Category: Solar System Colonization

Hitachi Construction Machinery – Moon from earth and Mars from Mars Orbit is cheaper

Hitachi Construction Machinery @hitachicm_en Mar 10 [Ultra-large hydraulic excavator with #remotecontrol] The operation support systems can support safe and efficient work even from a remote operation. We are developing a function that assists excavation work and automates a part of the loading work on dump trucks. Replying to @hitachicm_en Adjusting for a 1.3 light
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GWOSC and Auxiliary Data – Combining LIGO style detectors with all earth-based sensor networks

Correlating LIGO style strain and auxiliary data with all data from earth-based sensor networks I followed many of the pathways from this email looking for downloadable data on the Internet accessible from the browser. All I found was your groups favorite software ways to access things you are interested in. And nowhere did I find
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Twitter about World History Encyclopedia @whencyclopedia Our mission is “to engage people with cultural heritage and to improve history education worldwide” ==> “History” for everyone with access to the Internet. (~4.9 B)   “solar system colonization” now gives new meanings to “world”, global, “world-wide”,” everywhere”.

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.  

Note on my Facebook page about gravitational energy density

For more than 50 years I have been trying to understand the gravitational potential. I used it for orbit determinations when I worked at my first job at the CIA, then later worked on a NASA project to determine the geopotential itself using satellite orbits and measurements to solve for the shape and properties of
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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 to Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering

Everyone, I am including this as an update to this project because the routine laboratory and wide area measurement of the speed of the gravitational potential is critical to all the groups working together. You HAVE to be able to measure the signals at high enough sampling rates to get good correlations and comparisons. For
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What is the ratio of nuclear to gravitational energy for the sun during its whole life cycle?

David, I was starting to read “Submillimetre Astronomy” by Watt and Webster and they were talking about molecular clouds. They mention the magnetic energy density being approximately equal to the kinetic energy density, then talked about a cascade of scales.  It has been on my mind to check how much nuclear energy in generated in
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Comment to All Sky Camera group Can someone tell me the current best all sky set up? I was thinking of one that had zoom from all sky to 30x. Any suggestions. Thanks. I was looking at PTZ low light security cameras. Dan Bush Thank you. Your picture gallery is filled with beautiful images. I searched fro Hikvision cameras and
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Comment on Houston Astronomical Society website and practices

Debbie, First, your novice videos should be globally public on your website.  Either HAS is an organization devoted to all people knowing about the sky and heavens, or not.  Share openly.  If there are things specific to secure gatherings at private places, those should not be shared, but minimized or separate.  I tell groups like
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