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Astronomy: space conquest and the latest news from the stars




by Christophe » 30/03/16, 01:12

Some new astronomy for March 2016:

? A) A large debris (comet asteroid) impact Jupiter http://www.iflscience.com/space/incredi ... stronomers

With amateur videos (unfortunate that not better quality):



b) We found the 9ieme planet in the solar system: http://www.iflscience.com/space/further ... lanet-nine
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by Christophe » 09/06/16, 13:29

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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by Christophe » 25/10/16, 16:31

http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/scienc ... 44258.html

These strange stars 234 signals they are aliens?

Scientists have picked up "very unusual messages" from deep space and are considering an intelligent origin. The Seti Institute calls for caution and recalls that "extraordinary statements deserve extraordinary proof".

What if aliens try to communicate with us? This is what Ermano F. Borra and Eric Trottier, two astronomers from Laval University in Quebec, would like to discover. The two researchers studied signals from 2,5 million stars. They discovered that 234 of them "send very unusual messages," which may bear the mark of alien intelligence.

"These signals correspond to the extraterrestrial signals that we predicted in a previous study," they said in their analysis published in the journal Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. And the fact that we detected them from a few stars which all have a spectral type comparable to that of our Sun, further strengthens the ET hypothesis "

Promising signals, but ...
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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by Christophe » 29/10/16, 17:39

Nibiru, Planet X: the mysterious giant planet that tilts the solar system

Some call it Nibiru, others “Planet 9” or “Planet 10” ... but no one knows where it is yet. According to two Californian astronomers, this mysterious planet is so huge that it could be responsible for the tilt of the solar system. The explanations of our columnist Jean-Paul Fritz.

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http://leplus.nouvelobs.com/contributio ... laire.html

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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by Christophe » 19/05/17, 10:05

An index to support multiverse theory?

http://www.iflscience.com/space/the-col ... t-so-fast/
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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by Christophe » 19/05/17, 13:12

Funny, man reinforces (beloved?) The belt of Van Allen:

The interactions between very low frequency radio waves and high energy particles in space create a kind of shield around the planet, say NASA researchers.


http://www.courrierinternational.com/ar ... e-la-terre

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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by izentrop » 19/05/17, 14:08

The most powerful transmitters in VLF are those that broadcast time signals and frequency standards, but it is peanuts in relation to the natural radiations of the sun.
I have not seen this news elsewhere ??
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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by Christophe » 19/05/17, 14:23

It seems to me astonishing ... considering the powers involved ... but why not, I am not a physicist ...

The source comes from NASA: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/20 ... ing-earth/ - and it's not dated a 1er April ...
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Re: Astronomy: latest news stars, March 2016




by izentrop » 19/05/17, 22:37

VLFs are propagated by ground wave on land and the part that is directed towards the sky is reflected by the D layer of the atmosphere, even if the emission powers are enormous, everything must be absorbed by the earth and the oceans And virtually nothing leaves the Earth's atmosphere ??
Image http://radioamateurs89.free.fr/Techniqu ... /ondes.htm
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