Index Of /discoverynews New physics theory on density of space, matter and space energy, elementary particle, mass, magnetism, nonexistence of charge, speed of light, time and anti-gravity. http://www.geocities.com/discoverynews
Solar And Heliospheric Physics Home Page The site describes a number of UCSD projects on solar and heliospheric physics including the solar mass ejection imager and space weather forecasting. http://cassfos02.ucsd.edu/solar/
The Sun-Earth Connection An introduction to space plasma physics provided by Auburn University's space Plasma physics Page. Covers the sunearth connection, the sun, solar wind, the magnetospere, and aurorae. http://www.physics.auburn.edu/~plasma/space/sunearth.html
Extractions: The Sun-Earth Connection The Sun and Earth are intimately connected. Other than the light and heat that we receive from the sun, there are many other things that we also experience in this relationship. First of all, there is more than just empty space beyond Earth's atmosphere; there is an environment of rich, active, electrically charged gases, called plasmas , that the Earth resides in. The origin of these plasmas is the sun, more specifically the solar wind . The most noticeable traces of this plasma environment are the Northern and Southern Lights, or the aurora The activity of the sun is also thought to affect our weather and climate, both long and short term, as solar behavior can last over centuries to mere minutes. Of particular note, the activity of the aurora are closely tied to the activity of dark spots found on the suns surface, called sunspots. In fact, the "Little Ice Age", a period of abnormally low temperatures during the 15th-18th centuries, was also a period when there were very few sunspots. Solar flares are thought to slightly change the density of our atmosphere and may cause blockouts, communications disruptions, and magnetic storms. Solar Physics fusion . Four hydrogen nuclei fuse to form a helium nucleus. About 700 million tons of hydrogen are converted into helium every second, producing 5 million tons of pure energy!
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Home Page A modern atomist theory of the physical universe.Alternative theory that overturns Einstein's Theory of Relativity and returns physics to Classical Mechanics with absolute space and time. http://atomisttheory03.tripod.com/
YPOP Home Page Solar educational resources from the Yohkoh Xray telescope space mission. Includes images, movies, educational resources, and a tour of the Sun. http://solar.physics.montana.edu/YPOP/
Extractions: T he Yohkoh Movie Theater ( YPOP ) is designed to bring you images and movies depicting our nearest star, the Sun, as seen by an X-ray telescope that was carried on board the Yohkoh satellite. The YPOP site includes a range of activities for youngsters, parents, teachers and anyone interested in learning more about the Sun. You can make your own movies, see solar images, take a tour of the Sun and much much more. This is a public domain site. The Yohkoh satellite was an observatory for studying X-rays and gamma-rays from the Sun. Yohkoh was launched from Kagoshima, Japan on August 31, 1991, and was lost on December 14, 2001. In over ten years of observing the Sun (much longer than the proposed mission life) Yohkoh revolutionized our understanding of solar activity. Yohkoh is a project of the Institute for Space and Astronautical Sciences. The spacecraft was built in Japan and the observing instruments have contributions from the U.S. and from the U.K. The name Yohkoh is Japanese for "sunbeam".
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Extractions: Overview of Space Density Relating to Particles - Providing Definite Proof of Spatial Flow and Strong Explanations for Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, Electron Orbits and Electro Magnetic Attraction. By Piers Newberry Abstract In this paper it is shown that space must have the ability to move. This is shown via experimentation. It allows for an explanation of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, electron movement and electro magnetic force. If an electro conductive ball is suspended in a magnetic field and is then spun quickly the mass increases, and consequently the density of space around the ball must increase. Space has moved into the area around the ball. Space must be able to experience the condition of flow. If a ball spinning at R ms moves through space at a velocity V ms. The interface between the top of ball (T) which spins in the direction motion of travel attracts an area of high space density (due higher mass and so more gravitation) as its rate of movement, in terms of interface with surrounding space, is higher than it is at the bottom of the ball (B), R + V as opposed to V - R. Figure 1 showing V the velocity of the ball, R the rotation of the ball in the x, y plane, and R2 the z plane rotation.
The PPARC Web Site The Particle physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC)funds UK research, education and public understanding in its four broad areas of science particle physics, astronomy, cosmology and space science. http://www.pparc.ac.uk/
Extractions: The Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council [PPARC] is the UK's strategic science investment agency. By directing, coordinating and funding research, education and training in particle physics and astronomy, PPARC delivers world-leading science, technologies and people for the UK. Based in Swindon, along with several other research councils , PPARC operates three scientific sites: the UK Astronomy Technology Centre in Edinburgh, the Isaac Newton Group in La Palma and the Joint Astronomy Centre in Hawaii.
NASA/Marshall Solar Physics The Solar physics Branch of Marshall space Flight Center's (MSFC) space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) is composed of 15 scientists involved in various studies of the physics of the Sun. http://science.nasa.gov/ssl/pad/solar/
Korman, Ben - Bkspace Pages on his interests, including space, physics, science fiction, politics, and music. http://home.kc.rr.com/bkspace
INFIP - Instituto De Física Del Plasma Experimental and Theoretical Research on Plasma and Fluids Plasma Focus and electrical gas discharges and their applications, space plasmas, physics of fluids and numerical simulations. http://www.lfp.uba.ar/
Extractions: Jobs: Research opportunities at Leicester, including PDRA on Brown Dwarfs and PDRA on Gamma Ray Bursts The XRA Group has a distinguished record in high-energy astrophysics, having played a leading role in X-ray observatories such as Ariel-V, Exosat, Ginga and Rosat, now continued with Chandra and XMM-Newton. Although an emphasis on X-ray astronomy remains, the research programme now makes use of the full range of ground-based and space-based facilities for multi-wavelength astronomy. Active research interests include: the study of white and brown dwarf stars; stellar coronae; cataclysmic variables; supernova remnants; normal, starburst and active galaxies; clusters of galaxies; deep X-ray surveys; and the cosmic X-ray background radiation. A wealth of X-ray data is now arriving from the XMM-Newton and Chandra observatories; both