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April's Lunar Eclipse Followup

To follow up on my previous post… for Monday night’s eclipse, I was out at my observatory where I had some thin clouds going by, but overall, it was a nice eclipse with   the moon going dark enough to see a lot of stars come out.   100 more words

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Pin Muxing: Using the NMI Pin as GPIO Pin

Many modern microcontroller have a cool feature: Pin Muxing. What it means is that I can ‘mux’ the pins for different purposes: such as I can use a SPI or I2C pin as GPIO (General Purpose Pin) or vice versa. 457 more words

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Creating New Eclipse Debug Configuration

Eclipse is very powerful. To the point that you can do the same thing in multiple ways. I’m always learning new things, and recently I discovered a new way how to create a new launch or debug configuration. 88 more words

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FULL MOON LUNAR ECLIPSE TONIGHT! OH SHIFT!

“A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly behind the Earth into its umbra (shadow). This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned exactly, or very closely so, with the Earth in the middle. 498 more words

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Lunar Eclipse on Monday night (14 Apr) / Tuesday morning

Just a reminder that a lunar eclipse will be happening starting around 11PM PDT (8PM for Hawaii). The entire eclipse is visible for most of the U.S. 154 more words

Astronomy

Processor Expert (Driver Suite/Plugins/KDS) V10.4 with new Component Inspector

There has been a lot of new Freescale releases recently around FTF, and I’m trying to catch up. For me as a Processor Expert Lover, it is good news that there is now the new version 10.4 available. 661 more words

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GNU Additional Tools: Create Flash Image, Print Size and Extended Listing Options

One question I have been asked several times here at FTF:

“How can I create an S19/Motorola S-Record with Eclipse?”

The answer depends on which Eclipse you are using.

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