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Saturn's Electric Link With Enceladus (Cassini) - Updated with Vid

 
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Saturn's Electric Link With Enceladus (Cassini) - Updated with Vid
April 20, 2011

PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA is releasing the first images and sounds of an electrical connection between Saturn and one of its moons, Enceladus.

:saturnlink:

Scientists previously theorized an electrical circuit should exist at Saturn. After analyzing data that Cassini collected in 2008, scientists saw a glowing patch of ultraviolet light emissions near Saturn's north pole that marked the presence of a circuit, even though the moon is 240,000 kilometers (150,000 miles) away from the planet.

The patch occurs at the end of a magnetic field line connecting Saturn and its moon Enceladus. The area, known as an auroral footprint, is the spot where energetic electrons dive into the planet's atmosphere, following magnetic field lines that arc between the planet's north and south polar regions.

:saturnlink2:

In 2008, Cassini detected a beam of energetic protons near Enceladus aligned with the magnetic field and field-aligned electron beams. A team of scientists analyzed the data and concluded the electron beams had sufficient energy flux to generate a detectable level of auroral emission at Saturn. A few weeks later, Cassini captured images of an auroral footprint in Saturn's northern hemisphere. In 2009, a group of Cassini scientists led by Donald Gurnett at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, detected more complementary signals near Enceladus consistent with currents that travel from the moon to the top of Saturn's atmosphere, including a hiss-like sound from the magnetic connection. That paper was published in March in Geophysical Research Letters.

The water cloud above the Enceladus jets produces a massive, ionized "plasma" cloud through its interactions with the magnetic bubble around Saturn. This cloud disturbs the magnetic field lines.
The footprint appears to flicker in these new data, so the rate at which Enceladus is spewing particles may vary.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]

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+1 for the electric universe theory
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Re: Saturn's Electric Link With Enceladus (Cassini) - Updated with Vid
This is gonna be a dumb question...but does earth and the moon have a connection magnetically or electrically? I mean I've seen the maps of the sun/earth interactions...

:celestialenergy:

But are there any monitoring the earth and moon interaction?
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Is there more Sick?

Do you have a link?
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This is gonna be a dumb question...but does earth and the moon have a connection magnetically or electrically? I mean I've seen the maps of the sun/earth interactions...

:celestialenergy:

But are there any monitoring the earth and moon interaction?
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Actually, that's not too dumb of a question. I am pretty sure the earth's magnetosphere engulfs the moon as well. The difference in the scenario you bring up, I imagine, is that there are less forces at work between the Earth and Moon, in comparison to Jupiter and its moons.
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Is there more Sick?

Do you have a link?
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Oops! Forgot the link. I'll put it in the original post. Yes, there is more...all of it pretty interesting...even has a slideshow.
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Really cool stuff at link. [link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]

The images they have there just goes to show you how all the solar system planets and bodies interacts with each other. Much of it, because of magnetism, invisibly...
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Is there more Sick?

Do you have a link?
 Quoting: Madigan


Oops! Forgot the link. I'll put it in the original post. Yes, there is more...all of it pretty interesting...even has a slideshow.
 Quoting: SickScent



I'm there now....I just followed your blog. Thanks.
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Re: Saturn's Electric Link With Enceladus (Cassini) - Updated with Vid
April 20, 2011

PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA is releasing the first images and sounds of an electrical connection between Saturn and one of its moons, Enceladus.

Scientists previously theorized an electrical circuit should exist at Saturn. After analyzing data that Cassini collected in 2008, scientists saw a glowing patch of ultraviolet light emissions near Saturn's north pole that marked the presence of a circuit, even though the moon is 240,000 kilometers (150,000 miles) away from the planet.

The patch occurs at the end of a magnetic field line connecting Saturn and its moon Enceladus. The area, known as an auroral footprint, is the spot where energetic electrons dive into the planet's atmosphere, following magnetic field lines that arc between the planet's north and south polar regions.

In 2008, Cassini detected a beam of energetic protons near Enceladus aligned with the magnetic field and field-aligned electron beams.
A team of scientists analyzed the data and concluded the electron beams had sufficient energy flux to generate a detectable level of auroral emission at Saturn. A few weeks later, Cassini captured images of an auroral footprint in Saturn's northern hemisphere. In 2009, a group of Cassini scientists led by Donald Gurnett at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, detected more complementary signals near Enceladus consistent with currents that travel from the moon to the top of Saturn's atmosphere, including a hiss-like sound from the magnetic connection. That paper was published in March in Geophysical Research Letters.

The water cloud above the Enceladus jets produces a massive, ionized "plasma" cloud through its interactions with the magnetic bubble around Saturn. This cloud disturbs the magnetic field lines.
The footprint appears to flicker in these new data, so the rate at which Enceladus is spewing particles may vary.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: SickScent


McCanney is rofl
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PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA is releasing the first images and sounds of an electrical connection between Saturn and one of its moons, Enceladus.

Scientists previously theorized an electrical circuit should exist at Saturn. After analyzing data that Cassini collected in 2008, scientists saw a glowing patch of ultraviolet light emissions near Saturn's north pole that marked the presence of a circuit, even though the moon is 240,000 kilometers (150,000 miles) away from the planet.

The patch occurs at the end of a magnetic field line connecting Saturn and its moon Enceladus. The area, known as an auroral footprint, is the spot where energetic electrons dive into the planet's atmosphere, following magnetic field lines that arc between the planet's north and south polar regions.

In 2008, Cassini detected a beam of energetic protons near Enceladus aligned with the magnetic field and field-aligned electron beams.
A team of scientists analyzed the data and concluded the electron beams had sufficient energy flux to generate a detectable level of auroral emission at Saturn. A few weeks later, Cassini captured images of an auroral footprint in Saturn's northern hemisphere. In 2009, a group of Cassini scientists led by Donald Gurnett at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, detected more complementary signals near Enceladus consistent with currents that travel from the moon to the top of Saturn's atmosphere, including a hiss-like sound from the magnetic connection. That paper was published in March in Geophysical Research Letters.

The water cloud above the Enceladus jets produces a massive, ionized "plasma" cloud through its interactions with the magnetic bubble around Saturn. This cloud disturbs the magnetic field lines.
The footprint appears to flicker in these new data, so the rate at which Enceladus is spewing particles may vary.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: SickScent


McCanney is rofl
 Quoting: TBar1984


DAMN! I still need to read his stuff. Got a good link?
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Actually, that's not too dumb of a question. I am pretty sure the earth's magnetosphere engulfs the moon as well. The difference in the scenario you bring up, I imagine, is that there are less forces at work between the Earth and Moon, in comparison to Jupiter and its moons.
 Quoting: SickScent


That makes sense...

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April 20, 2011

PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA is releasing the first images and sounds of an electrical connection between Saturn and one of its moons, Enceladus.

Scientists previously theorized an electrical circuit should exist at Saturn. After analyzing data that Cassini collected in 2008, scientists saw a glowing patch of ultraviolet light emissions near Saturn's north pole that marked the presence of a circuit, even though the moon is 240,000 kilometers (150,000 miles) away from the planet.

The patch occurs at the end of a magnetic field line connecting Saturn and its moon Enceladus. The area, known as an auroral footprint, is the spot where energetic electrons dive into the planet's atmosphere, following magnetic field lines that arc between the planet's north and south polar regions.

In 2008, Cassini detected a beam of energetic protons near Enceladus aligned with the magnetic field and field-aligned electron beams.
A team of scientists analyzed the data and concluded the electron beams had sufficient energy flux to generate a detectable level of auroral emission at Saturn. A few weeks later, Cassini captured images of an auroral footprint in Saturn's northern hemisphere. In 2009, a group of Cassini scientists led by Donald Gurnett at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, detected more complementary signals near Enceladus consistent with currents that travel from the moon to the top of Saturn's atmosphere, including a hiss-like sound from the magnetic connection. That paper was published in March in Geophysical Research Letters.

The water cloud above the Enceladus jets produces a massive, ionized "plasma" cloud through its interactions with the magnetic bubble around Saturn. This cloud disturbs the magnetic field lines.
The footprint appears to flicker in these new data, so the rate at which Enceladus is spewing particles may vary.

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: SickScent


McCanney is rofl
 Quoting: TBar1984


DAMN! I still need to read his stuff. Got a good link?
 Quoting: SickScent

You can listen to the old ones with an old version of Realplayer, 10.1.0 works on my Mac for all but one of the first ones - [link to www.jmccanneyscience.com]

McCanney also wrote a book called something like 'Sweeper Moons of Saturn' a long time ago.
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What do you think it is?
Space, the final frontier...or is it?
Knowledge is power
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What do you think it is?
 Quoting: ~Andariel~


What do you mean? The article explains it pretty well...

hmm
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What do you think it is?
 Quoting: ~Andariel~


What do you mean? The article explains it pretty well...

hmm
 Quoting: SickScent

This appears to be a very old article;
Title: Saturn's sweeper moons predicted
Authors: McCanney, J. M.
Journal: Moon and the Planets, vol. 24, May 1981, p. 349-353.
[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

I'm sure other predictions have appeared since then.
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It makes me think that it is magnetism that holds everything in place...not gravity.
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It makes me think that it is magnetism that holds everything in place...not gravity.
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Things are never black or white, the answer lies somewhere in between.
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It makes me think that it is magnetism that holds everything in place...not gravity.
 Quoting: SickScent

Things are never black or white, the answer lies somewhere in between.
 Quoting: TBar1984


1000% agree with that.
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:boobbump:
 Quoting: SickScent
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It makes me think that it is magnetism that holds everything in place...not gravity.
 Quoting: SickScent

Things are never black or white, the answer lies somewhere in between.
 Quoting: TBar1984


1000% agree with that.
 Quoting: SickScent


All the talk about magnetricity keeps bringing me back to this:
sacred-geometry
and this:
leedskalnin-two-


It all seems so 'intertwined' (pardon the pun...)
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It makes me think that it is magnetism that holds everything in place...not gravity.
 Quoting: SickScent

Things are never black or white, the answer lies somewhere in between.
 Quoting: TBar1984


1000% agree with that.
 Quoting: SickScent


All the talk about magnetricity keeps bringing me back to this:
:sacred-geometry:
and this:
:leedskalnin-two-:


It all seems so 'intertwined' (pardon the pun...)
 Quoting: 12000Eyes


I know 12000 Eyes!

hf
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+1 for the electric universe theory
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+2
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Been checking out Saturn on about every clear night with the new Tele....cool stuff to zoom in on the rings...
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Been checking out Saturn on about every clear night with the new Tele....cool stuff to zoom in on the rings...
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


NICE! Hope you guys are enjoying it.
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Been checking out Saturn on about every clear night with the new Tele....cool stuff to zoom in on the rings...
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


NICE! Hope you guys are enjoying it.
 Quoting: SickScent


Still a pile of beer cans laying out there from Friday night. he he he..can see the moons of saturn too..I have seen alot of hubble`s pictures of saturn with auras..kinda like our northern lights..
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Been checking out Saturn on about every clear night with the new Tele....cool stuff to zoom in on the rings...
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


NICE! Hope you guys are enjoying it.
 Quoting: SickScent


Still a pile of beer cans laying out there from Friday night. he he he..can see the moons of saturn too..I have seen alot of hubble`s pictures of saturn with auras..kinda like our northern lights..
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


:saturnaur:
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Been checking out Saturn on about every clear night with the new Tele....cool stuff to zoom in on the rings...
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


NICE! Hope you guys are enjoying it.
 Quoting: SickScent


Still a pile of beer cans laying out there from Friday night. he he he..can see the moons of saturn too..I have seen alot of hubble`s pictures of saturn with auras..kinda like our northern lights..
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>


:saturnaur:
 Quoting: SickScent


That`s it...crazy to see what is really up there. SO much to learn..Beautiful pict.

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