used to StackOverflow community where making a mistake isn't really welcome ^^
 
 
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3:26 PM
@Magix We are way worse! We shall find you and expose you for simple typos. Worse if you mix up a rocket model like calling it a Saturn 7 and OFF WITH YOUR HEAD! :)
A nice crew, make a fair and honest effort and all is fine.
 
@Magix No I don't know. I understand you were hoping I would figure it out for you, but sorry, I'm not really interested in reverse-engineering a random, unsourced snippet of JavaScript without comments or references or links.
 
4:23 PM
@uhoh I was talking about the equation I gave, t - tp = sqrt(a³/µ)*etc..., I know the code is unreadable and mostly unusable
and @geoffc I know right ! :p hopefully the smaller stack-exchange website are nicer and a bit more forgiving :)
 
4:42 PM
 
5:06 PM
@Magix Heck no! Far more militant! You missed the Soyuz wars of a few years ago, clearly. On one was actually Doxxed' but it looked like it was getting close.
Tis a nice group here. Except Kim. Everyone is great, but not Kim. :) (Turns out she grew up around the corner from where I spent summers Gone running with her sister, small small small world!)
 
 
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6:34 PM
@geoffc Kim ? Never heard of her... she's probably afk anyway :p
 
@Magix ya it looks a heck of a lot like Kepler's Equation except you have arcsin() whereas it has sin(). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler%27s_equation
 
@uhoh yeah I figured that out, I was wondering about the arcsin ! :p Also, I made my program work so I guess the equation is actually right
 
@Magix better fix your question then.
 
@uhoh stop being aggressive I was gonna do it !
 
@Magix There is no way to know what you were going to do. You asked me to figure something out, I did, then you told me you already know the answer. Good luck with your project.
 
6:46 PM
@uhoh "I couldn't find anything relative to this form of the equation on the internet !" was pretty clear. I know Kepler's equation, that's why I said i was interested in this particular form. Anyway, StackOverflow's community was welcoming, good evening guys !
 
@Magix once again, good luck with your project. Please update your question.
 
@Magix I am just teasing her.
Kim Holder.
 
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