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allan
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immediate will not survive, weak might
      #69936 - Wed Aug 09 2006 08:42 PM

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Ack, I had been viewing a very nice IR loop of the caribbean in the school library and now I can't find the website. It's been driving me nuts.


The IR loop had 30 frames spaced 15 minutes apart with tiny green boxes above the loop image box representing each frame and there was the option to remove any particular frame by clicking on corresponding box. I think it was a government website. Any idea what I could be talking about?


Stumped,
Gene




Hey thats ok man.. I think this is what you were talking about
http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/tc-bin/tc_hom...mp;STYLE=tables
Hope that helps you May not look so good now but tommorrow there could be a blow up. Anything can happen at this point. Just watch it for now...

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