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Old 07-05-2009, 10:40 AM   #16
Dig Gil
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Let's keep it a mining device...

Thanks, at last a line for research.

Now I just need to ensure that you are talking of size before being a meteor.
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Old 07-06-2009, 04:09 PM   #17
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 An asteroid dragger (or Tug) go to DigTech's blog to know more about it.

Thanks Keith, but actually one gram seems too small, I would put my doubts on a book called "Rough Guide"...
You know, I was thinking the same thing about the book, which is why I had my doubts. There are a few other inconsistencies in the book (such as referring to pressure in "cubic" units, at one stage!!).

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 1g seems about right. Keep in mind, the meteors you see in the night sky are about as big as a grain of sand...
Fantastic, really.

Anyway, good luck and fun with the add on!
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