Astrophysics

   

Twin Planetary Inertial Reference Frames; an Orbiting ECI frame and Inner Rotating ECRF.

Authors: Peter A Jackson

We propose that the persistent anomalies of Earth's inertial frame with respect to transitions from the barycentric frame and Laser Lunar ranging findings are due to over simplification. Applying the two inertial system rest frames, representing the orbiting and rotating frames, is proposed as being more consistent with findings and able to remove anomalies. Earth's plasmasphere and ionosphere, essentially a single kinetic system of particles, does not rotate but orbits the sun with the planet at 370kps. The dense 'two-fluid' plasma bow shock and magnetotail are the distinctive features of the non rotating system or Earth Centred Inertial (ECI) Frame. Inside this system and across the stratospheres, a zone referred to as the 'ignorosphere' due to our limited exploration, lies the rotating Earth Centred Reference Frame (ECRF) which includes Earth's atmosphere. The 'scattering surface' system mixing zones at the frame transitions, particularly the bow shock effect the transformation with the mechanism of coupling and re-emission at the local c by all particles. The proposal is consistent with the postulates of Einstein Special Theory of Relativity (SR) and is implemented by the Quantum Mechanisms of fermion conjugate pair production (Unruh Effect) and Raman atomic scattering

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