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Black hole fireworks in nearby galaxy

Astronomy Magazine - Thu, 07/03/2014 - 04:00
A new study estimates that shock waves from M106’s supermassive black hole have already warmed and ejected two-thirds of the gas from the galaxy’s center.
Categories: Astronomy

A stellar womb shaped and destroyed by its ungrateful offspring

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 07/02/2014 - 20:00
Astronomers have imaged the little-known cloud of cosmic gas and dust Gum 15, which is home to hot young stars that eventually will destroy their parent nebula.
Categories: Astronomy

Batido Heterodino

RS2 Fora Comments - Wed, 07/02/2014 - 12:13

This is an experiment with a receiver in the band 88-108 MHz intermediate frequency of 10.5 MHz (heterodyne) and a small transmitter only 0.1 watts in the same band and tuned to the same frequency as the receiver, but moved 0.002 MHz and separated a few meters from the receiver. Both the sender and receiver are classic, resonant LC circuit, not synthesized or obtained by multiplying frequency integrated circuits. And some separate transmitter receiver meters.

The resultant of the two frequencies, so close is the frequency subtraction, which falls in the audible noise is heard in the receiver at low volume, producing a beat frequency of 0 Hz to 20,000 Hz, associated with a pulse lasts for tens of minutes.

The change of frequency would in principle due to the variation of the dielectric constant of the medium, such as the humidity of the surrounding air or the magnetic permeability, by surrounding metal objects.

The relationship with the Reciprocal System, serious relationship with the maximum electromagnetic 2803.6 sec period. (48 min.) And its first harmonics.

But it should be extended to more thoughts:


Batido heterodino


Este es un experimento con un receptor en la banda 88-108 MHz con frecuencia intermedia de a 10.5 MHz (heterodino) y un pequeño transmisor de sólo 0.1 vatios en la misma banda y en sintonía con la misma frecuencia que el receptor, pero desplazado 0.002 MHz y  separado algunos metros del receptor. Tanto el emisor como el receptor son clásicos, de circuito de resonancia LC, no sintetizado ni obtenido por circuitos integrados multiplicadores de frecuencia. Y separados emisor receptor algunos metros.

La resultante de las dos frecuencias, tan próximas, es la frecuencia resta,  que cae en el audible, se oye ruido en el receptor a un volumen bajo, produciendo una frecuencia de batido de 0 Hz a 20000 Hz., asociada con un pulso que dura decenas de minutos.

El cambio de frecuencia seria en principio, debido a la variación de la constante dieléctrica del medio, tales como la humedad del aire circundante o la permeabilidad magnética, por objetos de metal circundantes.

La relación con el Sistema Recíproco, seria la relación con el periodo máximo electromagnético 2803.6 seg.  (48 min.) y sus primeros armónicos.

Pero cabe extenderse a más reflexiones:

http://www.orene.org/reich/batido% 20heterodino.htm




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Reborn carbon mission launches after five-year wait

Physics World - Wed, 07/02/2014 - 05:06
$465m Orbiting Carbon Observatory will map carbon sources and sinks
Categories: Conventional Science

<i>Astronomy</i> magazine writer wins planetary science journalism award

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 07/02/2014 - 04:00
Contributor James Oberg wins the 2014 AAS Jonathan Eberhart Planetary Sciences Journalism Award for his December 2013 Astronomy article, “Torrid Mercury’s icy poles.”
Categories: Astronomy

NASA launches carbon mission to watch Earth breathe

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 07/02/2014 - 04:00
The Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 soon will begin a mission to locate sources of and storage places for atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Categories: Astronomy

Merging galaxies illuminate the cosmic food chain

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 07/01/2014 - 19:00
Scientists studying a “twin” of the Milky Way have used the W. M. Keck Observatory and Subaru Observatory to accurately model how it is swallowing another smaller galaxy.
Categories: Astronomy

batido heterodino

RS2 Fora Comments - Tue, 07/01/2014 - 15:22

Este es un experimento con un receptor en la banda 88-108 MHz a 10,5 MHz heterodino y un pequeño transmisor de sólo 0,1 vatios en la misma banda y en sintonía con la misma frecuencia que el receptor se movió un rango de 0.002 MHz Tanto el emisor como el receptor son clásicos , no sintetizados u obtenidos por circuitos de resonancia LC frecuencia de circuitos multiplicadores de frecuencia. Y a pocos metros separan.

La resultante de las dos frecuencias se oye ruido en el receptor a un volumen delgado, produciendo una frecuencia de batido de 0 Hz a 20000 SS. asociada con un pulso de minutos.

El cambio de frecuencia es debido a la primera variación de la constante dieléctrica del medio, tales como la humedad del aire circundante o la permeabilidad magnética, por objetos de metal circundantes.

La relación con el Recíproca, sistema de graves que se mide de baja frecuencia sector de material electromagnético y sus primeros armónicos.

Pero debe extenderse a más reflexiones:


http://www.orene.org/reich/batido% 20heterodino.htm


Receptor de la ONU Se Trata de Con experimento ONU en la banda 88-108 MHz  heterodino un 10,5 Mhz y sin Pequeño emisor de apenas 0,1 watio en La Misma banda y sintonizado en La Misma Frecuencia Que el receptor desplazado sin INTERVALO de 0002 MHz.  Tanto emisor hijo del receptor de como circuitos clásicos de resonancia LC, no sintetizados ni de frecuencia obtenida porción circuitos multiplicadores de frecuencia. Metros UNOS Y ESTAN Separados.

La Resultante de las dos Frecuencias se Escucha un Nivel sonoro en el receptor de un tenue volumen un, produciéndose la ONU from batido de frecuencia 0 Hz. Hasta 20.000 SS. Con Una pulsación Asociada de Minutos De DURACIÓN.

La Variación de frecuencia en Principio SE DEBERIA a la Variación de la constante dieléctrica del Medio porción EJEMPLO HUMEDAD del aire circundante o bien de la permeabilidad magnética, POR Objetos Metálicos circundantes.

La Relación Con El Sistema Reciproco, Seria de Que estuviese Midiendo la Frecuencia Minima electromagnética del sector materiales armónicos de Primeros suspensiones y.

A Pero CABE extenderse un mas elucubraciones:

http://www.orene.org/reich/batido% 20heterodino.htm




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Deborah Jin bags Isaac Newton Medal

Physics World - Tue, 07/01/2014 - 08:27
JILA physicist honoured for pioneering work on ultracold atoms
Categories: Conventional Science

Rosetta's comet "sweats" two glasses of water per second

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 07/01/2014 - 04:00
Scientists were surprised at how early the spacecraft detected water vapor outgassing from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Categories: Astronomy

Organic conundrum in Large Magellanic Cloud

Astronomy Magazine - Mon, 06/30/2014 - 18:00
A group of organic chemicals may hold clues on how carbon-rich chemicals created in stars are processed and recycled in space.
Categories: Astronomy

alternating current and inductance

RS2 Fora Comments - Mon, 06/30/2014 - 12:58



Alternating current and inductance


Miles says  current doesn't alternate and inductance is bunk


Categories: RS2 Research

Laser shines a new light on isotope separation

Physics World - Mon, 06/30/2014 - 09:34
Energy-efficient technique could be adapted for medical use
Categories: Conventional Science

Puffing Sun gives birth to reluctant eruption

Astronomy Magazine - Mon, 06/30/2014 - 04:00
Sun-gazing spacecraft have spotted an unusual series of eruptions in which fast puffs forced the slow ejection of a massive burst of solar material from the Sun's atmosphere.
Categories: Astronomy

Browns Gas (HHO, oxyhydrogen)

RS2 Fora - Sun, 06/29/2014 - 17:10

A couple of months ago, ISUS purchased the assembled ER-50 Brown's Gas electrolyzer from Eagle Research (George Wiseman). Mounting brackets by Rainer Huck.

Initially, we had problems with the machine operation, which was producing a lot of foam and pushing the electrolyte out of the cells. I contacted George Wiseman with a description of the problems and I am pleased to say he was very responsive and helpful in correcting the situation and getting the machine up and working. (He was also a couple weeks early on delivery, so that was nice, too.)

The basic problem was contamination of the electrolyte from a brownish goo that was apparently a residue from the metal plating. The solution involved basically burning it off. I ran the machine for some time, cleaning out the brown goo that would float to the top of the tower. After it stopped producing it in large quantities, I emptied the electrolyte, flushed the machine with distilled water and re-filled with a clean solution. It has been working good since then--no foam, the electrolyte is now clear, looking through the tubing, and turns white when in operation.

When the machine was contaminated, we did not find any unusual properties--just the typical hydrogen and oxygen gas. After the cleanup, we were still getting primarily the hydrogen and oxygen gas. Moray B. King was visiting last weekend and I showed him the machine (he was the one that suggested we obtain this from Eagle Research) and said that Brown's Gas should be visible as a vapor, which it was not. I checked the machine over for faults and found none, and just for the heck of it, placed a couple of Thorium-232 discs on the tower piece (Geiger counter calibration discs), thinking that the excitation might have some effect. I was making some lunch, then turned around and noticed that "steam" was coming out of the machine--but it was cold--a vapor, not steam--the Brown's Gas that Moray described.

The machine now produces the gas shortly after startup, without any radiative assist. Looks like something may have just needed a little priming, but I do not know what at this time. I am continuing to clean the machine of any remaining plate residue, and the cleaner the electrolyte gets, the better the machine works.

I've been running some tests on the gas for the last couple of weeks and have developed an RS-based model of what is going on. I will post what I have found after I get some photos and diagrams made up.

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New Antenna Design

RS2 Fora Comments - Sun, 06/29/2014 - 11:10

Rainer has come up with a spherical antenna structure, designed to amplify the electric field effect. The idea was to increase the surface area, which will increase the electric field while distributing the RF energy in a more spherical pattern, rather than radial, to lessen the possibility of interference.

We went to great expense, using stainless steel mixing bowls from Bed, Bath and Beyond.

The sphere on the left is the receiver, which is designed as a capacitor with a dielectric between the halves and an internal coil to make the resonant frequency near the 2-meter transmit frequency (which also helps eliminate noise, which is considerable here in the city).

The right sphere is the transmitter, just two bowls bolted together.

We initially tried to put them on the pole setup from the last experiment, but they were a bit too heavy and kept tipping over. Made some quick pedestals, but the results were only showing the speed of light in all tests, indicating that the RF was dominant. Some checks indicated that the dielectric field was just jumping to ground (only 2 inches away), so we've made some extension pipes to get them up higher and will re-run the tests this evening.

Also, I took some photos of Rainer's vacuum tube experiments that are described in his papers, so you can see what they look like. We may try to fire these up again as well, now that there is much better technology available than there was in 1979.

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