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If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software

 
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12/06/2012 12:54 AM
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If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software
[link to www.stellarium.org]

This is free software. It's created for amateur astronomers to locate constellations quickly in the night sky. You can set it to your location, and then merely compare the view from your backyard to what's on the screen.

Now, I know a lot of people think that the Earth has change it's rotation or orbit or something. If you think that, then use some science to either prove or disprove it. Otherwise, what you're observing may not be taking into account some small change as the Earth is moving through the galaxy. Everything is slowly moving, not just spinning on it's axis, but being propelled forward through the Universe.

I'm not trying to disprove anything. Just giving you a tool in which to make your observations about Orion being different or the sunrise being in the wrong place, or the moon seeming to be viewed in an unusual twisting of its landmarks, etc.

Then if you find proof, how much more profound would be your observations. Then you could point it out and with a screencap of Stellarium and a pic of the night sky to show the discrepency.

Unless you think the creators of Stellarium are in league with "them" or not....
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Re: If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software
Nice! Let's see what comes of this.
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12/06/2012 01:26 AM
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Re: If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software
Fr example, when amateur astronomers in history were watching the heavens, they noticed the perculiar path of Mars. If the Earth were the center of the Universe, the path of Mars made no sense whatsoever. Here's an animation to describe what I mean:


Now one looking at this might conclude that Mars is traveling in a corkscrew, but in fact it's passing in an eliptical orbit around the Sun (Sol), but we're spinning and following an eliptical orbit too.

Now I can't verify the accuracy of this animation, but here's a quick demonstration of the solar systems's path through the galaxy.


The gist of the issue is that we need to think outside the box of what we were taught in school, as really that's a very simplified model for grade school kids.

Yes, I think that something has changed, but the more people supply evidence, the more credible we are. Doesn't that make sense versus..."I think the sun is rising in wrong portion of the sky. The former has academic merit by the use of a known quality program. The latter is merely a vague observation.

I'm hoping people will actually upload some pics and data, because that would be hugely impressive instead of, "I think...".
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12/06/2012 01:32 AM
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Re: If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software
Now, take into account that all spinning bodies tend to have some eccentric motion as they spin. Few things are perfectly balanced, and instead they wobble. The Sun is wobbling, as is the Earth, the planets, the stars (suns in their own right) etc. The pull of these heavenly bodies will sometimes get close enough to cause quite a bit of change in the motion of another. That seems logical, but it may take millenia to notice it.

So in the previous animation, it's showing the Sun moving without a wobble...merely moving straight ahead while the planets spin and pass in their eliptical orbits. But in reality all of the motion, spinning and oribiting is affected by many wobbles of ecentric motion.
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12/06/2012 01:37 AM
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Re: If you think a constellation or the moon is in the wrong place then use this software
All programs including the one mentioned are written and updated by the Navy/Government. That says it all for me.

The only thing to be trusted antmore is books written in the 70's about anything.

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