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• ### Change the course of Destiny! Defeat Sartorius and his...satellite? (Yu-Gi-Oh!)

Just some more on the GX season 2 finale that duble didn't do.

Sartorius hijacks a satellite and fires it at Glow Neos and Hassleberry. Neos dodges it, and it hits the moon.

The moon's diameter there is 290px. forgot to label it, but whatever.

2atan(tan(70/2)*(4/3))=86.067076523132

2atan(290/(1067/tan(86.067076523132/2)))=28.47613209132

Plug that into the angsize calculator with the diameter of the moon and we get a distance of 6847 km.

We see the beam kick up a debris cloud on the moon 15 frames after it passed perspective, and my episodes run at a frame rate of 29 fps.

6847000/(15/29)=13237533.33m/s

Neos, while fading and pushing Hassleberry, dodges that from about melee distance. But there's also Dino Hassleberry reacting to it from a distance.

Glow Neos is taller than your average dude, but not too much taller than 15 to 16-year-old Jaden. I'll use 1.8 meters, then.

(1.8/369)297.4=1.451m

(1.451/69.57)307.27=6.4m

(1.451/69.57)214.26=4.47m

2atan(520.24/(800/tan(86.067076523132/2)))=62.526103556978

d=3.6813m

6.4-3.6813=2.7187m

Hassleberry reacts to it from at least this far away, so...

13237533.33/2.7187=4869067.3226m/s