Category: Solar Observing

Twitter about continuous global Big G experiments to contrain JPL solar system ephemeris

Vector sun moon tidal signal from gravimeter arrays is pure Newtonian GMm/r2. Sample at Msps Gsps for G variations by frequency at continuous global Big G stations to constrain sun moon earth masses, omegaE, JPL ephemeris, gravitational time dilation. You might be interested in my project on ResearchGate. I added an update today about
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Twitter to Sony about lossless formats for global sharing of science data

@Sony Sony donated an Alpha 7S for a live webcam at Maunakea Subaru Telescope. Could Sony also help promote better Internet standards for lossless video? Look at these poor star pixels. Live stars need lossless formats. Global sharing for science data.  

Comment on Comment – Supernova near the earth 2.5 M years ago

Where do the elements come from? Nucleosynthesis in stellar environments at Interesting. (“fe60” OR “al36”) “supernova” has 6170 entry points (Google, 26 Jun 2022) and fairly rich in particulars Interstellar 60 Fe on the Surface of the Moon at Limits on Supernova-Associated Fe 60 / Al 26 Nucleosynthesis Ratios from Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Measurements
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Update on Richard Collins “Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering” project on ResearchGate I was updating my notes of gravimeter arrays as gravitational imaging arrays. At the end I recommend using electrons interferometer and related electron methods for measuring and monitoring acceleration. Every electron on earth has mass and is affected individually by the changing gravitational field. Electron methods are far in advance of atom methods, less
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Comment on Video Removing Heavy Wind Shake from FPV footage

Removing heavy wind shake from FPV footage at I have been collecting live video streams on the Internet for some time. I call the collection “shake wind”. Mainly beaches, bridges, mountains and places where the wind is fierce and the camera will often shake, sometimes violently. But the equation of motion of the camera is
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Comment of Gravitational Fields and Gravitational Waves – history of vector tidal signal calibration and imaging arrays

Hello, I had reason to write out some of what I found measuring the speed with which the gravitational potential comes to equilibrium. It is rather long, but perhaps might be useful. I am trying to encourage the development of arrays of three axis, high sampling rate gravimeters to use for imaging sites of interest
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