It is still unclear how the picture would change with the "sidereal day
" taken into consideration.
It is there that he took the time to compare the phase of distant ceasium clocks and discovered the periodic phase shift signal with a sidereal day period.
and thus is the sidereal day. This result, like the one of D.
3) there are two peaks--one corresponds to sidereal day
(1436 minutes), the second, which is less expressed, corresponds to solar day (1440 minutes).
A geosynchronous orbit, for those of you who aren't yet conversant, is one with an orbital period of one sidereal day
. This equates to precisely 23 hours, 56 minutes and four seconds - the same orbital period as the earth.
Splitting of the local-time peak in Fig 1c is similar to splitting of the daily period in two peaks with periods equal to solar and sidereal days
and receive the angular oscillation period 1/[[omega].sub.Sun] = 12.7 sidereal days that is the first harmonic of the equatorial rotation period 25.4 days of the Sun.
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.
Mars and Mercury have similar surface gravity accelerations of about 3.7 [ms.sup.-2] that corresponds to an oscillation period of c/3.7 [ms.sup.-2] = 938 sidereal days near the attractor node [64; 2] of the F (1) calibrated on the electron:
The surface gravity acceleration of Jupiter [g.sub.jupiter] = = 24.79 [ms.sup.-2] corresponds to an oscillation period of c/[g.sub.Jupiter] = 140 sidereal days near the main attractor node of the F calibrated on the electron: