A stupid question from the "newbie"

Bikeman (Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein)
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Yes, exactly, that's the spin

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Yes, exactly, that's the spin frequency.

http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/radiopulsar/html/discovery_page/docs/IMG_0601.jpg

P.S.: BTW, here's a contest: The physicists have hidden a gaming console in their computer center. Can you find it ?

P.P.S.: Ok, actually it's used for serious stuff and runs Linux :-)

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Maybe a Playstation 3. Is it

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Maybe a Playstation 3. Is it in the lower part of the picture?
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Looks like an XBox.

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Looks like an XBox.

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Sorry, zero points :-) It

Sorry, zero points :-)

It is a Playstation 3, obviously an older model with 4 USB ports. If you look real close, you'll see it in the center of the image, left of Benjamin Knispel's neck, in rack slots 31 and 32 above the Apple servers. The black "piano finsh" surface is causing a reflection of the flash light.

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