The surface gravity acceleration of Saturn [g.sub.Saturn] = = 10.4 m/[s.sup.2] corresponds with an oscillation period of c/gSaturn = 334 sidereal
days that is in the range of the duration of lightning storms on Saturn which appear once every 30 Earth years.
decomposition of the Hamiltonian (5) can be used to show that the probability will also exhibit sidereal
variations, one of the key signatures of Lorentz violation.
The goal of the Modified Sidereal
Filter (MSF) is the elimination of all effects influencing the position solutions, which occur periodically with the satellite constellation (e.g.
It's called sidereal
or Vedic astrology, and it's popular in India.
While trying to understand the physical mechanisms of information transfer in anomalous cognition (AC), I analyzed published information on remote viewing and ganzfeld responses in relation to local sidereal
time (LST), that is, the position of the subjects on the earth relative to the fixed stars in the sky.
Thus easily can Earth digest A cinder of sidereal
fire, And make her translunary guest The native of an English shire The moss, wind, and rain are thus "digest[ing]" the meteorite, in a metaphor, or making it "native" to England, in another.
The main instrument of the Parkes is its 64m movable dish, second largest in the southern hemisphere and one of the first large movable dishes in the world.telescope is designed to track radio sources across the sky at a sidereal
rate (four minutes shorter than a normal day).
Galileo's Sidereus nuncius, or, A sidereal
peripheral, sidelong, slightly sidereal
view, as if a star the size of a
His famous publication, the Sidereus Nuncius or Sidereal
Messenger was of course published in 1610.
One of the exhibits is a 1771 sidereal
clock which Catherine the Great of Russia decided not to buy after having it on approval at St Petersburg.
The editor provides useful background on his life and works, from The Sidereal
Messenger (1610) to excerpts from The Two New Sciences (1638).