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lundi 2 décembre 2013

Can we discover that, tonight, the Moon is almost BEFORE the Earth (Chang'e3, Yutu, HAAR (Hypothesis Ain Al Rami) and Newton's absolute speeds




JEUDI 28 NOVEMBRE 2013Chang'e 3: LETTRE OUVERTE AUX SCIENTIFIQUES CHINOIS: un protocole Yutu pour connaitre notre vitesse absolue et notre direction dans l'universpar Yanick Toutain
Ce courrier s'adresse prioritairement à "L'actuel administrateur de l'agence () Chen Qiufa, nommé en 2010. Jin Zhuanglong et Luo Ge ont été nommés vice-administrateurs en 2005." (China National Space Administration)
Messieurs
Il y a trois ans, dans un article publié sur RevActu -(dont le site internet du "quotidien du peuple" n'avait pas jugé bon d'en porter connaissance du contenu à ses lecteurs) - je m'étais moqué dugaspillage des ressources du programme spatial chinois.
Si nos Cousins Chinois voulaient réellement apporter une contribution décisive à la science, ils commenceraient par aller relire Isaac Newton en utilisant la philosophie de VI. Lénine.
Ils comprendraient que cette sonde aurait pu être utilisée avec un tout autre usage : celui de discréditer définitivement la philosophie Mach-Poincaré-Berkeley cachée à l'intérieur de la non-science einsteinienne.
Une fusée lancée en direction de la Lune pourrait faire SIMULTANÉMENT des photos de la Terre et de la Lune.
Les diamètres respectifs (VISIBLES) de la planète et de son satellite permettraient de CALCULER quelle est notre VITESSE ABSOLUE.
Ces deux photons prises simultanément depuis la fusée viendraient en complément des photos prises (au même moment) depuis la Terre.
Photos de la Lune depuis la Terre, photos de la Terre depuis la Lune, photos de la Lune et de la Terre prises au même moment depuis la fusée suffiraient à démontrer que Isaac Newton avait raison : Les "vitesses absolues" sont la clé de la science matérialiste.
Les images des photos sont des troupeaux de photons qui se déplacent EN MÊME TEMPS que le récepteur de l'image se déplace....
Là est la clé de la construction d'une science néo-newtoniste.
Les chercheurs chinois qui ont mis en œuvre l'expérience de "la sonde lunaire chinoise Chang'e II" ont gaspillé des ressources humaines inutilement....
On peut supposer que le poids du lobby réactionnaire des partisans de Einstein, l'influence de la secte einsteiniste est aussi puissant en Chine qu'en France....
La révolution mettra bon ordre à tout cela...."
Je signalais à nouveau ce que j'avais écrit en 2008 : le fait qu'il était possible, à partir de la surface de la Lune, de prouver ou d'infirmer une partie des thèses de Isaac Newton.
http://monsyte.blogspot.fr/2008/10/la-chose-en-soi-explique-par-lnine-dans.html


"mon commentaire (13/10/2010)
"Il est à espérer que des matérialistes chinois réussissent à convaincre les responsables de la fusée chinoise sur la Lune de simplement prendre des photos de la Terre depuis la Lune - au moment où des photos "symétriques" seront faites de la Lune depuis la Terre. (...)


If HAAR* (Hypothesis Ain Al Rami) is the good explanation, the Moon will be almost BEFORE the Earth tonight 2013 december 3 0H24 UT
And the photons going from the Earth to the Moon will travel 1/60 longer.
Because the Moon runs off the signal coming from the Earth.

Perhaps 2014 jan 1 Yutu Chang'e 3 will take photographs of the Earth at the same time the Earth will take photographs of the Moon.
To compare the sizes of Earth and Moon
+1/60 and -1/60
Ain Al Rami is in Sagittarius.
One star is Sgr nu1

According to HAAR, during the new Moon, 2013 dec 3, the Moon will be BEFORE the Earth.
(Earth is approaching the point of perihelion)
And full moons when the Earth is at aphelion, the Moon is ALSO BEFORE the Earth.



The HAAR Hypothesis Ain Al Rami is based on some arbitrary hypothesis

1° The distance Sun-Earth is constant
2° The Sun travel in the direction of Ain Al Rami
3° The materialism is the only scientifical explanation
4° The Earth don't give any cinetic movement to the photons (they leave the Earth with an absolute speed 299792458 m/s)

Then, the consequences are
1° The aphelion point is only an optical illusion
2° The photon must travel more. 60/59 more for the photographs (of the following body) taken from the 1st body 60/61 for the photographs taken from the 2nd


detail : When Moon sees the Earth and the Moon is BEFORE then
The travel of the photon from the pole of the Earth to the pole of the Moon is
C*t = L + S*t (C = speed of light, S = speed of Earth and Moon in vaccuum, L is the real lengh between Earth and the Moon)
Then t = L / (C-S)
and C*t = L / (1- S/C)
If C/S=60 then
C*t = L/( 1 -1/60) = L*60/ (60-1) = L * 60/59





The picture is build with the software Redshift









Thanks to the tweeter

I'VE SEEN

Cameras
There are two panoramic cameras on the mast of the Chang'e 3 rover, along with two navigation cameras (also on the mast) and two hazard avoidance cameras (installed on the lower front portion of the rover).[22]

AND THIS SITE (but nothing about ABSOLUTE SPEEDS OF ISAAC NEWTON)
IN THIS ARTICLE

Chang'e 3 - Mission OverviewMission Updates

(...)

Moon-Based EUV Camera

The Chang’e 3 lander also carries a camera that makes observations in the Extreme Ultraviolet band to observe the Earth’s plasmasphere. The plasmasphere is located within Earth’s magnetosphere and consists of low-energy (low-temperature) plasma located above the ionosphere. The outer boundary of the plasmasphere, the plasmapause, is characterized by a sudden drop in plasma density by the order of one magnitude.
The plasmasphere has been known for relatively well organized particle motion due to the geomagnetic field causing the plasmasphere to corotate with Earth. Recent observations of the plasmasphere, however, are pointing to density irregularities caused by a number of processes. Also, recent observations have shown that the plasmasphere does not always corotate.

Observations of the plasmasphere are possible by detecting resonantly scattered solar radiation at 30.4nm caused by plasmaspheric He+-Ions. He+ is the second most abundant ion in the plasmasphere making up 15% of total plasma density so that measurements of He+ can be used to measure overall plasmaspheric properties such as density and temperature.

The Moon-based EUV Camera of Chang’e 3 has a field of view of 16 degrees and a high angular resolution of 0.1 degree and a temporal resolution of 10 minutes. The camera head is installed on the top deck of Chang’e 3. Studying the 30.4nm radiation from the Moon allows Chang’e 3 to observe the entire plasmasphere including plasmapause and plumes on a global scale to examine its structure and dynamics.

Images provided by Chang’e 3 are put through an algorithm to create three-dimensional models of Earth’s plasmasphere.
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Image: NASA

Plasmasphere Torus

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Image: NASA

Plasmaspheric Plume

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Image: Jerry Goldstein/SwRI


Lander Cameras

In addition to the primary instruments, the Chang’e 3 lander also includes a series of cameras. Three panoramic cameras are installed on the lander, facing different directions to allow the lander to acquire images of the lunar terrain surrounding the landing site and take photos of the rover as it departs the landing site. Exact technical details for the cameras were not released. Camera technology tested on previous missions that is expected to be employed on Chang’e 3 include auto-exposure, high-speed compression of color imagery and static gray image, and sub-sampling methods.
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Image: CAST
Micro-CMOS Camera
In addition to its three Pancams, the lander is equipped with a single Descent Camera that was tested on the Chang’e 2 spacecraft. The Micro-CMOS camera provides images of 1,280 by 1,024 pixels during the descent to the lunar surface. Details such as exposure times and frame rate have not been given.

The nadir-facing camera is expected to be active when the lander is hovering 100 meters above the surface of the Moon, taking images of the landing site to help rover mission planners to select drive routes later in the mission. The camera is likely taking images all the way down to the surface as the lander makes its constant low velocity descent to an altitude of 4 meters for engine shutdown.

Previous Chang’e missions also included a range of engineering cameras to obtain images and video of important activities of the spacecraft such as solar array deployment and main engine burns. Whether Chang’e 3 also includes such cameras is unknown.

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