Classical Physics

   

Measurements of Variations in the Direction of Light Beam

Authors: Georgy Nikitin

Periodical (-20"..0") and “random (-46"..+15") deflections of the light beam relative to the Earth surface were measured on the distance of 1.52 m during 109 days. The systematic non-refractional deflection of light beam down to the center of the Earth with average value of 11".6 was discovered. The atmospheric refraction coefficient k was considered to be stable and equal to 0.14±0.05. The absolute optical gravimeter was suggested for the forecast of major earthquakes. It was determined that the Moon phases have impact on long-period deflections with two days lag.

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[v1] 2012-05-08 14:24:08
[v2] 2012-09-03 09:48:45

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