It's Hump Day Heat time at Defined Sight


Today is Wednesday and it's a special hump day as Mr. ATM is flying high on the back of Defined Sight. Read more to check out my new animation and what's sizzling on the hump day at Defined Sight.



Well, it's Thursday now and we need to bring our dividend shuttle and the jet safely back to earth.

The challenge is we don't have any heat shield on the plane, so we have to count on Mr. Defined Sight's piloting skills to pull those S-Maneuvers perfectly to protect Mr. ATM's dividend airplane from turning into a pile of ash during re-entry.

But before we can start the re-entry process, we need to do the safety check on the thermal tiles underneath the shuttle. We don't want to burnout during re-entry process.

To do the check we have to do a full 360 degree flip, so our friends Tom and Stockles at the space stations dividendsdiversify.com and Stockles.com can look at the underbelly of the shuttle to make sure all the dividend tiles are intact. They are experts in accounting and risk analysis.

Performing back flip to check the thermal tiles

Once we hear all clear from our friends and other readers in the comment section, we will start the re-entry process. I would like to get this thing landed before it's time for my next week's post. Also, don't forget to visit definedsight.com for the hump day post. Thanks!

Update 4/20/18:  

As of 10:58 PST, we have safely landed the shuttle.

Though, it seems we may have entered a Space-Time tunnel during our re-entry process.

Who entered the re-entry coordinates? Maybe Daze screwed things up? It's awfully shaky.

In any case, we don't know where we are, but it sure feels like we are Back to the Future!


In case you are curious, it took 88 frames to do the shuttle and earth animation. It's like knitting a sweater, slow and tedious but a good activity if you have time and lots of patience:


Have spent several days on this adventure post. Now, I need a vacation!

Comments

  1. Mr. ATM - this is awesome! 👏🏻🤗🎉

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    1. Glad you liked it Mrs. DS and welcome to my blog 🙂

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    2. I had to come back finally when I'm on a computer! It's hard commenting on my phone so normally I creep from a distance! Very impressive Mr. ATM! I also received a notification from Twitter....what are you guys up to now?! :)

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    3. Just staying out of trouble for now and focusing on portfolio and the market. It’s crazy out there 😳

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  2. I had to come back again just to see it one more time tonight. So darn cool!

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    1. Come back as many times as you like. I’m going to keep it as my top post till the next hump day 🙂

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  3. I didn't know you could execute an in flight barrel roll in a rig like that. Very impressive. Tom

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    1. Zero gravity and no friction makes it easy to do the roll in an orbital flight. Now, re-entry would be a challenge as there is hardly any heat shield on the airplane. Will need special S maneuvers on a re-entry. Calling NASA for help 🤢

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  4. Just got back to the station and can report at we had a slight issue with a malfunction casued by other human errors (A guy called Dividend Daze had somehow managed to leave a burger inside the Engine Fuel System Component (Fuel Heater), but it's okey now. No drama and my risk assessment tells me you're good to go!

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    1. Daze is supposed to be studying hard to become a future dividend shuttle pilot. Will check with him later.

      Thanks for the risk assessment and all clear.

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    2. Haha funny Stockles. But you know I wouldn't let a burger out of my sight. We have a better chance of me "misplacing" my books in there and hope they catch fire. Or is that not the way to reach FIRE? jk.

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  5. Lol, love the defined sight dividend shuttle! What do you use to make the animations?

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    1. Thanks, I use multiple tools like Power Point, Paint, and GIF Maker to do the animation. It's a very tedious process as I do it the old fashion way by building each frame individually with slight modifications and then putting them together to create an animation. Also it's very hard to fix errors as a single mismatch in the frame can cause me to having to redo multiple or some times all the frames.

      May be at some point if my interest grows in animation, I may look into buying a real animation software which would allow me to animate each object individually rather than by frame. But for now, I get by with what I have ;)

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  6. Great stuff Mr. ATM, love the interaction here in the comments :)

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    1. Thanks Mr. Robot. Next time I may have to incorporate your Robot skills on the shuttle ;)

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    2. It could.........transform! :-)

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