broadcasting antenna

whaleshork  asked:

the link to my classpect hcs is on that mobstuck art u reblogged that shows who the space player is. and yes. they have frogs. and i havent figured out their lands yet. but i have the sessions planned out and theyre messy but they exist! i have an entire mobstuck tag actually (on my mp100 sideblog terusmom) but yeah. i. love this au to death and have spent a lot of time on it. maybe one day ill actually do something with it lol

ah i see i see! are you keeping the ‘knight helps out with genesis frog’ thing?

tome and her reluctant sidekicks tenga and ritsu, catching amphibians in the land of…. waves and frogs?

this is a test for emergency broadcast system

camera: fujica auto-7 date

film: fujiccolor c200

location: manila

The Star-Helix Rainbow Antenna: with microwave helical design - JFD’s star television antenna of 1955.

The ‘Star-Helix’ design makes the antenna extremely sensitive to signals coming from the front. ‘Ghosts’ are ‘blocked out’ because unwanted signals coming from the side or back are eliminated.

Sputnik 1  was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on October 4, 1957. It was a 58 cm (23 in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses. It was visible all around the Earth and its radio pulses were detectable. This surprise success precipitated the AmericanSputnik crisis and triggered the Space Race, a part of the larger Cold War. The launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments. 

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I’m a bit emotional about the revival tonight and I started thinking about Kim Manners and more widely about the people who worked on the X-Files and the fans who sadly passed away, either during the original run or more recently.

As frustrating as some of the news around this revival can be, I would give a lot for everyone who loved the show to be here with us today. When I will watch The X-Files Season 10 on January 24, I’ll be thinking about them, and even if I don’t really believe in after-life/God/etc. I really hope they could be watching with us, maybe through a bleeping UFO/paranormal antenna broadcasting it from outer space.

I just wanted to say that we haven’t forgotten you, Philes.