lighthouse model

lighthouse model

[′līt‚hau̇s ‚mäd·əl]
(astronomy)
An explanation of superluminal motion wherein a rotating beam from a quasar illuminates stationary clouds that reflect the radio waves to earth, analogous to a lighthouse beacon.
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In contrast to the conceptual lighthouse model, this physical oscillating model is based on the simple physics of thermal and accelerating charged particle radiation and the 5D gravity, and predicts power-time profiles of pulsars that are highly consistent with the measurements and observations.
According to the lighthouse model, the ON phase of the pulsar refers to the beam of radiation pointing to the Earth or the viewer; while the OFF phase refers to the beam of radiation pointing to other directions.
Stern Architects, 2012); the Art Deco Central Library of the Brooklyn Public Library (Alfred Morton Githens & Francis Keally, 1940), with tours of the underground stacks; and the National Lighthouse Museum, with its collection of foghorns, Fresnel lenses, and lighthouse models on Staten Island.