Beach Day by Rodger Bliss
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Circuit Overload

In the early 1960’s, NASA was sending electronic gear into outer space on unmanned missions. They’d already sent a guy into space but they wanted to make sure that if they were going to send people up for longer flights, that they had a chance of surviving. NASA sent this electronic gear up to test a variety of things like radiation exposure, and so on.

The equipment kept failing, but they couldn’t figure out why. Finally, someone determined that the circuits were overheating, so they installed a fan to cool off the devices.

But the problems persisted. Why?

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3 guesses to Circuit Overload


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  • Eric Michaels

    Because there is no atmosphere in space thus no wind

  • Dude

    Correct, Eric Michaels.

    You are today’s winner.

  • Atish

    no air to blow -__-