Quixotic Quantum Quandary

Q³: Easy-Peasy


Turned out, last week I took it way too easy on you all! Despite the fact that I had never seen such a strobe before, there were indeed those among the readers here that were and are intimately familiar. The first one to throw out the right answer was Batshitbox, who got it, well, right off the bat! 1000 internets to you, good sir! This week you all get but only one picture, but I still have faith!

And remember, if you happen to have access to any oddball sort of tech related items, or just a blurry camera and an eye for weird photo angles, please don’t hesitate to send your ideas in! Simply email HycoSpeed@gmail.com and throw Q³ in the subject line and I’ll get right on it!

  • Bill Jones

    Looks like the business (exhaust) end of a turbine engine. Maybe afterburner cowling?

  • sawer-massey

    Tank tracks, more specifically the drive gear for the track.

  • CopterBob

    Innards of an F-4 Phantom exhaust nozzle? Don't recall the engine type, too lazy to look.

  • Slow_Joe_Crow

    A close up of the actuators for a variable geometry jet exhaust but I couldn't tell you which engine or aircraft.

  • Ramon Z

    Clutch actuator on the main drive of the Millennium Falcon

  • texlenin

    Drop-door actuators for a seed drill? Air-lock valves for the men’s room on the Enterprise??

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