Obsessed with Rocketry
TRF Lifetime Supporter
- Jan 24, 2009
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- Glennville, GA
Short is in the eye of the beholder and not well studies. It appears to last minutes to a half-hour depending on the surface.I wouldn’t be surprised to see an ele
I understand. i was thinking that the launch organizers could have a few of these for people to use. One of the Kindles is even waterproof so it could easily be disinfected between uses.
Regardless, I don’t think that every place will switch to electronic flight cards anytime soon. We do have to adapt to the potential problem of transferring viruses through the use of paper flight cards. How do we avoid that?
I thought I read that in direct sunlight the Coronavirus virus lives for a very short time. What about a quicker solution that involves placing the paper flight cards onto a conveyor that passes them through UV-c and possibly a disinfectant mist or ozone before dumping them at the LCO desk?