Shocked Moon

Mar 19, 2019 Electricity sculpted Rhea. Recently, Cassini completed its multi-year mission in orbit around Saturn. During that time, it trained its camera on the majority of Saturn’s moons, including Rhea. Rhea is second in size to Titan, with a mean diameter of 1528 kilometers. One of its more interesting …

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Mergers and Spinoffs

Mar 14, 2019 High temperatures in galaxy clusters are an enigma. Astronomers use gravity as their primary explanation for most energetic events, like high temperatures in the galaxy cluster shown above. It “must be” because of collisions among its member galaxies in the remote past, or from the merger of …

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Rocky Rings

Mar 13, 2019 Many celestial bodies display multi-ringed formations. Mare Orientale can be found near the western rim of the Moon, making it difficult to see from Earth. It has a nearly complete concentric ring structure with a surrounding basin of mare material. The mare is bounded inwardly by steep …

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Solar Sphere

Mar 12, 2019 The Solar System travels through space in an electromagnetic bubble. “In order to understand the phenomena in a certain plasma region, it is necessary to map not only the magnetic but also the electric field and the electric currents. Space is filled with a network of currents …

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Ant Gun

Mar 11, 2019 The Herschel space observatory operated between 2009 and 2013. The Herschel Space Observatory was launched on May 14, 2009 into an orbit around LaGrange point L2 (behind Earth in relation to the Sun). Herschel’s supercooled infrared detectors were built to last only three years, so its cooling systems has long …

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Recent Renovation

Mar 8, 2019 Earth’s surface is not what it was a short time ago. That Earth and the Solar System experienced catastrophic events, perhaps as little as 5000 years ago, is one of the major presumptions of Electric Universe theory. Most adherents to the theory consider 10,000 years ago to …

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Filaments of Reason

Mar 6, 2019 Lightning phenomena vary in magnitude. “Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does the work.”— Mark Twain Lightning, along with other electrical manifestations, includes a phenomenon called, “transverse electric currents” with the main discharge channel. Slow-motion videos of lightning reveal multiple leader strokes …

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Frozen Moon

Mar 5, 2019 Liquid water on Europa? The Space Shuttle Atlantis launched the Galileo spacecraft on October 18, 1989. After a six year flight, Galileo entered orbit around Jupiter on December 7, 1995. After eight years in orbit, Galileo was burned up in Jupiter’s atmosphere, in order to prevent it …

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Potato Pancake

Mar 4, 2019 Ultima Thule continues to confound astronomers. According to a recent press release, (486958) 2014 MU69, otherwise known as Ultima Thule, is not shaped like a snowman. The newest images from the New Horizons spacecraft reveal it to be a “squashed walnut” combined with a “flattened cookie”. Alan …

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