Posts Tagged ‘space’

New Year’s Auroras expected in Northern Europe and Alaska

December 31, 2015

 

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Watch upcoming documentary film “The Resonance” starting Nov. 21 here

November 19, 2015

Link to Trailer and Live Streaming Premiere on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theresonance

Film Premiere Event in Toronto! Buy Your Tickets Here: drlana.com/blog/index.php/the-resonance-film/

From Lana Marconi     Genre Documentary

Duration 2 hours 17 minutes

The evidence for extraterrestrial life on and off earth is substantial and can no longer be ignored. Now that we know without a doubt ETs are present among humans, several questions arise: What is their agenda for humanity? How do humans successfully integrate the ET experience? In “The Resonance” experts not only provide proof of ET life but they also describe a new advanced world humanity is evolving into that includes community with ETs. This expanded reality requires humans to be in resonance with a higher state of consciousness. If humanity fails to choose the higher path, devastating consequences will prevail. As of the year 2015, humanity is at a crucial tipping point of consciousness, what they decide will either place them in resonance with their galactic destiny, characterized by oneness, peace and compassion, or in resonance with their lower identity characterized by pain and suffering. The quality of life humanity chooses to be in resonance with is of paramount concern.

 

"THE RESONANCE" Documentary from Lana Marconi on Vimeo.

Producer’s Website: drlana.com

Australian College Student’s ION drive surpasses NASA

November 1, 2015

An Australian university student has reportedly developed a new kind of ion space drive that absolutely obliterates NASA’s current fuel efficiency record.

Ion drives are propulsion systems that basically work by throwing particles backwards really, really fast in order to propel a spacecraft forward. NASA’s current record holder for fuel efficiency is its High Power Electric Propulsion, or HiPEP, system, which allows 9,600 (+/- 200) seconds of specific impulse, which is pretty impressive. But the new drive developed by University of Sydney PhD student Paddy Neumann has achieved up to 14,690 (+/- 2,000), according to student newspaper Honi Soit.

The is an incredibly exciting claim, but we need to be clear that the results have yet to be published in a peer-reviewed journal, so we need to take them with a proverbial grain of salt. Neumann has, however, applied for a patent and will be presenting his results on 30 September at the 15th Australian Space Research Conference, where we’ll hopefully be presented with some more concrete evidence.

What’s so innovative about the new drive is that it uses a whole new type of fuel. NASA’s HiPEP system runs on xenon gas, but Neumann’s ion drive can instead run on a range of metals, with the best results currently achieved using magnesium.

These types of metals are readily available in space junk, which means that the system could be a whole lot cheaper, and could one day be fuelled using material harvested from old satellites. If we could work out how to do that, it would make things even more affordable, as it would save on the exorbitant cost of carting fuel into space.

The Neumann ion drive works by hitting the fuel source – in this case solid magnesium – with electric arcs, which causes ions to spray off. These ions are then channelled through a thrust-producing magnetic nozzle, resulting in forward propulsion, just like you’d get if you were floating in a pool on a lilo and threw beer cans behind you (because who hasn’t done that?)

“Unlike current industry standard chemical propulsion devices, which operate through short, high-powered bursts of thrust and then coasting, Neumann’s drive runs on a continuous rhythm of short and light bursts, preserving the fuel source but requiring long-term missions,” write Joanna Connolly and Peter Walsh from Honi Soit.

But while the Neumann Drive outperforms NASA’s HiPEP system when it comes to fuel efficiency, it falls short when it comes to acceleration, which means it probably wouldn’t be ideal to power a spacecraft off a planet. But it could easily be paired with other propulsion systems to transport cargo and passengers over long distances without having to stop and refuel.

Neumann told Honi Soit that with some tweaking the system could potentially power a spacecraft to “Mars and back on one tank of fuel”.

For some reason, the University of Sydney’s commercial arm decided not to commercialise the invention, and so the intellectual property has passed back to Neumann two other researchers that were involved in the project. They’ve now applied for a patent under the company name Neumann Space, and are looking to secure funding to further develop the propulsion system. If the claims hold up to further testing, we’re pretty sure that SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, or NASA would be interested.

In a week where we’ve seen a 14-year-old boy persecuted for experimenting with engineering, it’s pretty awesome to hear about a student’s ingenuity leading to the creation of a device that could one day help to transport humanity further through space. We’re looking forward to hearing more about Neumann’s ion drive at the end of the month.

This article was originally published in http://www.sciencealert.com

Closest Earth Match yet out of 4000 sighted exoplanets

July 24, 2015

A reminder, this is just one out of billions here in our local galaxy.

There are millions of these Earth like matches in the Milky Way.

Details about that: https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2014/04/26/number-of-solar-systems-with-life-in-the-milky-way/

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source: http://www.space.com/30030-earth-cousin-kepler-452b-exoplanet-details-infographic.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extractions from Most Recent 1/3rd of Meier/Plejaren Contact Reports Space Related Only

July 16, 2015

A new PDF is now available:

Space Related Excerpts (out of about 1/3rd of the contact reports so far..) Click to visit download:

space excerpts from meier plejaren contact reports part 3 of 3

Clear as day (probably terrestrial human) craft exiting our Moon

June 2, 2015

Quick background: This footage, which was provided to us by a very close friend and confidant of the government worker who procured the video, has told us that not only is it legitimate, but that it is only one of thousands of recordings, taken by a stream privately launched and monitored surveillance systems placed in space under the guise of the GSSAP or Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program. The initiative of the GSSAP according to the head of Air Force Space Command, was to create the system as a “neighborhood watch” for satellites, tracking space objects and relaying data. According to the source, this program, which is actually in use, was like most others simply a cover for more covert initiatives involved with the tracking of off-world phenomenon, and the surveillance of our moon, which is said to be a haven for alien activity as we all well know. We are working on a way in which to gather further information, without exposing the source and any indications that could lead the government to him. My best guess is that the spooks will, if anything, let the footage stay up, but blitz by channel with trolls and other disinformers. So basically, business as usual here at Secureteam. All I can say it that it’s pretty amazing footage, and to us at least, it looks genuine. We’ll post a new video once we actually have something more to post on. Keep the search alive people.

NASA cuts video as object approaches ISS

May 4, 2015

Robotic Telescope Spots 3 Super-Earths In Our Neighborhood

April 29, 2015
 A robotic telescope detected three planets orbiting a nearby star that appear to be “super-sized Earths.”

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Artist’s impression of a view from the HD 7924 planetary system looking back toward our sun. (Photo : Art by Karen Teramura & BJ Fulton, UH IfA.)

“The three planets are unlike anything in our solar system, with masses seven to eight times the mass of Earth and orbits very close to their host star,” said UC Berkeley graduate student Lauren Weiss.

Most planets that have been discovered outside of our solar system have been around the size of Neptune (17 times the mass of Earth) or larger, and most are gaseous. These newly-discovered planets are much smaller, and invisible to the naked eye. They were discovered through observations of their “wobble,” which is created by the gravity of their host star.

“We initially used the APF like a regular telescope, staying up all night searching star to star. But the idea of letting a computer take the graveyard shift was more appealing after months of little sleep. So we wrote software to replace ourselves with a robot,” said University of Hawaii at Manoa graduate student Benjamin “BJ” Fulton.

All three orbiting super-Earths at distance that is closer than Mercury orbits our own Sun, they complete their orbits in only five, 15, and 24 days. The planets are about 54 light-years away from Earth, meaning they are close enough to be considered our neighbors.

The observations of the star, dubbed HD 7924, are the beginning of a systematic survey for super-Earth planets near our own. The research will take place over a period of two years, and will hopefully produce some fascinating discoveries.

“When the survey is complete we will have a census of small planets orbiting sun-like stars within approximately 100 light-years of Earth,” Fulton said.

The findings were published in a recent edition of the Astrophysical Journal.

By Rebekah Marcarelli r.marcarelli@hngn.com | Apr 28, 2015 07:16 PM EDT

source: http://www.hngn.com/articles/88124/20150428/robotic-telescope-spots-3-super-earths-in-our-neighborhood.htm

What NASA May or May Not Know About Mars

April 8, 2015

“…Many years will pass before terrestrial human beings find the proof that their former Ur-Ur-Ur-ancestors came to the SOL system from alien solar and planetary systems to settle on Mars before emigrating to Earth. When they do, the first proof may also be found that mankind’s earliest ancestors — the genetically-manipulated people, or rather their descendants — were refugees and exiles who originated in the Sirius regions. This proof will shake up the scientific community and, even more so, the religious world; it will prompt the need for great changes. That moment will come chiefly when artifacts from a previous human civilization are found on Mars, with pyramids and sculptures such as the so-called Mars faces representing but a mere fraction of the entire discovery.

The findings and the message to terrestrials regarding the discoveries on Mars will be the factors one day in the collapse of the legendary picture the terrestrials’ former ancestors had formed of their heritage. Many negators of the truth will realize with frightening clarity that terrestrial Man did not originate on the planet Earth and, furthermore, he is not the only human life form in the Universe…

Mars star map

Mars star map

…Nonetheless, space exploration will continue and a new world discovered in this process; a new Earth that will be suitable for maintaining human terrestrials.

The actual period when space travel and with its many related discoveries commence will begin already in the very near future, however. Overall, expeditions into space will be successful, e.g., terrestrials will discover, or rather locate, ancient human traces and effects left behind on Mars. This will present sufficient reason for terrestrials to build, furbish and fly new spaceships with even greater ranges into the vastness of space, to make ever greater, more interesting and, especially, more significant discoveries. Initially, these spaceships will travel over relatively long periods of time until propulsion systems are developed that make super-speed space travel without time shifts feasible.

Spaceships reaching velocities above the speed of light, indeed, speeds several million times the speed of light, will one day become the rule. But until this occurs, several hundreds of years, even millennia, will pass. Still, these aforementioned predictions shall occur in the near and somewhat more distant future and mankind will not be kept waiting too much longer; even elderly people alive today will experience the commencement of these predictions.

The discovery, refurbishing and renewed operation of ancient extraterrestrial artifacts and stations on Mars in the not-too-distant future, and much later in other places as well, will be accomplished by our more distant descendants…”

Contact Report 251/602       https://billymeier.wordpress.com/

Other star maps aligned with earth pyramids and mound sites: https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/35-must-see-star-maps-wayne-herschel-the-hidden-records/

Keyword: WCFTSATFM

get the PDF at the above Billy Meier site under the downloads/ebooks section

Mythi update 130

February 13, 2015