The little circle with a dot in the center hanging from a verticle line shows where the bomb will hit if released as your dive angle gets steeper the dot moves to the center of your hud which is illustrated in this photo. releasing a bomb at a 90 degree angle means the bomb is mainly moving vertically with wind affecting sideways and forward movement. The above photo is taken from an A-10 simulator- Digital Combat Simulator if you want to check it out. What is happening is the pipper is sitting on the HUD and you place it over the target you want to hit, hold down the trigger and once your plane is in the right spot it will release your bombs . Then we have this mode which is the ccrp proper. The circle with the line through it shows if you are lined up correctly and the little box at the bottom is the target- this mode requires you to have a sensor locked on the target. I’ve done the manta ray night dives a couple dozen times off the Kona coast on the Big Island of Hawaii, it’s still easily one of my favorite dives in the world. If you’re really interested in learning more about the mantas, go to Jack’s Diving Locker and take Keller Laros’s manta specialty course. He’s now even more famous as the guy who helped a dolphin get unhooked on video a few months back, but for many years he’s co-run a manta research foundation and his specialty is an amazing wealth of knowledge and there are very few people as knowledgeable about mantas as he is.
But, a fin-full of hot water from your outboard telltale poured into your gloves or damp-from-the-last-dive hood is very welcoming, and if you’re unfortunate enough to be diving in cold water in a wetsuit, the same down your neck seal will soften the shock of entry. Data science is the field and machine learning is the tool used by practitioners in the field. I’d say that to dive into data science using machine learning methods, it is necessary to gain practical experience solving problems. One good way to gain this experience is to do public data hacking, i.e. using data sets made available through open data repositories at the local, state and federal government level. Pick an area for which you’re passionate, and then try to solve some real-life problems or answer important questions. Once you’re done, try to get some local press that highlights your work. This will make some good resume material especially when you go out trying to find employment in an industry related to the public data hacking work you completed. Whale sharks displace a lot of water due to their massive size. There just aren’t a lot of fish hanging out near them, probably because they don’t want to get sucked in. They also hang out not exactly close to the shore. Once you get 15-20 minutes out into the sea, it’s pretty much a crapshoot if you see anything at all. Any instances of finding a whale shark, sunfish, AND manta ray would happen entirely by luck. I believe that manta rays also tend to be more active during dusk/night, whereas the other two can be seen during the day.