I'm surprised they didn't have some kind of coolant media they could vent across exchangers to dump heat - you wouldn't need to carry very much, and you (generally...) only launch once on a mission.
AFAIK the coolants that would be used in that setting would be highly radioactive and/or toxic or extraordinarily hot - think "primary loop" reactor coolant. What the ISS is having problems with is more like the water cooling stuff in your car or PC (if you've a water-cooled CPU/GPU)
Yes. The electronics getting hot and shutting off will, for no apparent reason, expend significant amounts of delta-v, deorbiting the station.
Who is "we?"
If you can feed in a seed and get the same output reliably, it's not a RNG, but a PRNG.
If you're using
I'm not talking about the 'chacha' part, but rather the '@openssh.com' part.
It worked, didn't it?
Well, sure. For a very, very short amount of time.
Huh? Where was that implied?
The parent of this thread didn't either, they paid for a legitimate copy upon finding out that they had a pirated copy. The developer responded by giving them some nice swag, instead of banning and/or lawyering up as one might expect these days.
Also, why are you responding to something I said in a post I didn't say it in? I assume slashdot's threading is to blame.
I'm talking about "email@example.com" rather than the chacha20 or poly1305 parts
Why would you name an algorithm after what appears to be a support email address?
AT&T is pretty well used to this by now...
Then you were not one of the honest ones, you were one of the ones who's existence I implied with "mostly."