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New article in Experimental Astronomy: Benz et al. "The CHEOPS mission". Exp Astron (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s106...
11/10/2020

New article in Experimental Astronomy:
Benz et al. "The CHEOPS mission". Exp Astron (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-020-09679-4

The CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite (#CHEOPS) is the first S-mission in the ESA - European Space Agency Science Programme, and is dedicated to search for transits of #exoplanets using ultrahigh precision photometry on bright stars already known to host planets.

We are happy to announce the appointment of four new Associate Editors of Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy:Xi...
11/03/2020
Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy

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10/23/2020
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Congrats #OSIRISREx!  Read more about NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission here: Lauretta, D.S., Balram-Knut...
10/21/2020

Congrats #OSIRISREx! Read more about NASA's OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission here:

Lauretta, D.S., Balram-Knutson, S.S., Beshore, E. et al. "OSIRIS-REx: Sample Return from Asteroid (101955) Bennu". Space Sci Rev 212, 925–984 (2017). https://rdcu.be/b8OMG #ToBennuAndBack

The topical collection on “Star Formation” published in Space Science Reviews is currently free to access. Read the edit...
10/14/2020

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The topical collection on “Multi-Point Measurements of the Thermosphere with the QB50 Mission” published in Space Scienc...
10/08/2020

The topical collection on “Multi-Point Measurements of the Thermosphere with the QB50 Mission” published in Space Science Reviews is currently free to access. Read the editorial by Robert T. Wicks & David M. Miles here: https://bit.ly/3i2ciUM

It’s World Space Week! We’ve put together a collection of free articles and chapters related to this year’s theme “Satel...
10/06/2020
World Space Week | Springer

It’s World Space Week! We’ve put together a collection of free articles and chapters related to this year’s theme “Satellites improve life”. Explore our dedicated page and enjoy reading. https://bit.ly/36yyX8Z

World Space Week is an international celebration of science and technology, and their contribution to the betterment of the human condition. It is he

Congratulations to the Nobel Prize Winners 2020!
10/06/2020

Congratulations to the Nobel Prize Winners 2020!

BREAKING NEWS
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics with one half to Roger Penrose “for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity” and the other half jointly to Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez “for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy.”

These three laureates share this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics for their discoveries about one of the most exotic phenomena in the universe, the black hole. Roger Penrose showed that the general theory of relativity leads to the formation of black holes. Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez discovered that an invisible and extremely heavy object governs the orbits of stars at the centre of our galaxy. A supermassive black hole is the only currently known explanation.

Roger Penrose used ingenious mathematical methods in his proof that black holes are a direct consequence of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Einstein did not himself believe that black holes really exist, these super-heavyweight monsters that capture everything that enters them. Nothing can escape, not even light.

In January 1965, ten years after Einstein’s death, Roger Penrose proved that black holes really can form and described them in detail; at their heart, black holes hide a singularity in which all the known laws of nature cease. His ground-breaking article is still regarded as the most important contribution to the general theory of relativity since Einstein.

Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez each lead a group of astronomers that, since the early 1990s, has focused on a region called Sagittarius A* at the centre of our galaxy. The orbits of the brightest stars closest to the middle of the Milky Way have been mapped with increasing precision. The measurements of these two groups agree, with both finding an extremely heavy, invisible object that pulls on the jumble of stars, causing them to rush around at dizzying speeds. Around four million solar masses are packed together in a region no larger than our solar system.

Using the world’s largest telescopes, Genzel and Ghez developed methods to see through the huge clouds of inter-stellar gas and dust to the centre of the Milky Way. Stretching the limits of technology, they refined new techniques to compensate for distortions caused by the Earth’s atmosphere, building unique instruments and committing themselves to long-term research. Their pioneering work has given us the most convincing evidence yet of a supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way.

“The discoveries of this year’s laureates have broken new ground in the study of compact and supermassive objects. But these exotic objects still pose many questions that beg for answers and motivate future research. Not only questions about their inner structure, but also questions about how to test our theory of gravity under the extreme conditions in the immediate vicinity of a black hole,” says David Haviland, chair of the Nobel Committee for Physics.

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09/30/2020

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María J. Rioja & Richard Dodson, "Precise radio astrometry and new developments for the next generation of instruments",...
09/30/2020

María J. Rioja & Richard Dodson, "Precise radio astrometry and new developments for the next generation of instruments", Astron Astrophys Rev 28, 6 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00159-020-00126-z

The topical collection on “Role of Sample Return in Addressing Major Questions in Planetary Sciences” published in Space...
09/29/2020

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09/23/2020

The topical collection on “Ocean Worlds” published in Space Science Reviews is currently free to access. Read the editorial here: https://bit.ly/3iWMham

Living Reviews in Relativity & GRG
08/31/2020

Living Reviews in Relativity & GRG

Just in time for the LISA Mission Symposium XIII:
Barausse, E., Berti, E., Hertog, T. et al.
"Prospects for fundamental physics with LISA".
Gen Relativ Gravit 52, 81 (2020).
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10714-020-02691-1

Today: International Space Science Institute ISSI online seminar on "Venus Express"!Also read the 2018 "Venus III" colle...
08/27/2020

Today: International Space Science Institute ISSI online seminar on "Venus Express"!

Also read the 2018 "Venus III" collection in #SpaceSciRev ed. by Bruno Bézard, Christopher T. Russell, Takehiko Satoh, Suzanne E. Smrekar & Colin F. Wilson: https://link.springer.com/journal/11214/topicalCollection/AC_2be6ce3ade85a8ca6cb138adb26c7055 or the #book version (https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789402419351) #Venus #VEX #VenusExpress

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08/24/2020

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08/13/2020
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This book is a primer on astrophysical hydrodynamics for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, which overviews fundamental dynamical processes in astrophysical objects from the viewpoint of hydrodynamics, magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), and radiation hydrodynamics....

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08/11/2020
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07/27/2020

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Ebb and flow - the result of the rotation of the Earth and gyres Institute of Oceanology, RAS. https://vk.com/ioran Tides are not formed along the entire coast of the seas and oceans, but only on those coasts with a high speed of currents. And the higher the speed of currents along the coast, the higher the amplitude of the tidal wave. On those coasts where the speed of currents is 0 km / h, the amplitude of the tides is also 0 meters. The waters of the lakes, seas and oceans of the northern hemisphere rotate counterclockwise, and the waters of the southern hemisphere rotate clockwise, forming cyclonic gyres. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_gyre As is known, everything that rotates, including the cycles, has the property of a gyroscope, to maintain the vertical position of the axis in space, regardless of the rotation of the Earth. If you look at the Earth from the side of the Sun, the gyres, rotating with the Earth, turn over twice a day, thanks to which the gyres precess (sway by 1-2 degrees) and reflect a tidal wave from themselves along the entire perimeter of the gyre. https://goo.gl/images/M4SJq8 http://goo.gl/AM5g1s The waters of the White Sea rotate counterclockwise, forming a huge gyroscope whirlwind, which precessing reflects the tidal wave along the entire perimeter of the White Sea. A similar pattern of tides is observed in all lakes, seas and oceans. White Sea. http://rivermaps.ru/doc/beloe/beloe-3.htm http://tapemark.narod.ru/more/22.png The waters of the Mediterranean Sea rotate counterclockwise, forming tides 10–15 cm high. In the Gulf of Gabes, off the coast of Tunisia, the height of the tides reaches three meters, and sometimes more, and this is considered one of the mysteries of nature. But at the same time, in the Gulf of Gabes, the cycle rotates, precessing reflecting an additional tidal wave. https://youtu.be/ihM1I5r_MUg The tidal wave in the Amazon River creates a huge planetary circulation with a diameter of several thousand km., Rotating between South America and North Africa, covering the mouth of the Amazon River. The pattern of movement of the tidal wave along the perimeter of the North Atlantic planetary circulation (according to satellite data). http://goo.gl/R1hx0H The length of the tidal wave depends on the diameter of the rotation. The height of the tidal wave depends on the rotation speed of the rotation, the orbital velocity of the Earth and the time of the rotation of the rotation (12 hours). A = V1 • V2 / t Where, A is the amplitude of the tidal wave (precession angle). V1 is the rotation speed of the rotation. V2 is the orbital velocity of the Earth. t is the time of the rollover of the cycle (12 hours). Table of tidal amplitude versus current velocity, on all coasts. 1 km / h - 1 meter. 5 km / h - 5 meter. 10 km / h - 10 meter. 15 km / h - 15 meter. The amplitude of the tides also depends on the size of the gyre, the amount of water under the gyre, the distance from the coast to the gyre, and the direction of the current (north, south, west, east). The number of tides per day depends on the Coriolis force created by the Sun, on the inclination of the Earth’s axis, time of year and time of day. This can be checked with the help of simple experience, if you rotate the globe around the axis and in orbit, entwined along the equator and the meridian with a polyethylene hose in which the fluid moves. The tidal cycle theory can be easily verified by linking the height of the tidal wave with the rotation speed of the gyre. From the height of tides, you can determine the speed of the current along the coast, based on the atlas of sea currents. ------------------- How to understand the fact that the amplitude of the tides in the Bay of Fundy yesterday was 6 meters, and today is 18 meters. What changes have occurred per day, for such a sharp jump. We have two possible answers. 1. For a day, the force of gravity increased three times. 2. During the day, the rotation speed of the rotation has increased three times. A record high tide in the Bay of Fundy - 21.6 meters - occurred only once in the entire history of observations, on the night of 4 to 5 October in 1869. On the night of 4 to 5 October in 1869, under the influence of the Saxby Gale cyclone, a record rainfall fell over the basins of rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy (300 mm in one day), due to which waters from the Bay of Fundy poured into the Bay of Man and increased speed rotation cycle in the Gulf of Maine, three times. During the flood of the rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy, the current speed in the north of the Gulf of Maine rises to 20 km / hour, as a result of which the height of the tides reaches 18 meters. During a drought over the basins of rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy, the amplitude of the tides does not exceed three meters. And the most important question is why in the season of abnormally high tides in the Bay of Fundy, in other bays of the Northern Hemisphere, the amplitude of the tides does not increase? A similar pattern of abnormally high tides is observed in all the bays into which rivers flow. The real-time animation shows how the waters flowing into the Gulf of Maine from the Gulf of Fundy form a cycle that, precessing, reflects the tidal wave in the direction of the Gulf of Fundy. https://earth.nullschool.net/?fbclid=IwAR3fDQD_uF0xgVpETpxVzbrv2xxgzOR0UfAKIEFDHAKoC2jzE-Mpu1lIWMs#current/ocean/surface/currents/equirectangular=-65.27,44.29,3000/loc=-66.405,44.310 https://images.app.goo.gl/hAE4F7kyMQ1mhcAF9 Mezen Bay White Sea tide height reaches 10 m. https://earth.nullschool.net/?fbclid=IwAR245zpmdxn7SmOQdJ7qF9HhRn-54AYSZIChWmA6-0A2rXyJ9y2UivmtlZA#current/ocean/surface/currents/equirectangular=42.30,67.95,3000/loc=44.019,65.946 Tides - table. http://www.prilivy.com The discovery was published in the Russian-German scientific peer-reviewed journal “Eastern European Scientific Journal” No. 3/2015. Page 64. June http://www.auris-archiv.de/journal.html Scientific journal "NBICS-Science. Technologies" No. 4/2018. Page 104. (Nanotechnology Society of Russia). http://www.nanonewsnet.ru/news/2018/vyshel-chetvertyi-nomer-zhurnala-nbiks-naukatekhnologii Continuation, Mechanism of the vertical circulation of the waters of the World Ocean Forum Federal Target Program "World Ocean". http://okeany.com/forum/784.htm Forum Akademgorodok https://forum.academ.club/index.php?showtopic=1080971 French Maritime Forum (Discussion). http://forummarine.forumactif.com/t9357-le-flux-et-reflux-est-le-resultat-de-la-rotation-de-la-terre English forum. "Weather / Earth Sciences". https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=35094.0 German Maritime Forum https://www.forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php?topic=31488.0 ----------------------------------------------------- Criticism of the lunar theory of tides. Why in the equatorial zone the tidal wave height is three times lower than in temperate zones? According to the lunar theory of tides, the earth's crust rises and falls twice a day at a latitude of Moscow with an amplitude of about 20 cm, and the amplitude at the equator exceeds 50 cm (2.5 times more). Then why in the equatorial zone the amplitude of the tides ranges from 0 - 6 meters and in temperate zones from 0 - 18 meters? The highest tides on Earth are formed in the Bay of Fundy in North America - 18 m, at the mouth of the River Severn in England - 16 m, in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel in France - 15 m, in the lips of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, Penzhinskaya and Gizhiginskaya - 13 m , at Cape Nerpinsky in the Mezen Bay - 11 m. If it is logical to argue, at the equator the height of the tide should be 35 - 40 meters. Also, if the Bay of Fundy were located at the equator, the height of the tide would be about 45 meters. The whirlwind theory of tides explains this discrepancy by the absence of gyres, cyclones and anticyclones at the equator. For the formation of gyres, cyclones and anticyclones, the deflecting force of Coriolis is necessary. At the equator, the effect of the Coriolis force is minimal and in the temperate zones, maximum. https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-a0730201f0f095995e9cc6c7c9875519 Information on tides in some ports of the world https://www.krugosvet.ru/enc/Earth_sciences/geografiya/PRILIVI_I_OTLIVI.html The tidal cycle theory can be easily verified by linking the height of the tidal wave with the rotational speed of the gyres. List of seas with an average rotational speed of gyres over 0.5 km / h, and an average tidal wave height of more than 5 cm. Irish Sea, North Sea, Barents Sea, Baffin Sea, White Sea, Bering Sea, Sea of ​​Okhotsk, Arabian Sea, Sargasovo Sea, Hudson Bay, Bay of Man, Alaska Bay, etc. List of seas with an average rotation speed of less than 0.5 km / h and an average tidal wave height of less than 5 cm: the Baltic Sea, Greenland Sea, Black Sea, Sea of ​​Azov, Chukchi Sea, Kara Sea, Laptev Sea, Red Sea, Marmara Sea , Caribbean Sea, Sea of ​​Japan, Gulf of Mexico, etc. Note: the height of the tidal wave (soliton) and the amplitude of the ebb and flow are not the same. https://simple.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_seas Sea of ​​the USSR http://tapemark.narod.ru/more/ ---------------- According to the Static Theory of Tides, the "Moon Tidal Wave" moves from east to west at a speed of 1600 km / hour, skirting the Earth in 24 hours, rubbing the ocean floor and filling only the eastern shores of the continents. But after centuries it was discovered. 1. What does the "Moon tidal wave" flood both the western and southern and northern shores of the continents? 2. That the speed of the tidal wave of 1600 km / h is destructive for both the continents and the marine fauna? 3. What is at the same time across the globe, there are not two tidal humps, but more than a hundred, regardless of the location of the moon? 4. That abnormally high tides for some reason are formed in semi-closed bays, where there is no direct access to the tidal wave. And in the bays open to a tidal wave, tides or not at all, or are they small? https://youtu.be/NqDEaFjIXPw Later, a dynamic model of tides was proposed, allowing for a lag (up to 800 km / h) and tidal-hump turns due to friction on the ocean floor. And to show the magnitude of the backlog of the hump, they introduced an application clock (from 0 to 12). http://ffden-2.phys.uaf.edu/645fall2003_web.dir/Ellie_Boyce/dynamic.htm But the dynamic model of tides does not answer all the questions posed. 1. While the tidal wave makes one revolution around the Earth, the Moon makes two turns, how is the gravitational connection between the Moon and the tidal hump carried out? 2. In order for the "Moon tidal hump" to exist, the heterogeneity of the gravitational field is necessary, and for this, the Moon must be constantly above the hump, otherwise the hump will collapse? 3. If the applied hour is zero, it means that the friction of the tidal wave against the ocean floor is absent, and the wave speed is 1600 km / h, and if the applied hour is 12, it means that the friction reduced the speed of the tidal wave to 800 km / h . Why, in one region there is friction of a tidal wave against the ocean floor, and in another region there isn’t? 4. If the moon created a tidal hump on the Earth, it would not be an ellipse, but a drop. (Gravitational force is added, not compensated)? 5. Tidal waves are synchronized with the daily rotation of the earth and are 50 minutes daily behind. The moon is not synchronized with tidal waves. (The moon is one, and there are hundreds of tidal waves on Earth)? 6. It is believed that the cause of the second moon hump is the barycenter. And what is the cause of the second solar hump? 7. Why high tides are formed not in the new moon, but on the third day after the new moon. (On the third day after the new moon, the Earth's orbital velocity is maximal)? 8. How does the current of the western winds manage to move from west to east, at a speed of 5 km / h, rubbing the ocean floor, while the tidal wave flows from east to west at a speed of 800km / h, rubbing the ocean floor? 9. As the tidal forces of the earth stopped the rotation of the moon, if the side of the moon facing the earth is concave, and the reverse side of the moon is convex. Laser altimeters of the Apollo-15, -17 spacecraft showed that the visible side of the moon lies below the average level, and the invisible side lies above it? 10. In cosmonautics, this is already a proven fact that the area of ​​attraction of the moon is limited to 10 thousand kilometers from the surface of the moon, artificial satellites of the moon with a radius of the orbit of more than 10 thousand km. break out of orbit? 11. Why do tidal waves move strictly along the perimeter of lakes, seas and oceans, and not from east to west, following the moon? 12. Amphidromic point - the center of the cycle https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphidromicheskaya_tochka is it a point in the ocean, where the amplitude of the tidal wave is zero, does the tidal wave “go around” this point around clockwise or counterclockwise? 13. Why are tides on the northern and southern coasts of the seas and oceans three times higher than on the eastern and western coasts, but it should be the other way around? 14. It is believed that abnormally high spring “Tides of the century” with an amplitude of 15 meters in the Gulf of Saint-Malo are formed during the parade of planets, then why there are no abnormally high “Tides of the century” in other bays of the Northern Hemisphere during the parade of planets. Moreover, in some bays of the Northern Hemisphere during the parade of the planets abnormally low “Tides of the Century” occur. (Bay of Fundy, Ungava Bay, Mezen Bay, Penzhinskaya Bay, etc.)? 15. How to explain the fact that in the port of Freemantle in southwestern Australia, the tides of the year are significant and then disappear. Once a year, in the delta of the Northern Dvina, during the spring floods, the ebb and flow of the mysteriously disappear for several days, sometimes for a week, and this is considered one of the mysteries of nature? 16. Why in the White Sea tides are 100 times higher than in the Baltic Sea. The height of the tides in the White Sea is 10 meters, and in the Baltic 10 cm? 17. Why, during droughts, over the basins of the rivers flowing into the White Sea, anomalously low tides are formed? 18. On which theory did the Chinese tidal calendar of 1100 rely? The editorial staff is ready to withdraw the article if an objective critical review is written. Scientific journal "NBICS-Science. Technologies" http://www.rusnor.org/pubs/articles/15638.htm Rule of revocation (retraction) of the article from publication https://rasep.ru/sovet-po-etike/pravilo-otzyva-retragirovaniya-stati-ot-publikatsii