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By Henryk Szubinski
THE BASICS OF THE DATA AND TELEMETRY OF THE BASIS IN DISPLACEING A VALUE THAT HAS ITS BASIS IN THE SECTIONINGS OF THE GENERAL DATA AS BEING THE VALUES IN WHICH THE FULL FORM OF THE RELATED TO FULL RESONS FOR VECTORS THROUGH A PLANET SUCH AS EARTH
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so that the x/y = 1
and the y /x = 1
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and the cognitive right hemisphere of the related to
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where the x/y = a specific value that is affirmative of the alteration of rotation such as a pulsar which will give affirmatives to the point as similar to y/x values and their singularity = 1 usage by the 1/,1/3,1/4 based parameter of a flattened relative view:
polar flattening degree of rotation of pulsars
(The estimated polar radius of this star is 2.26 ± 0.02 solar radii, while the equatorial radius …With the viewing angle and rotation rate of Vega now better known, … which results in angular movement of a degree every 11000 years. …
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I understand that pulsars are neutron stars with polar beams (jets? …. to the Wiki article which explains that the axis of rotation and …
Also found in: Dictionary/thesaurus, Wikipedia, Hutchinson, 0.03 sec. …. This rapid rotationresults in polar flattening of 2% to 10%, giving the planets an … Spurred on by the discovery of three bodies orbiting a pulsar by radio astronomers in ….. For the other giant planets, thedegree to which the measured …
The Pulsar astronomy network. (http://www.pulsarastronomy.net/wiki/). − ATNF PulsarCatalog … tributed in annular rings on the polar cap. Each of these rings gives rise … cies and show that the spectrum flattens at frequencies lower than ….. β : Impact angle between the rotation axis and the line of sight …
This rapid rotation results in polar flattening of 2% to 10%, giving the planets … Spurred on by the discovery of three bodies orbiting a pulsar by radio ….. which boasts the second smallest axial tilt of all planets at 3.1 degrees. ….. View this article at Wikipedia.org – Edit this article at Wikipedia.org ..
11 Nov 2010 … and y = force of a incline boost that has taken the 45 degree spread … the law of pulsar rotations or any basic high velocity rotation … a angle that is its polar motion motivator for the polarity at a larger tan angle value of … Home of Wiki & Reference Answers, the world’s leading Q&A site …
12 Feb 2010 … However, rotation can be forced into the superfluid with the creation of …. Yet the extreme magnetic field of the pulsar itself dramatically disrupts the inner … disks to quasars is entirely a matter of degree, not kind. … In AWT polar jets of black holes are an extreme example of
the responsive angle Tan as the example of a 3.2 degree rotataion of a planetary system would in the case of a black hole relate to the opposed motion in the alternate vector orbits so that searching for a super system sized planet with a sattelite would imply a system of measurement relativity of the definitions of flattened planarity
or as the larger star in a multiple value in the opposite vector direction so that a star doing 3.2 would have a black hole doing 6.4 degrees rotationality in the opposite vector dirction of a planet
This permits a degree of freedom, namely rotation about the propagation direction. …..masers, pulsar radio radiation) and is also imposed upon starlight by scattering from interstellar dust. … Related to the sky compass is the “polar clock”, invented by Charles … It uses material from the this Wikipedia article.
because of rotation of the emission region with the pulsar. …. Figure 1.6: Schematic view of the vacuum gap model at the polar cap of a pulsar, according ..
One is the measurements of the many millisecond pulsars, which would show a …..Precession is the result of the angular velocity of rotation and the angular … The earth with its mountains, oceans, polar ice caps, flat south pole, … moves from 22.1 degrees to 24.5degrees and back again on a 41000-year cycle.
this implies the difference of degrees = 24.5-22.1 = 2.4 degrees meaning that a star is rotating in the positive vector with a star going black hole event at 4.8 degrees in the opposite vector direction of the rotating star
THIS CAN BE DONE WITH ALL PLANETARY AND STELLAR DATA to define the positionality of equated or >EQUALISED VECTORS of the dark matter side on which a star or planet goes over to the other side
22 Feb 2010 … From (The Plasma Universe Wikipedia-like Encyclopedia) … layer one can consider the vacuum gap at the magnetic polar cap of a pulsar. …
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