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Post A rule of thumb question
Hi,

I have a question regarding S6.

When a team of viewers are blind to the target and a viewer decides they want to do an S6 what would be the prompt if any that they should use?

As an example; if I am the PM I know what the target is. I may know its relative size, dimensions, etc. But the viewers do not have that information, though they may have some perceptual data that indicates size. But if they are executing a session for a target that is hundreds of feet in size or lightyears across and decide to do an S6 with a prompt: From 35 feet above the target SSBV...... well it doesn't quite make sense to do that does it?

So what would be a good rule of thumb if a viewer decides to do an S6 and is totally blind to the target?

Perhaps, just write S6 at the top of the page and begin to draw?

thanks,

Mike

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Post Re: A rule of thumb question
This is not strictly a S6. It is a target geometry. Because of the inherent problem you stated, we use this kind of prompt:

"From two target diameters north of the target, SSBV"

Doesn't matter whether the diameter exists as angstroms or parsecs.

Problem avoided.

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Post Re: A rule of thumb question
Excellent!!! Thanks Ed.

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Post Re: A rule of thumb question
I'll cover the subject of target geometries in much greater detail during the fall RV workshops.

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