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September 7, 2016

The creation thin layers of rocks originated from amplitudes between day and night temperatures that allow CO2 freezesand creates a crust which covers the sand. This is the main cause why I do not read off the presence of H2O at defrost core in the morning.

Mars rover Curiosity views spectacular layered rock formations
September 10, 2016

"Studying these buttes up close has given us a better understanding of ancient sand dunes that formed and were buried, chemically changed by groundwater, exhumed and eroded to form the landscape that we see today," Vasavada said.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-09-mars-rover-curiosity-views-spectacular.html#jCp


September 7, 2016

The article does not extend beyond the scientific frameworks, it is a big improvement. Titan should not be viewed as a classic solid body ("These mountainous areas appear to be the oldest terrains on Titan, probably remnants of the icy crust before it was covered by organic sediments from the atmosphere,"), already the body that "works" as result we have a process resembling tectonic plates (is not about tectonics).

Titan's dunes and other features emerge in new images
September 7, 2016

"These mountainous areas appear to be the oldest terrains on Titan, probably remnants of the icy crust before it was covered by organic sediments from the atmosphere," said Rosaly Lopes, a Cassini radar team member at JPL. "Hiking in these rugged landscapes would likely be similar to hiking in the Badlands of South Dakota."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-09-titan-dunes-features-emerge-images.html#jCp


September 7, 2016

"They're fascinating it astronomers for a variety of reasons, mostly because they can serve as a bridge between stars and planets .."

The conclusions should have been properly copied from the picture book (for a younger age), "The universe is rotating, after all," http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#1b.

The figure should correctly make ranking of (first planet ..) the same as in the picture book.

Article (arxiv.org/abs/1607.06117) has finally given appropriate attention to this matter.

Brown dwarfs hiding in plain sight in our solar neighborhood
September 6, 2016

Brown dwarfs are sometimes called failed stars. They are too small to sustain the hydrogen fusion process that powers stars, so after forming they slowly cool, contract, and dim over time. Their temperatures can range from nearly as hot as a star to as cool as a planet and their masses also range between star-like and giant-planet-like.

They're fascinating to astronomers for a variety of reasons, mostly because they can serve as a bridge between stars and planets and how the former influences the latter, particular when it comes to composition and atmospheric properties. But much about them remains unknown.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-09-brown-dwarfs-plain-sight-solar.html#jCp


Aug 31, 2016

"After that, a few hundred million years passed before these atoms could assemble and eventually give rise to the Universe's first generation of stars."

If the particles are traveling 270,000 km / sec to the outside, how these gather?

"Why telescopes lie?" http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#2b

@Azrael
You claim that telescopes lie? What is the object farther speeds are higher at 13 billion ly are (official science) 270,000 km / sec.
You claim that not so?

@RNP
About these mostly evidence. If you know to the contrary, pretty please evidence.

"By observing the celestial objects the astronomers found out that the red spectral shift increases with the distance, i.e., the object increase the distance from us faster and faster."
True or false?
"..the Speed is also increasing, therefore the most distant objects - more than 13 billion light-years of away - increase their distance by the speed of 270,000 km / sec.,"
True or false?
Your truth is ...?

It is only a negation, not a confirmation of your claims.
A little wider on (my article): "Where did the blue spectral shift inside the universe come from?" http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#4b

I hope that now you understand my first comentar.
If the material travels from center towards the outside of 270,000 km / sec how come to gatherings and the new "Where did the blue spectral shift inside the universe come from?" like and why they are more distant (or older according to your claim) galaxy faster than the closer? Where is here Big Bang?

@ RNP
Adherents of (fanatical) Big Bang and you claim that you can see past the Universe to close singularities. Correctly? How do you manage to see a single point of making observations in all directions within a single volume? The theory says that today is the fastest (270,000 km / sec) expansion of the universe, although measurements show that this is happening at 13 or more billion ly (at the beginning of the Big Bang). When you lie, in the first or second case or you are completely miss the point? Where is that singularity?" http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#7b miss target

First stars formed even later than previously thought
August 31, 2016

With the multitude of stars and galaxies that populate the present Universe, it's hard to imagine how different our 13.8 billion year cosmos was when it was only a few seconds old. At that early phase, it was a hot, dense primordial soup of particles, mostly electrons, protons, neutrinos, and photons – the particles of light.

In such a dense environment the Universe appeared like an 'opaque' fog, as light particles could not travel any significant distance before colliding with electrons.

As the cosmos expanded, the Universe grew cooler and more rarefied and, after about 380 000 years, finally became 'transparent'. By then, particle collisions were extremely sporadic and photons could travel freely across the cosmos.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-08-stars-previously-thought.html#jCp

 

22. kolovoz 2016

Neka mjerenja su u krivu. Kelt-12 na masi i radijusu od crvene zvijezde i brzini orbiti planeta je najmanje bijela zvijezda ona je očita kontradikcija fizika tijela u svemiru. 
Sporiji rotacija planeta daje u istom masom većom . radijus iako gustoću utvrdi točan (znatno više) 
Postoje plinoviti planeti već čvrsto tijelo s impresivnom ambijentu (H2 i drugi plinovi su ispod 0,0.g / cm3; 1,326 Jupiter, Neptun 1,638 g / cm3).

One of the most inflated giant planets discovered
August 22, 2016 by Tomasz Nowakowski

A giant exoworld that expands in size when its parent star is at the end of its life is called "inflated." This inflation process is very often seen in the so-called "hot Jupiters"—gas giant planets similar in characteristics to the solar system's biggest planet, with orbital periods of less than 10 days. They have high surface temperatures as they orbit their parent stars very closely. The newly discovered KELT-12b is another great example of an inflated "hot Jupiter."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-08-inflated-giant-planets.html#jCp


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Apr 15, 2016

"Cosmic dust is produced when stars die, but with the vast range of types of stars in the universe, we naturally expected to encounter a huge range of dust types over the long period of our study,"

That is the claim incorrect to look at the forum discussion on this topic: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum

Saturn spacecraft samples interstellar dust
April 14, 2016 by Preston Dyches

Saturn Spacecraft Samples Interstellar Dust Of the millions of dust grains Cassini has sampled at Saturn, a few dozen appear to have come from beyond our solar system. Scientists believe these special grains have interstellar origins because they moved much faster and in different directions compared to dusty material native to Saturn. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-04-saturn-spacecraft-samples-interstellar.html#jCp

 

Apr 11, 2016

"For these planets it is like standing next to a hairdryer turned up to its hottest setting. There has been much theoretical speculation that such planets might be stripped of their atmospheres. "

Mercury, the Moon, Mars / Venus, Earth. Hairdryer sometime works, but not in the order.

Here it is argued that it used and Mercury was the size of Jupiter.

We forget the fact that in the space between the body there are particles of gas, the dust ...and that ionization comes from the collision radiation from particles.

Stars that lose their mass would be only a small star. In the Universe and the laws of physics matter is attracted to both body and grow.

Hot super-Earths stripped by host stars: 'Cooked' planets shrink due to radiation
April 11, 2016

Hot super-Earths stripped by host stars: 'Cooked' planets shrink due to radiation Planet being stripped by host star's heat. Credit: Peter Devine

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-04-hot-super-earths-host-stars-cooked


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February 10, 2016

"Reflection nebula, like the one spawned by MD 97300, merely scatter starlight back out into space."
A trifle which Everyone forgets. Gas and dust do not light and are not hot and does not create hot objects.

Jeffhans1
I assume you are either being sarcastic, or just completely unfamiliar with plasma and ionization of matter. Those neon signs are clearly just faking the light you see.

wduckss
The difference is is between static and processes. From the point of creation is observed (incorrectly) collapse static gas, due to (nonexistent) gravity.
For the generation of plasma must be a laser or microwave generator or an already established source. Gas as the gas is very cold or maybe doing gymnastic for heating.

A star's moment in the spotlight
February 10, 2016


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wduckss Nov 20, 2015

Big Bang cross out, introduce the rotation of the universe and the problems disappearing.
When rotation of the Universe the galaxies are formed similarly in the whole volume. The galaxies are composed of stars that give luster which register instruments.
The problem is, it's a little math and it is not complicated.

Early galaxies more efficient at making stars, Hubble survey reveals

November 19, 2015

Early galaxies more efficient at making stars, Hubble survey reveals

This image shows a region of the CANDELS GOODS-South field, which is one of the fields used in this study. This image combines data taken from Hubble Space Telescope's optical and near-infrared cameras, and contains galaxies at a range of distances. The larger galaxies are relatively close by, while the smallest specks hail from the earlier universe.  Some of the smallest dots in this image are those used in this study; their light is coming from 0.5 to 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang. Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Koekemoer and the CANDELS science team

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-early-galaxies-efficient-stars-hubble.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 19, 2015

Transit star (from planets in the star).
Nevertheless following the rules. Quick rotation of the outer layer and the slower rotation of the inner provide a strong magnetic field.
Thus rapid rotation should be for consequence, have rings.
This type of (not) star yet to be explored. They are significantly different of the same the body that are not the central body.
It will be many novelties.


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wduckss Nov 20, 2015

Whydening Gyre
"That - or I'm gonna have to start taking Alzheimers meds...."

Regulation of growth of the body, and the speed of rotation of the body about the axis. "Generally: the larger the object, the older it is. When it grows up to 10% of the Sun's mass, it loses its crust and becomes a solar object, a star ..." From: http: //www.svemir -ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html#growth1
Fast rotation and a significant proportion of complex elements (to a relatively low temperature) = strong magnetic field.


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Cool, dim dwarf star is magnetic powerhouse
November 19, 2015
Cool, dim dwarf star is magnetic powerhouse

Artist impression of red dwarf star TVLM 513-46546. ALMA observations suggest that it has an amazingly powerful magnetic field, potentially associated with a flurry of solar-flare-like eruptions. Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF; Dana Berry / SkyWorks

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-cool-dim-dwarf-star-magnetic.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 19, 2015

The modest data suggest that it is not about galaxy, already star cluster, where the stars in the center of is spinning slower than outer stars. Object size does not indicate the existence of a central body.

Dark matter dominates in nearby dwarf galaxy
November 18, 2015 by Lori Dajose

Dark matter dominates in nearby dwarf galaxy

Dwarf galaxies have few stars but lots of dark matter. This Caltech FIRE (Feedback in Realistic Environments) simulation from shows the predicted distribution of stars (left) and dark matter (right) around a galaxy like the Milky Way. The red circle shows a dwarf galaxy like Triangulum II. Although it has a lot of dark matter, it has very few stars. Dark matter-dominated galaxies like Triangulum II are excellent prospects for detecting the gamma-ray signal from dark matter self-annihilation. Credit: A. Wetzel and P. Hopkins, Caltech

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-dark-dominates-nearby-dwarf-galaxy.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 17, 2015

Should first indicate, mass, radius, and temperature before performing any the conclusion.
From the general rules of life star (WD) this star will live a long time. First, she is a dwarf and the young star, the other red stars are less likely to explode (cyclones are on the poles shallower and slower). If there is a slowing down of rotation, there must be a lowering of temperature. Lower temperatures (especially in younger star) means more complex elements.
Above all the data first.

 

GSwift7 Nov 17, 2015

Yeah, it's not a dwarf, but I'm not sure if wduckss really has a clue what that article was talking about anyway. It's not a young star either, and I have no idea what he meant by all that lower temperature and complex elements stuff. I'm kinda torn between wondering about the intent of his comment and translation problems in it.

I'll at least agree with him about his final comment, as I interpret it: Data is the king.

 

wduckss Nov 18, 2015

In each article should specify more data, less speculation.
Red stars = lower temperatures (up to 5000 ° K). Height temperature is directly related to the presence higher elements. Lower temperatures = more higher elements (temperature decomposes more elements in the lower, naturally, without radiation, without fission).
The difference between the S and C stars (giant) is the speed of rotation around the axis (which pulls the the other data, larger the radius, a lower surface gravity ...) See: http: //www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation .html # causal relation The relation between a star and its temperature, gravity, radius and color



FineStructureConstant Nov 18, 2015

The difference between the S and C stars (giant) is the speed of rotation around the axis (which pulls the the other data, larger the radius, a lower surface gravity
- Oh boy, this guy's ducks are definitely not in a row.

And the website he links to is pure hogwash.

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wducks Nov 18, 2015

Torbjorn_Larsson_OM

Quote can anyone who knows how to read.
The attached are the data and short analysis.

You enclose any fission, without traces of radiation, combustion, regardless of the mass, a static universe, although everything rotates, ... all without proof and possibilities of proving (only copying).

Analysis is only statistics that do not lie. Mass of small, medium and giants, red stars have a low temperature, slow rotation, a low surface gravity and larger radius. At the other end of the inverted data for white (blue) stars.



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We are all stardust—carbon star LX Cygni provides insights on the chemical evolution of the universe
November 17, 2015 by Tomasz Nowakowski



We are all stardust: carbon star LX Cygni provides insights on the chemical evolution of the universe

An image of LX Cyg and its surroundings, obtained with the 80cm telescope at the University of Vienna Observatory. Credit: Stefan Uttenthaler et al./University of Vienna.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-stardustcarbon-star-lx-cygni-insights.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 13, 2015

Relation: the asteroid belt, rings around the gaseous planet, drives around some stars, discs (rings) around the center of the galaxy. The mass and speed of rotation.

Main-belt asteroid shows evidence of March collision
November 12, 2015

Main-Belt Asteroid Shows Evidence of March Collision

Four-panel image: The top three panels are three different exposures with Subaru with asteroid (493) Griseldis moving from left to right as you move from the first panel to the third one. The bottom panel shows all three exposures added together, after suppressing the galaxy that interferes with the "tail" in the first exposure; the asteroid is on the right. Credit: D. Tholen, S

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-main-belt-asteroid-evidence-collision.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 11, 2015

Question: what starts heating gas in an environment where temperatures of a few Kelvin?
The white color represents a very rapid rotation stars (http://phys.org/n...ot.html) that proportion to the mass and speed of rotation forms a smaller or larger rings.
There is no indication that this star otherwise specifically to have extreme density that does not know physics.

Asteroid ripped apart to form star's glowing ring system
November 11, 2015


Asteroid ripped apart to form star's glowing ring system

An asteroid torn apart by the strong gravity of a white dwarf has formed a ring of dust particles and debris orbiting the Earth-sized burnt out stellar core. Gas produced by collisions within the disc is detected in observations obtained over twelve years with ESO's Very Large Telescope, and reveal a narrow glowing arc. Credit: Mark Garlick/University of Warwick

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-asteroid-ripped-star.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 10, 2015

The proposal is a step backwards. General understanding of star systems today is wrong.
Depending on the distance the body of the stars, we have bodies with and without self-rotation about an axis, with the temperatures we have the body, with and without the molten core and the body completely molten which are the stars ...
The proposed suggestion is like that the variety of woods you see just a little and larger trees without naming species etc.

Nov 11, 2015


For those who are curious about prof. Margot proposition http://arxiv.org/...00v4.pdf


I have no intention to impose his opinion.
The bodies in the universe I share only according to the degree of development and the conditions their existence (there is no division into small, large, planetew, satellites, stars etc. It is only history, nostalgia ..).
Nov 11, 2015
If there is a fusion of the stars why no radiation? Earth also has melted (except crust) also no radiation.
A higher level of radiation emitted our nuclear power plants in the environment of molten body.
The body of 10% of the mass of the Sun due power compressive forces begin light or if the effect of gravity higher limit is reduced.

UCLA professor proposes simpler way to define what makes a planet
November 10, 2015
Ceres

Ceres. Credit: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Since the late 1980s, scientists have discovered nearly 5,000 planetary bodies orbiting stars other than the sun. But astronomers are still working on what exactly we should call them.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-ucla-professor-simpler-planet.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 10, 2015

Finally adopts the term ice volcanoes.
Less cold mass of ice ejected by the volcano must respect the temperature prevailing in the body (here below 200 Celsius) or for particles and molecules that "work" in these temperature (no water, ice, etc.).
Not to use the age of 4.5 billion years ago when
new insights speak about 6 x10 ^ 24 years, which is different from body to body.
Mali months on Pluto in between Hyperion because of irregular shape.
Please note: Flight addition MU69 not work below 30 parallels.
Ice volcanoes, twirling moons: Four months after Pluto flyby, New Horizons yields wealth of discovery
November 9, 2015 by Dwayne Brown

Four months after Pluto flyby, New Horizons yields wealth of discovery

Credit: NASA

From possible ice volcanoes to twirling moons, NASA's New Horizons science team is discussing more than 50 exciting discoveries about Pluto at this week's 47th Annual Meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Division for Planetary Sciences in National Harbor, Maryland.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-months-pluto-flyby-horizons-yields.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 09, 2015

In Articles generally, all escapes, only asteroids, comets and particles bombard the body in the real world.
Computers are good, but the reality is the reality.

Scientists explain why moon rocks contain fewer volatiles than Earth's
November 9, 2015

moon

This is a composite image of the lunar nearside taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in June 2009, note the presence of dark areas of maria on this side of the moon. Credit: NASA

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-scientists-moon-volatiles-earth.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 07, 2015

"The two different sets of data-cosmic rays and iron isotopes-both seem to point to the same exploding star as their source."

Indicate only that growth of matter respecting the same principles (adapted environment).
See http://www.svemir....html#6b The Creation continued on the eighth day


Observed cosmic rays may have come from two-million-year-old supernova
November 6, 2015 by Lisa Zyga

supernova cosmic rays

This illustration of the region surrounding our Solar System shows the estimated location of the two-million-year-old supernova, lying close to the galactic magnetic field, that may have been the source for some high-energy cosmic rays observed today. Credit: Michael Kachelrieß, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-cosmic-rays-two-million-year-old-supernova.html#jCp

 

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wduckssNov 07, 2015

NASA knows. It is likely Mars specific so they solar wind only present on Mars while on Venus, Earth, Jupiter, Titan ... it does not have or are manifested the opposite.

MAVEN mission reveals speed of solar wind stripping martian atmosphere
November 5, 2015

MAVEN mission reveals speed of solar wind stripping martian atmosphere

Artist’s rendering of a solar storm hitting Mars and stripping ions from the planet's upper atmosphere. Credit: NASA/GSFC


Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-maven-mission-reveals-solar-martian.html#jCp

 

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wduckss Nov 05, 2015

"Because of the rotational energy of the material in the disk and with the help of the star's magnetic fields, a portion of that material gets ejected from the star's poles, forming a pair of jets that can be seen"

New evidence that the process is the same for quasars and stars, rapid rotation of the cyclone in the center of the body.

See: Observing the quasars through rotation http://www.svemir...html#14b
Protostar growth spurts
November 4, 2015

Image release: Protostar growth spurts

Astronomers using ALMA have imaged the episodic outflow of a young protostar known as CARMA-7. The twin jets -- each nearly 2.46 trillion kilometers long -- have distinct gaps, revealing that the star is growing by fits-and-starts. Credit: Saxton (NRAO/AUI/NSF); A. Plunkett et al.; ALMA (NRAO/ESO/NAOJ)

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-protostar-growth-spurts.html#jCp

 

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wduckss

Oct 30, 2015

Always nice to see new technologies and techniques for the exploring of the universe.
Worryingly is, only, where they go to look for something (dark matter) which is 95% of the Universe? It would be logical to seek the the remaining less than 5%.
See: http://www.svemir...html#17b (Are we blind or we do not want to see the dark matter!).


wduckss The light is the product of the collision of radiation with matter, that is the reason why the universe is dark. Where no matter there is no light (radiation are ubiquitous).

wduckss The word vacuum forget. The vacuum would torn, all bodies within the universe, but it does not happen (the same is between water and air, etc.). No more types of of vacuum, just one. Vacuum replace with dark matter and energy.
The second question is what is the dark matter and which laws are related to it.
The area is unknown and ledger and old knowledge here, do not help.

Euclid: Observing the unseen
October 30, 2015 by Tomasz Nowakowski 

Euclid: Observing the Unseen

Artist's impression of the Euclid spacecraft. Credit: ESA/C. Carreau

"Euclid will observe the unseen, meaning the part of the universe that does not emit or absorb light, but we know it is there because of the global properties of the universe, its geometrical properties and its expansion rate," Giuseppe D. Racca, ESA's Euclid Project Manager told Phys.org.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-euclid-unseen.html#jCp

 

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wduckss October 22

If it is no surprise that it small body has the same guidelines like every higher body, depending on the speed of rotation around the axis of the MU69 will have smaller bodies in orbit around it.
There is a possibility of a collision at 7,770 miles, Triangle should plan above the 30th parallel.

NASA's New Horizons on new post-Pluto mission
October 22, 2015 by By Marcia Dunn

NASA's New Horizons on new post-Pluto mission

This image made available by NASA on Friday, July 24, 2015 shows a combination of images captured by the New Horizons spacecraft with enhanced colors to show differences in the composition and texture of Pluto's surface. 
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-nasa-horizons-post-pluto-mission.html#jCp

 

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wduckss October 22, 2015

Another work that looks at the stars statically, without rotation about an axis. 
All data are obtained for the Earth and its magnetic field is valid for all other bodies with a hot core. The difference make the rotation speed a certain body. 
Red Star (except the stars with low mass, where red can mean the transitional phase) has a slow rotation about an axis ... white and blue very fast rotation, and the resulting data are in direktnov connection, with speeds of rotation.
On Earth, there is no radiation, no radiation to the stars, it means no nuclear processes only simple physics.

Astronomers peer inside stars, finding giant magnets
October 22, 2015

Astronomers peer inside stars, finding giant magnets

This artist's representation of a red giant star with a strong internal magnetic field shows sound waves propagating in the stellar outer layers, while gravity waves propagate in the inner layers where a magnetic field is present.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-astronomers-peer-stars-giant-magnets.html#jCp

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wduckss Oct 21, 2015

The computer is good, but it serves no purpose if the data are, for input, illusions, instead of facts (evidence).
"The scientists incorporate a variety of physical processes in the calculations, including three that are considered particularly important for the development of the visible universe: first, the condensation of matter into stars, second, their further evolution when the surrounding matter is heated by stellar winds and supernova explosions and enriched with chemical elements, and third, the feedback of supermassive black holes that eject massive amounts of energy into the universe. "

Captain Stumpy
The computer is good, but it serves no purpose if the data are, for input, illusions, instead of facts (evidence).
wduckss perhaps you should have read the links and more information before commenting?
The Magneticum simulations are aiming to follow the formation of cosmological structures over a large range of cosmological scales by performing a set of hydrodynamical simulations of different cosmological volumes, each of them sampled with a very large number of particles providing excellent spacial resolution of the different simulations. We take many physical processes into account to allow detailed comparisons to a variety of multi-wavelength observational data.
http://www.magneticum.org/
it is based upon known physics
(and before the eu folk start in on " hydrodynamical simulations", first learn actual physics & astrophysics: http://ocw.mit.ed...ophysics )
@wduck
perhaps you should have read the links and more information before commenting? ...
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wduckss

What really, if it is foundation of the Big Bang?
You hold the physics of the ancient Greeks, I do not follow such path longer time.
Why comment if is, it (comment), copied from existing books?
Authors (articles they are trying to) give new values, how new values measured the worn hypotéza?

Captain Stumpy
You hold the physics of the ancient Greeks,
uhmmm... no
modern physics is a far cry from ancient greeks. that isn't even a good attempt at logic, let alone semi-accurate WTF?
the rest of your post is gibberish...
as for foundations?
not knowing is a part of science. it is how we learn
but that doesn't mean we will never know.

wduckss The word is about the astrophysics of the universe. There is no nor a little modern nor real.
Proto galaxy are excl stars or bright, what produces the light?
Object distances (13.8 ..) represents the age and history.
The explosion of the star creates a black hole or from residual substances produced manifold higher new stars.
All clusters of galaxies are moving in one direction, it is not known where, only that it is not outward.
Stars it is condensed at once or do not know the force that it can be done ...

Magneticum Pathfinder: Evolution of the universe in an unmatched precision
October 21, 2015

Magneticum Pathfinder: Evolution of the universe in an unmatched precision

Simulation: Klaus Dolag/LMU, magneticum.org

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-magneticum-pathfinder-evolution-universe-unmatched.html#jCp

 

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wduckss
Is already article was published here that blue stars (and white) have a very fast rotation around its axis. It is here ignores and observes the frozen image.
During, possible, merger, two bodies laterally, there is no explosion, because it is has nothing to run. Super nova arises when the body hit one of the poles of the star, where we have a cyclone and they enter deeper into the star which explodes and starts a chain reaction.
Is unlikely that this is a binary system already, it is about approaching (if?) bodies on the same trajectory and the same speeds ... 
Stars do not produce oxygen, but him decompose ...

 

Final kiss of two stars heading for catastrophe
October 21, 2015

Final kiss of 2 stars heading for catastrophe

This artist's impression shows VFTS 352 -- the hottest and most massive double star system to date where the two components are in contact and sharing material. The two stars in this extreme system lie about 160,000 light-years from Earth …

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-stars-catastrophe.html#jCp

 

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Oct 19, 2015

The migration the body may take place only in the opposite direction. Confirmation of this development we have in relation to Earth - the Moon, which is slowly moving away from the Earth.
Continuous rotation of the central body and the fields which covers gravity keeps the body in orbit.

Oct 20, 2015

it seems the researchers are trying to find a theory on typical star/planet formation by studying these objects. Considering that the most easily detectable planets are big ones close to their parent star, we might just be detecting the freak show anomalies first rather than the "normally formed star systems".

I'm not saying we shouldn't study this, but it can be a good idea not to try and find "typical" planet formation in there as we might be looking at something very untypical.

wduckss
Oct 20, 2015

The problem is, we, still, are not acquainted with our system, however talking, which is typical of the 100 billion galaxies, which have on average 100 - 200 billion stars.
Although testify everyday arrival of space material we long history of creation, we put in a million years that are not sufficient for the formation of dust grains.
Constantly talking Universe gain mass total of not giving an answer where additional material (especially how to compensates disintegrated matter from explosions of stars) ...

Discovery of two close-in exoplanet companions sheds new light on planet formation
October 19, 2015 by Wendy Wendland Bowyer

Discovery of two close-in exoplanet companions sheds new light on planet formation

Representative image of a hot Jupiter. Credit: NASA

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-discovery-close-in-exoplanet-companions-planet.html#jCp

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Oct 19, 2015

Existence the disk automatic mean existence of the body, which has established disk, and that, the disc holds together. The consequence is that the central body is always older than the bodies in orbit around it. This is confirmed by the stars that possess disk.
The disc also means that a central body in it has a very fast rotation around its axis.
If the mass of the nebula is less than 1% by weight of the star, where it comes matter the stars (99 %)?

The minimum mass of a proto-solar system disk

October 19, 2015

The minimum mass of a proto-solar system disk

An image of the young star forming region IC348 in Perseus (about 2-3 million years old) as seen by the infrared cameras onboard the Spitzer Space Telescope. Astronomers studying the birth of solar systems have found thirteen stars in this …

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-minimum-mass-proto-solar-disk.html#jCp

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Oct 17, 2015

Withhold the basic things. Research shows that they Australian zircons formed before 4404 ± 0.008 billion years ago, and the conditions which are then prevailed were cold and wet.
See discussion on:http://www.unexpl...c=286309 or https://en.wikipe...ed_rocks Oldest terrestrial material.

Oct 17, 2015
@wduckss:

I think the original claim that the _oldest_ zircon, not the youngest of course (see the article on the Vredesort ~ 3 billion year old ones), was that age. FYI Valley has since then revised that date somewhat lower, the oldest dateable zircon JH 4.4 is now ~ 4.374 billion years old. [ http://www.minsoc...1355.pdf ]
Still crust is ~ 4.4 Ga bp old (and ocean before 4.3 Ga bp), see fig. 17 in the link. That makes the Nuvvuagittuq the oldest known rock, with a 4.406 +0.014/-0.017 Ga bp age. [ http://www.resear...one_Belt ] O'Neil thinks the parent rock was _too young_ (never subducted) to have formed zircons, else you would find any. He has convinced me that his is the best explanation for the data they have. [NASA posted webinar.]

wduckss
The data on zircons I looked within the framework age of the Earth.
Air before 4.4 billion years was a cold and there was a lot of water.
Fantastic claims about 4.5 billion year and manner of emergence is now eliminated (this for some time I'm trying to explain), however, article returns old the consumed hypothesis, biblical (dreadful) origin.

Study questions dates for cataclysms on early moon, Earth
October 16, 2015

Study questions dates for cataclysms on early moon, Earth

The deformed lunar zircon at center was brought from the moon by Apollo astronauts. The fractures characteristic of meteorite impact are not seen in most lunar zircons, so the ages they record probably reflect heating by molten rock, not impact. Credit: Apollo 17/Nicholas E. Timms
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-dates-cataclysms-early-moon-earth.html#jCp

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Oct 16, 2015
Rotation satellites Nix and Hydra is not correct, but similar to irregular rotation moon Hyperion, due to "irregular" shape.
In this case, the proper rotation would mean the existence of satellites around the satellite. Not good (wrongly) to look for similarities between the satellite and the dual system (Pluto -Charon) because processes are totally different.

Oct 17, 2015
If it is existed, a glimmer of a doubt, how was created matter, the study of Pluto are removed (hot core and independent rotation).
In vain, is to look for "treasure" (for mining) on icy rocks. Only in "the short" the period of growth by a body having independent spin is rich in minerals. If does not exist laboratory that constantly works can not be expected "treasure". The roads leading still does not change the results (except for the perception of the law freezing temperatures).

New Horizons reveals Pluto's striking surface variations and unique moon rotations
October 15, 2015

New Horizons reveals Pluto's striking surface variations and unique moon rotations

This portrait of Pluto is in enhanced color, to illustrate differences in the composition and texture of Pluto's surface. Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-horizons-reveals-pluto-surface-variations.html#jCp

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Oct 14, 2015
Returners telling jokes (if it passes, it is good ..).
High temperatures decompose more complicated elements in hydrogen and helium (other elements, in trace). When temperatures melt the crust body stays hot "water." Saturn is lighter than water.

Dead comets and near-earth encounters
October 13, 2015

Dead comets and near-earth encounters

"Explore NEOs VIII: Dormant Short-Period Comets in the Near-Earth Asteroid Population," M. Mommert, A.W. Harris, M. Mueller, J.L. Hora, D.E. Trilling, W.F. Bottke, C.A. Thomas, M. Delbo, J.P. Emery, G. Fazio, and, H.A. Smith. An image of …
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-dead-comets-near-earth-encounters.html#jCp

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Oct 12, 2015
Missing universality (do not mind what constantly criticize).
The body (star) must have a universal size "when you discard the excess material). The sun does not fall in the big giant stars and can not be cracked in the final stage.
The reasons why something is happens (if it happens?) Must be for every body, equal to, if not be applied alternative form that respects the universality and creates paradoxes and colorfulness.

Oct 12, 2015

Say what?

Objections and solutions is a lot and do not belong here. See some of the published articles on: http://www.svemir...ng.html. The style of writing articles is a provocation, I want you goods entertainment.

Hubble sees an aging star wave goodbye
October 12, 2015

Hubble sees an aging star wave goodbye

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Serge Meunier
This planetary nebula is called PK 329-02.2 and is located in the constellation of Norma in the southern sky. It is also sometimes referred to as Menzel 2, or Mz 2, named after the astronomer Donald Menzel who discovered the nebula in 1922.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-hubble-aging-star-goodbye.html#jCp

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Oct 08, 2015
Since when explore Mars, everything is wrong.
She ran the water, ran the atmosphere, nothing is as on Earth. However, they will prove, by force, that is the desert the ocean, that the the atmosphere "reducing" through time (Venus, Titan, Jupiter ...).
I give all the oceans on Mars for a glass of water and one breath of air!

Oct 09, 2015
You always need to prove the universality of the claims.
Mars is smaller than Earth, but Titan is smaller than Mars. The atmosphere does not flee (not disappear) with a larger and warmer bodies, or with a smaller and colder body.
Where ice sublimates?
On Mars, the advocate the oceans, not a glass of water. Water exists (in small amounts) on some asteroids and comets, and does not flee anywhere.
The composition of the soil does not goes in favor of the existence of water nor a different atmosphere on Mars. Instead of having looking at Mars based on the evidence, we are trying it, to force, to explain through appearance of the Earth ...

Oct 09, 2015
wduckss:
Asteroids are farther away than Mars and are colder. there's something called the "Snow Line" which goes along with concepts like the "Habitable Zone". Snow Line is the point where water freezes and sublimation becomes very slow, however all Snow Line objects are in fact losing their water, they just lose it more slowly.
On Earth we find hydrated rock as inclusions in magmas from volcanoes formed on subduction zones. Curiosity is not near such a place and Mars mineralogy probably evolved through different chemical processes. Without plate tectonics, you wouldn't (necessarily) get water exposed to the right elements to make hydrated rock..it could happen in some places anyway, such as in the mantle, just from primordial water that was already included in the rock as the planet formed, but this rock would be difficult to access, and apparently would only surface via a super-plume or something similar.

Oct 10, 2015
Returners;
If something does not give long-term results, it must leave.
The bodies of growth: gas, dust, smaller body, body without hot core (all the cold). The critical size, weight (or with the effects of gravity ..) compressive forces heated center of the body ... Graduating ~ 10% of the mass of the sun bodies lose the crust becoming classical stars (with the effect of the gravitational effect of a lot less - hot Jupiter).
Mars belongs in the lower body without hot core, and is created, long-term replenished exclusively, space materials as evidenced by craters. Without active geological processes (which are directly linked to the molten interior of the body) no significant atmosphere, nor the essential amount of water ...

Wet paleoclimate of Mars revealed by ancient lakes at Gale Crater
October 8, 2015 by Rod Pyle

Mokri Paleoklimatolo Marsa otkrio drevne jezera na Gale krater

A view from the Kimberley formation looking south. The strata in the foreground dip towards the base of Mount Sharp, indicating the ancient depression that existed before the larger bulk of the mountain formed. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-paleoclimate-mars-revealed-ancient-lakes.html#jCp

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Oct 08, 2015
Another perfect example. There are a central body (star) and the body in emerging from the surrounding material. Age body in one system is different, the central body is always older (and bigger).
And in our system (and in galaxies ...) body by the end of Kuiper belt are slower than the body in the Oort Cloud (the average speed of the comet from the Oort cloud is 10 km / sechere 11 km / sec). See: http://www.svemir....html#9b

Unique structures spotted around nearby star: Mysterious ripples found racing through planet-forming disc
October 7, 2015

Mysterious ripples found racing through planet-forming disc

Using images from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and ESO's Very Large Telescope, astronomers have discovered fast-moving wave-like features in the dusty disc around the nearby star AU Microscopii. These odd structures are unlike …

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-unique-nearby-star-mysterious-ripples.html#jCp

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Oct 07, 2015
If the stars are born within the entire volume of the galaxy, why is emphasized, only the outer part of the galaxy? The formation of matter, starting with hydrogen (after neutrinos and electrons), it would be surprising that the gas is of oxygen, nitrogen, or metal particles.
Is a question (again) from where gas at the edge of the galaxy, because apparently did not of the explosion the star?

geokstr Oct 07, 2015
Has astronomy ever documented the actual birth of a star? Unless it happens too rarely to be seen at all by us so far, it should not be extremely difficult with existing tech. We already do lots of astronomy by looking for occultations where a point of light is briefly dimmed, or a point of light has moved, by digitally overlaying past observations on more recent ones. A new star would be exactly the same - on one pic it would not be there, on the next, it would. The actual beginning of fusion may be gradual, but once there is enough to produce the amounted needed to show up, there will be the the baby star.

wduckss Oct 08, 2015
It was noted, is, the whole sequence of events. Body growth: cold lower body; body with a molten core, dwarfs, young (small) stars ...
Already on Earth, you can see the beginnings of the creation of the stars (volcanoes and faults with hot material). Exo planets are variety, the smallest nuances of transition in young stars.
There is no switch for the ignition light, only a lengthy transition.

Peeking into our galaxy's stellar nursery
October 5, 2015

Peeking into our galaxy's stellar nursery
Credit: Gigi Marino

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-peeking-galaxy-stellar-nursery.html#jCp

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Sep 27, 2015
From where comes the (new) Gas? Can the, at all, galaxies grow in the universe without creating new matter? How can a dwarf galaxy become a big (no connection), from where so much gas?
The universe is observed as a whole, not partially or through individual events.

"Fossils" of galaxies reveal the formation and evolution of massive galaxies
September 25, 2015

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Figure 1: Composite spectrum of 24 massive dead galaxies in the universe 4 billion years after the Big Bang. The spectra is equivalent to 200 hours of Subaru Telescope's observing time. Rectangles on the spectrum indicate spectral features, …

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-09-fossils-galaxies-reveal-formation-evolution.html#jCp

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wduckss Sep 14, 2015
The rings are directly related to faster rotation of the body on its axis, along lower temperature correction factor of body mass.
The bodies that have no independent rotation about the axis have neither smaller bodies in orbit around it (Mercury, Venus, satellites around the planet).
Chariklo must have a rotation about an axis faster than the Earth. The body, while spinning, rotating and attractive force (gravity), which are more efficient as the temperature lower.

The Lords of the Rings among centaurs

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wduckss Sep 08, 2015
What can be expected in the body that rotates, rather than spherical shape. I do not know what is the surprise? Me anymore interested "dilemma" whether it is in terms of distance (5 billion light-years) or an event from the distant past when is the universe "was old 8-9" billion years.

Surprising giant ring-like structure in the universe

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wduckss Sep 02, 2015
Nebula IC 4628 is "created" from a supernova. Contains countless (quote) young stars that are blue giants, there are two particularly large and has yet much matter for the development of much new stars.
The issue, which exploded? It is clear that not a star, because mass surpasses all known stars.
Stars (first small bodies, and growing) are formed from gas and dust (correctly), that is formed nebula?

JustAnotherGuy 5 / 5 (2) Sep 02, 2015
Nebula IC 4628 is "created" from a supernova. Contains countless (quote) young stars that are blue giants, there are two particularly large and has yet much matter for the development of much new stars.
No, it is not what it says. It doesn't tell what created the nebula.
The nebula produces its stars, these are responsible of its glow, then the stars "give back" the matter when goes supernova and new generations are created with the "new mix".
The point of the story is that the nebula is so huge that these events are cyclically produced many times inside it, like "recycling".
For more details, or the nebula's origin, wait for a professional. But it is not what this article is about.

wduckss 1 / 5 (1) Sep 02, 2015
JustAnotherGuy
"No, it is not what it says. It doesn't tell what created the nebula.
The nebula produces its stars, these are responsible of its glow, then the stars "give back" the matter when goes supernova and new generations are created with the "new mix".
The point of the story is that the nebula is so huge that these events are cyclically produced many times" inside it, like "recycling.
For more details, or the nebula's origin, wait for a professional. But it is not what this article is about." And I pointed out, deliberately disproportionate (size of the nebula), to the question: How did the nebula ?. Supernova? Not. Most of the matter in the explosion, is disintegrated (officially: it becomes a black hole), cyclicity is, therefore, questionable. If not created out of supernova processes set out in Article are taking place otherwise.

5 / 5 (2) Sep 02, 2015
How did the nebula ?. Supernova? Not. Most of the matter in the explosion, is disintegrated (officially: it becomes a black hole)
The matter (outer layers) is supposed to be expeled, not destoyed. That's how it returns to the nebula.
Whatever happens to the stars's remnant core is not explained here, but these does not always end in blackholes.

wduckss 1 / 5 (1) Sep 03, 2015
Electrons and particles we can not see, even under a microscope in the laboratory, but "we know" how they work on the 6,000 light years away.
Always note that we take evidence and leave the speculation. The proposed official explanation are like Swiss cheese. When do not have the an answer, then blur the complicated structures, which can break everything and everyone, say relations sized the nebula and size the famous the biggest stars.
Even when we add the "black hole" leak out the whole construction.

JustAnotherGuy 5 / 5 (2) Sep 03, 2015
Electrons and particles we can not see, even under a microscope in the laboratory, but "we know" how they work on the 6,000 light years away.
This first sentence seems pretty fine, *astronomers deduce* would fit better instead of "we know". The rest is, somewhat.. excuse me, what?

wduckss not rated yet Sep 03, 2015
I know my English is a disaster.
What events are more distant, the evidence are becoming "clearer and more numerous." Probably are hoping that we will not be able to check. See a short article: http://www.svemir....html#6b

Sep 04, 2015
So far, the problem wasn't your english but your concepts.
Hum.. that "short article" of yours seems to be another...hum... set of alternative theories. That's ok, no problem. Keep in mind that if you are to make criticism of standard theories it's better if you interpret them correctly prior to that. Also, presenting some evidence will do better for "debunking" them rather than presenting alternative theories since these last require evidence too.

wduckss not rated yet Sep 04, 2015
I appreciate your opinion.
The particles in accelerators are dezintegrijaju, true or not. The forces in the explosion stars are greater than or equal forces collisions in accelerators, true or not ...

Prawn Nebula: Cosmic recycling

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wduckss Sep 01, 2015
The principles for all bodies in the universe and their chemical composition (and the formation) are the same. The different, can be conditions, but only as a correction factor. The processes taking place in the natural (a free) environment, not in a laboratory.
The temperature is responsible for a variety of elements, but high temperatures decompose more elements in lower. Start is ... hydrogen and helium, followed by construction, at the end of the high temperature return ratio of elements to the beginning (nebula - white big star), other elements at the beginning and end, are in trace.

Distant planet's interior chemistry may differ from our own

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wduckss Aug 29, 2015
For visiting this body, it is important to know the speed of rotation around the axis. Little body equally enslaves even less bodies in orbit around him. Close Flyby should not be closer to 1 to 2,000 miles.

TechnoCreed5 / 5 (10) Aug 29, 2015
When?
Let's see what we got 2014MU69 http://www.minorp...mit=Show
Perihelion 41.7836722 AU
Perihelion date 2069-12-20.28956
Mean daily motion 0.0033546°/day
Semimajor axis 44.1951584 AU
Eccentricity 0.0545645
From the article: 1 billion miles
From New Horizons http://pluto.jhua...ndex.php
Distance from the sun 33.29 AU
Heliocentric velocity 14.49 km/sec
An estimate of the time needed for Hew Horizons to get to 2014MU69.
1600000000 (1 billion miles ) / (14.49 * 60 sec * 60 min * 24 hour * 365.25 days ) = 3.499 years
An estimate of the number of days to perihelion ( when New Horizons will cross 2014MU69's orbit ).
124 ( 2015 ) + 18980 ( 52*365 from 2016 to 2068 ) + 354 (1969 ) + 14 leap days – 1278 ( 3.499 * 365.25 ) = 18194 days
Tbc
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wduckss 1 / 5 (5) Aug 30, 2015
TechnoCreed When? ...
The body that has a spin on its axis can have (and has) other smaller bodies in orbit around it. Rotation speed, determines the number of bodies in orbit and distance from the parent body.
I examined other information about 2014MU69 but data on spinning missing, and in this case is very important. Planning overflight without him is to work at blind.

nkalanaga 4.7 / 5 (6) Aug 30, 2015
Why does spin have anything to do with having smaller objects in orbit? A small object can orbit a larger one whether it spins or not.
New Horizons has good cameras. They'll be looking at the surrounding space throughout approach, and if they see anything, NH has enough fuel to dodge it.

TechnoCreed 5 / 5 (5) Aug 30, 2015
I have made new calculations with recent data gathered from Hubble recent observation of last June http://www.stsci....4053.pro
Semimajor axis = 44.13910728 AU
Eccentricity = 0.0449707
These data are similar to those found on Wikipedia https://en.wikipe...014_MU69
What came out of it is that New Horizons is now 1.546 billion kilometers (0.961 billion miles) from 2014MU69 and should meet it at 43.167 AU in about 1179 days, so towards the end of October 2018. That is 20 days later than what I found yesterday. I do not think that the small ∆V correction needed will change much about it. I think that the date given on this article come from the first assessment linked by JustAnotherGuy. I think that the NH team will give us the real arrival after the orbital correction.

TechnoCreed 5 / 5 (4) Aug 30, 2015
Why does spin have anything to do with having smaller objects in orbit? A small object can orbit a larger one whether it spins or not.
New Horizons has good cameras. They'll be looking at the surrounding space throughout approach, and if they see anything, NH has enough fuel to dodge it.
Although the rotation of a body have much more to do with the history of its construction then if it has some satellites, a satellite would not allow a body to be without rotation unless it would be a perfect sphere that would have no density differential.

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wduckss 1 / 5 (4) Aug 31, 2015
The rotation of the body is not alone. Rotates and "field" around the body, which covers (up to a certain limit) gravity. He can not "field" stand still - see rotation magnet.
For the mission is important, to know (assume) the bodies in orbit, not to collide with to them.

ScottyB 5 / 5 (4) Sep 02, 2015
love this little craft, just keeps on giving!

AGreatWhopper 5 / 5 (3) Sep 05, 2015
The rotation of the body is not alone. Rotates and "field" around the body, which covers (up to a certain limit) gravity.
He can not "field" stand still - see rotation magnet.
For the mission is important, to know (assume) the bodies in orbit, not to collide with to them.
So, you're trying to get some incoherent point across going from what to English, using Google translate? He's not handling your pronouns very well. gkam1 / 5 (5) Sep 05, 2015
If you want to see a great interest in these frozen rocks, wait until they find one comprised of precious metals.

New Horizons team selects potential Kuiper Belt flyby target

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wduckss 1 / 5 (11) Sep 02, 2015
Send an investigative mission to another planet, not to explore but to confirm our ideas emerged on Earth. If the evidence does not agree with the concept, are not valid, seeking to continue instead: evidence say that on Mars ... , to whom wrong, to whom the right.

baudrunner 1 / 5 (7) Sep 03, 2015
First, no-one has assumed that Mars had a very thick atmosphere. Rather, it is more likely that the atmosphere was similar to that found on elevations equal to the Tibetan Plateau and higher.
Also, the article's presumption is based on the theory of natural progression, and that nothing cataclysmic and instantaneous occurred to wrest atmosphere and water from the red planet, such as a close pass by of a very large planetary object, which would also explain Joshua's long day (Joshua 10:12-14), when the sun stood still in the heavens for a full day, and which is also recorded in Chinese lore, and in pre-Incan lore, wherein the night stayed for a full extra day.
We know when this event occurred, sometime between 1355-1245 BCE. If there was life on Mars then, they would have been the Igigi, who had been banned from the Earth.

wduckss 1 / 5 (4) Sep 03, 2015
There is more than enough modern and advanced technology, so I asked for a response in the spent coffee grounds. I'm considering only "see", time belief is passed, only checking (skepticism).
Collected evidence is clear: Mars and life do not go together (at this stage of development of Mars), as well as a richer atmosphere.
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Torbjorn_Larsson_OM 5 / 5 (9) Sep 04, 2015
Why do anti-scientists even bother to troll science site with claims that are rejected by the article content? And why do they always miss the interesting advances? (Yes, yes, I know, they are genuinely stupid and want to share that fact with the rest of us.. What else is new?)

wduckss 1 / 5 (6) Sep 04, 2015
It is easy to criticize without arguments and hide behind the "science". Empty stories about water and water nowhere, except in the wishes of some "scientists", which are used as hard evidence. Need be reconciled with the fact, Mars is a dry and desolate planet, which is confirmed by the results of exploration of Mars. The face on Mars, pyramids, ET, water, atmosphere vanished ... the simultaneous emergence of the fairy tales for those who believe without skepticism. antigoracle 1 / 5 (2) Sep 04, 2015
world wide flood on earth a few thousand years ago
Was that the flood that killed the dinosaurs and covered their bones for us to find?

What happened to early Mars' atmosphere? New study eliminates one theory

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wduckss not rated yet Aug 28, 2015
"The researchers showed that 83 per cent of all the stars formed since the Big Bang were initially located in a disc-shaped galaxy.
However, only 49 per cent of stars that exist in the Universe today are located in these disc-shaped galaxies-the remainder are located in an oval-shaped galaxies. "

When (how far) telescopes no longer measure the distance, when beginning a age of the universe (after 1 million ... 1 billion ... light years)?
The most distant galaxies moving at speeds of 270,000 km / sec, us closer to the galaxy at speeds to 1 or 2,000 km / sec. Different speeds (conditions) different statistics.

docile 2. 3 / 5 (3) Aug 28, 2015
The researchers showed that 83 per cent of all the stars formed since the Big Bang were initially located in a disc-shaped galaxy.
The very first galaxies are spherical, as I noted above. It corresponds the geometry of central black holes, which has a character of bright star with many jets, but it gradually evaporates its matter, so that the number of jets decreases until only two jets remain - and the flat pancake-like galaxy is formed. After then the situation gets sorta interesting, because one of the remaining jets disappears first due to CP symmetry violation, so that many galaxies will change into sorta giant magnetic monopoles. After then even the second jet will disappear and the mature galaxy will get the oval shape of elliptical galaxy again. When multiple such a galaxies collide, then second generation of jets may appear and this process sorta repeats again. The resulting giant 2nd generation galaxies of are formed with stellar clusters instead of individual stars.

Ren82 1 / 5 (3) Aug 29, 2015
Why all galaxies are roating? Why in different directions? Why are out there globular clusters? It seems that these have formed without a process of accretion, but how is this possible? Why in this supposed process of accretion proto cloud rotates around a central region? From where comes this torque?
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Astronomers unravel the history of galaxies for the first time

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wduckss not rated yet Aug 26, 2015
The density of the Sun is 1.411 g / cm3, (no solid substances).
If there is "fusing hydrogen in its core," why no radiation?
Where is dislocation of particles and radiation from the core?

IRIS and Hinode: A Stellar research team

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wduckss 3 / 5 (1) Aug 14, 2015
430 ° C of the planet 51 Eridani B is near the average temperature of Venus (462 ° C), and the orbit is, further from Saturn. The average temperature of Jupiter is -121 ° C, Saturn -139 ° C .
It is obvious that this is a hot Jupiter with molten parts of the crust of the planet.
Increase in weight (due to the increase in compressive forces within of the planet) body was heated. I do not know where they found the similarity with Jupiter.

Enthusiastic Fool not rated yet Aug 15, 2015
hot Jupiter
or
crust
Choose one.

wduckss 1 / 5 (1) Aug 16, 2015
Temperature 430 ° C means that there is crust. Hot Jupiter is due to differences the temperature of 560 ° C (though there is hot).

Enthusiastic Fool not rated yet Aug 16, 2015
Hot Jupiter means it's a gas giant like Jupiter or Neptune or Uranus without a crust. There'd be a solid core and then gas all the way up. They'd call it a Super Earth if it was a rocky body with a crust. The similarity with Jupiter is that this system is really young and they expect Jupiter was similar at a younger age before it cooled to its current temps. How do you come to the conclusion that 430 C means a crust?
See also: http://phys.org/n...ths.html
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Methane, water enshroud nearby Jupiter-like exoplanet

 


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