RE: cloaking device

From: bruce_musson@dofasco.ca
Date: Thu Jul 27 2000 - 09:09:42 PDT

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    I guess with this being a 'world-wide' list... some jokes may not be
    understood.
    It's a fictional device from a TV series called Star Trek.
    There is no 'Cloaking Device' on the ISS. 
    It should always be visible under the right lighting conditions.
    I just didn't see it for some reason.
    :-)
    Bruce 
    
    
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    	To:	bruce_musson@dofasco.ca; SeeSat-L@blackadder.lmsal.com
    	Subject:	cloaking device
    
    	> Was I early, late, or did the ISS test its cloaking mechanism ?
    :-)
    	> Thanks.
    	> 
    	> Bruce 
    
    	Could you explain to me what the cloaking mechanism on the ISS is?
    	Thanks in advance for any help.
    	Tom  Gr8lkr@aol.com
    
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