‘’ Your NASA for crying out loud. You got people thinking things up and people backing them up. You going to tell me you didn’t put bumpers on that thing"
Aidan: “You silly inspectors, how did Iridium, team 77, and Cosmos, team 2251, even make it onto the field without supporting the entire length of their bumpers with their frames!” :rolleyes:
(Also, it wasn’t a NASA satellite. It was a private telecommunications satellite. These particular satellites occasionally reflect sunlight, which we see as temporary brilliant points of light (look at Iridium flares). It’s really quite something.
That said, I doubt we’ll see any Lunacy robots moving at quite orbital velocity. :rolleyes: