Sunday, October 8, 2017

Deception Point.

Dan Brown holds a special place in the in NASA affair It is a pleasure to report that, his book lives up to his reputation as a writer whose research and talent make his stories exciting NASA’s spending and move space exploration into the private sector.
We underline embarrassment of 1996, when the Clinton administration was informed by NASA that proof existed of life on other planets from a series of embarrassing blunders that have jeopardized NASA’s slipping reputation, the question arises in this book: Is the meteor real or a fake? also done his research, folding in sophisticated scientific and military details as Milne Ice Shelf , a fragment of the former Ellesmere Ice Shelf, is located in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is the second largest ice shelf in the Arctic Ocean. Situated on the north-west coast of Ellesmere Island, it is located about 270 km (170 mi) west of Alert, Nunavut.
In 1986, the ice shelf had an area of about 290 square kilometers, with a central thickness of 100 meters.
It was one of the settings of Dan Brown’s book Deception Point.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

1996 to 2018 wall street lose value as market up without gain

1996 to 2018 wall street lose value as market up without gain. Value With a possible economic recovery at the centre of public debate, we continue to see the effects of the financial crisis not only in high unemployment and tumbling home values, but also in our national psyche. When we start with the wrong question, no matter how good an answer we get, it won’t give us the results we want.

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Structure of Lagrange points

Louis Lagrange mathematician and astronomer. He made significant contributions to the fields of analysis, number theory
Structure of Lagrange points
There are five Lagrange points around major bodies such as a planet or a star. Three of them lie along the line connecting the two large bodies. In the Earth-sun system, for example, the first point, L1, lies between Earth and the sun at about 1 million miles from Earth. L1 gets an uninterrupted view of the sun, and is currently occupied by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the Deep Space Climate Observatory.
L2 also lies a million miles from Earth, but in the opposite direction of the sun. At this point, with the Earth, moon and sun behind it, a spacecraft can get a clear view of deep space.
The James Webb Space Telescope will move into this points so after many problem data not possible for the moment
Lagrange point, L3, lies behind the sun, opposite Earth’s orbit. For now, science has not found a use for this spot
NASA is unlikely to find any use for the L3 point since it remains hidden behind the Sun at all times. The idea of a hidden “Planet-X” at the L3 point has been a popular topic in science fiction writing. The instability of Planet X’s orbit (on a time scale of 150 years) didn’t stop Hollywood from turning out classics like The Man from Planet X.
The L4 and L5 points are home to stable orbits so long as the mass ratio between the two large masses exceeds 24.96. This condition is satisfied for both the Earth-Sun and Earth-Moon systems, and for many other pairs of bodies in the solar system. Objects found orbiting at the L4 and L5 points are often called Trojans after the three large asteroids Agamemnon, Achilles and Hector that orbit in the L4 and L5 points of the Jupiter-Sun system.
There are hundreds of Trojan Asteroids in the solar system. Most orbit with Jupiter, but others orbit with Mars. In addition, several of Saturn’s moons have Trojan companions. In 1956 the Polish astronomer Kordylewski discovered large concentrations of dust at the Trojan points of the Earth-Moon system.
sat tech when a satellite parked at L4 or L5 starts to roll off the hill it picks up speed. At this point the Coriolis force comes into play – the same force that causes hurricanes to spin up on the earth – and sends the satellite into a stable orbit around the Lagrange point.
L1, L2 and L3 are all unstable points with precarious equilibrium. If a spacecraft at L3 drifted toward or away from Earth, it would fall irreversibly toward the sun or Earth, “like a barely balanced cart atop a steep hill,” according to astronomer Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Spacecraft must make slight adjustments to maintain their orbits

Sunday, September 24, 2017

NASA Herschel Week, highlighting

significant NASA Herschel Week, highlighting

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Study confirms cosmic rays have extragalactic phenomena

Study confirms cosmic rays have extragalactic originate from “extremely violent” astrophysical phenomena, to settle a decades-old debate, Pierre Auger Observatory comprises 1600 Cherenkov particle detectors that are spread over 3000 km2 in Argentina. Multiple detectors gives the direction of the cosmic ray arrival rate of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays is about 6% greater in one half of the sky that is more of excess that lies about 120° away from the centre of the Milky Way – suggesting extra-galactic origins particles appear to be coming from directions in space that have a high density of nearby galaxies. 

 In a paper to be published in Science on 22 September , the Pierre Auger Collaboration reports observational evidence demonstrating that cosmic rays with energies a million times greater than that of the protons accelerated in the Large Hadron Collide

Thursday, September 21, 2017

binary stars nibiru not visible for modern astronomy

Close to our Sun and within its gravitational as binary stars Nibiru is playing with our Sun it is capable of producing huge solar flares as the magnetic energy builds up
that binary stars nibiru not visible for modern astronomy.
Solar Wind twice the average
planetary by tonynetone
FUKUSHIMA, Japan a magnitude 6.1 EARTHQUAKE struck off coast

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

September equinox

Ready for autumn? The first day of autumn is September 22 September equinox—is the astronomical start of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere.