Saturday, June 26, 2010

Lunar Librations

Credit NASA

Credit Mesic,Astronomie.CZ

There are many of these on youtube.
Thanks for your work everyone.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Z Boson and mass

I know this is a preprint. I know this is your understanding of the motion of electricity. I have a few questions. I love the fact that this document is pictures instead of text so questions cannot be asked. You cannot copy an area of text and question it. So I will retype the information.

On page two, you have defined the mass of a Z-Boson to 

That is a very specific number to be a new constant. That is not the direct problem I have with this. You are measuring mass in voltage.

Since you are measuring the cross section of the Z-Boson as  of which we both agree.

Call me crazy, and I know you will, but intensity of electricity is always measured in Amperes. Thus the intensity of a Z-Boson can never be measured as mass.

Using Ohm's law we can determine the current(intensity) of a Z-Boson, which is variable not constant.

Why is it that you measure electricity as mass? At best that does not make sense with what is known.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

NGC 3603 Interesting cluster

Credit: NASA, ESA and Wolfgang Brandner (MPIA), Boyke Rochau (MPIA) and Andrea Stolte (University of Cologne)"The cluster, formally known as the NGC 3603 Young Cluster, is about 20 000 light-years from the Sun which makes these measurements extraordinarily difficult."
This is 17 light-years across. This picture cast severe doubts on Newtonian mechanics and Kepler orbits. I need to think more about that distance and number of stars in the cluster.
Another great paper on NGC 3603
Galactic Starburst NGC 3603 from XRay to Radio

A. F. J. Moffat ,1 M. F. Corcoran ,2,3 I. R. Stevens ,4 G. Skalkowski ,1 S. V. Marchenko ,1,5 A. Mücke ,1,6 A. Ptak ,7B. S. Koribalski ,8 L. Brenneman ,3 R. Mushotzky ,3 J. M. Pittard ,9 A. M. T. Pollock ,10 and W. Brandner 11
The Astrophysical Journal, 573:191-198, 2002 July 1
© 2002. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
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This picture was taken on 

2007 October 5 

There is a Zoomable picture from ESO at 

Credit ESO