[QUOTE=Saquist;1278294]See that's exactly how I was thinking. I couldn't think what that rear seat could have possibly have been for on that design except for a gunnery position so I just figured it came with the whole Tow cable thing. But the speed does look very civilan patrol oriented and low budget. [/quote]
The non militarized version the seat faces forward, in the refitting the seat is turned around becuase they need the room to mount the targeting gear and controls. Is that really so hard to understand.
[QUOTE]I thought that was intresting.
[B]Oh, so you admit to being a liar and a fraud, alright, nice shot by the way completely ignoring the fact that as we all plainly saw in the movie that the shot that took down the fighter came from the OTHER side of the hangar.[/B]
Whatever gets you through the day.
I just reviewed the movie. You're wrong again. The shots came from the left side of hanger.
[B]That's Three Times a Liar.[/B] And it came from the Tank.
stinks doesn't it when you're caught red handed.[/QUOTE]
You say now that the shots came from the left side of the hangar, right? This is of course as we are over and behind the hangar. The problem is that in the shot you show the Tanks are on the RIGHT side of the hangar from that perspective. Yeah I admit I got caught red handed telling the truth.
[QUOTE]This terminally destroys the Megaton theory and any need for calculations.
Since Trek is a matter of on screen statements concerning Megatons...It looks like the Galaxy Class could take multiple ISD's.[/QUOTE]
Oh you wish see, those are fighters, you know virtually useless on their own versus ISD's. Besides we have scenes from LATER IN THE TIMELINE of Star Destroyers using their Turbolasers to vaporize asteroids. One shot per asteroid which must have taken thousands of times the energy that scrambled the shields of the Enterprise D. Later in the same movie we see the Millenium Falcon take two of these bolts before Han was worried. In ROTJ Mon Cal and ISD stood point blanks sending hundreds of theses blasts back and forth before ships were destroyed.