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Sentinels of the Heliosphere

 
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Sentinels of the Heliosphere
I highly suggest watching this excellent and very informative video on heliospheric satellite orbits.



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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
New material! WOOOHOOO! banana2

I'll check it out...how goes it SS?
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New material! WOOOHOOO! banana2

I'll check it out...how goes it SS?
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Taking a break. Just thought I would throw this out there.

It is a VERY good video on understanding the orbits of the satellites that assess conditions in the heliosphere.
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spock outside of the bowshock jim
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spock outside of the bowshock jim
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Almost!

:starfleetapprove:
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere

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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.
 Quoting: Gabriel's Sword


I didn't see a question...

chuckle
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.
 Quoting: Gabriel's Sword


I didn't see a question...

chuckle
 Quoting: SickScent


I agree with you, that it is very easy for us to get back to the moon...and I do think there are reasons we do not go back that are kept from the public. What those reasons are, we can only speculate.
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:astrospheres:

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Is L1 a SPACE ELEVATOR?!?!

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12/21/2011 01:53 PM
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Brilliant find Sickscent! I always wondered how they got the data for such a large magnetosphere simulations such as these:

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.
 Quoting: Gabriel's Sword


I agree. The world technologically progressed at an unbelievable pace in the last 100 years, but what happened to advances in space and technology in the last 50 years?
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.

Edit** How come we are not going to the moon?

Last Edited by Gabriel's Sword on 12/21/2011 02:20 PM
Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not
have, nor do they deserve, either one.
-- President Thomas Jefferson

We have four boxes with which to defend our freedom: the soap box, the
ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box.
-- Unknown.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.

Edit** How come we are not going to the moon?
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 Quoting: Gabriel's Sword


Hey Gabriel. I figured that is what the question was. lol

You saw my response, didn't you?

Wouldn't it be awesome if 'they' decided to release the floodgates on all this secrecy... maybe someday.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Brilliant find Sickscent! I always wondered how they got the data for such a large magnetosphere simulations such as these:

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

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 Quoting: LostJohnny 6716628


Yeah, its an awesome sim. I absolutely LOVE the Lagrange Point and how they've got 3 satellites balancing each other at the point.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Well I got a question for ya....

The Shuttle travels close to 18,000 mph around the Earth, the Moon is approx 240,000 miles from Earth.

That should be a ride of a little over 13 hrs.

You would think that it should be no problem for us to do this all the time (travel to the Moon) since we did this in the late 60's on a rocket.
 Quoting: Gabriel's Sword


I agree. The world technologically progressed at an unbelievable pace in the last 100 years, but what happened to advances in space and technology in the last 50 years?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1444651


under wraps. methinks.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
More new age bullshit.
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
More new age bullshit.
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chuckle




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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
More new age bullshit.
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LOL...someone didn't read the post. It's science bro
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12/21/2011 03:30 PM
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Nice post SS. This is a great video to get a good perspective on a few things.
Stuff and goodies...
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Re: Sentinels of the Heliosphere
Nice post SS. This is a great video to get a good perspective on a few things.
 Quoting: Fallen


Thanks, I agree.
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hugs
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:gormidfing:
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wtf with the haters, give'm some nice picture Sick 5a
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Hehe too late hf
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5 stars. thx
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Too complex for Brazil AC to understand. Maybe next time you could start with how to play marbles.

Last Edited by Morpheus on 12/21/2011 04:26 PM

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