Eugene Bagashov: ‘Elec-centricities’ of Cometary Orbits | EU2016

The electric comet is one of the key areas of the scope of Electric Universe ideas that might have a significant impact on science. In order to develop the theory further, there is a need to study various parameters of the cometary population of the Solar System. What is the difference between comets and asteroids? What is the nature of “active asteroids”? What is the probability of a small body with given orbital parameters to be a comet? The basic idea is that the high eccentricity of the orbit makes the interaction with the electric field of the solar wind easier as the body passes through areas with different electromagnetic environment along its orbital path. Thus, with growing eccentricity, the number of comets should increase. Indeed that is the case. Yet it is not so simple, and the dependence is nonlinear. In his talk, Eugene Bagashov will report one recent finding concerning the eccentricities of cometary orbits that might be an indication of the validity of the electric comet hypothesis and provide a basis for further research in this area.

Eugene Bagashov is from Minsk, Belarus. Currently, he works at the Joint Institute for Power and Nuclear Research – Sosny (one of the institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus) and doing his Ph.D. research there in particle physics, quantum field theory and quantum chromodynamics (QCD). Eugene has published several papers and also have an EU-related blog (in Russian) with 800 subscribers in a social network

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