Astrophysics

1106 Submissions

[6] viXra:1106.0065 [pdf] replaced on 8 Jul 2011

Identify the Nature's Rationality Through Galaxy NGC 6782

Authors: Jin He
Comments: 12 pages.

Weakly interacted galaxies present very simple body structure. They are either three-dimensional objects resembling ellipsoids or flat-shaped disks showing spiral disturbance. Elliptical galaxies present little dust and gas but spiral galaxies demonstrate arms and rings which are characterized by containing a huge amount of dust and gas. Since arms and rings are linear-shaped, the body structure of spiral galaxies may be a textured one as earth-bound materials always are. This led to the concept of rational structure which is based on proportion curves. The proportion curves for normal spiral galaxies are all equiangular spirals which trace or cut through arms consistently. This paper demonstrates the spider-shaped proportion curves for barred spiral galaxies. It shows for the third galaxy NGC 6782 that the curves do trace or cut through arms or rings consistently. More examples of barred galaxies will be studied for the testification of Nature's rationality.
Category: Astrophysics

[5] viXra:1106.0064 [pdf] submitted on 29 Jun 2011

Identify the Nature's Rationality via Galaxy NGC 4665

Authors: Jin He
Comments: 12 pages.

Weakly interacted galaxies present very simple body structure. They are either three-dimensional objects resembling ellipsoids or flat-shaped disks showing spiral disturbance. Elliptical galaxies present little dust and gas but spiral galaxies demonstrate arms and rings which are characterized by containing a huge amount of dust and gas. Since arms and rings are linear-shaped, the body structure of spiral galaxies may be a textured one as earth-bound materials always are. This led to the concept of rational structure which is based on proportion curves. The proportion curves for normal spiral galaxies are all equiangular spirals which trace or cut through arms consistently. This paper demonstrates the spider-shaped proportion curves for barred spiral galaxies. It shows for the fourth galaxy NGC 4665 that the curves do trace or cut through arms or rings consistently. More examples of barred galaxies will be studied for the testification of Nature's rationality.
Category: Astrophysics

[4] viXra:1106.0045 [pdf] submitted on 20 Jun 2011

Identify the Nature's Rationality with Galaxy NGC 4548

Authors: Jin He
Comments: 12 pages.

Weakly interacted galaxies present very simple body structure. They are either three-dimensional objects resembling ellipsoids or flat-shaped disks showing spiral disturbance. Elliptical galaxies present little dust and gas but spiral galaxies demonstrate arms and rings which are characterized by containing a huge amount of dust and gas. Since arms and rings are linear-shaped, the body structure of spiral galaxies may be a textured one as earth-bound materials always are. This led to the concept of rational structure which is based on proportion curves. The proportion curves for normal spiral galaxies are all equiangular spirals which trace or cut through arms consistently. This paper demonstrates the spider-shaped proportion curves for barred spiral galaxies. It shows for the second galaxy NGC 4548 that the curves do trace or cut through arms or rings consistently. More examples of barred galaxies will be studied for the testification of Nature's rationality.
Category: Astrophysics

[3] viXra:1106.0040 [pdf] submitted on 17 Jun 2011

Identifying the Nature's Rationality with Galaxy NGC 3275

Authors: Jin He
Comments: 24 pages. (the final 12 pages are c++ program source file)

Weakly interacted galaxies present very simple body structure. They are either three-dimensional objects resembling ellipsoids or flat-shaped disks showing spiral disturbance. Elliptical galaxies present little dust and gas but spiral galaxies demonstrate arms and rings which are characterized by containing a huge amount of dust and gas. Since arms and rings are linear-shaped, the body structure of spiral galaxies may be a textured one as earth-bound materials always do. This led to the concept of rational structure which is based on proportion curves. The proportion curves for normal spiral galaxies are all equiangular spirals which trace or cut through arms consistently. This paper demonstrates the spider-shaped proportion curves for barred spiral galaxies. It shows for the galaxy NGC 3275 that the curves do trace or cut through arms or rings consistently. More examples of barred galaxies will be studied for the testification of Nature's rationality.
Category: Astrophysics

[2] viXra:1106.0036 [pdf] submitted on 16 Jun 2011

New Patterns in Gauquelin Data

Authors: James Gunasekera
Comments: 11 pages.

We discuss the seven-object criterion and the Quaoar Criterion, and test the hypothesis proposed during discussion on the web forum: the percentage of persons satisfying the Quaoar Criterion must be significantly lower than the expected value for the military men. We discuss the difference between single-bit criteria and summing criteria and then introduce the improved summing seven-object criterion. The Quaoar Criterion, the ISSO Criterion, and 54 similar criteria are applied to all four Gauquelin data sets; we test the hypothesis which is quite similar to Gauquelin's own findings: every planet introduces a unique influence (or correlation), therefore similar criteria containing different planets can be used to distinguish between professional groups (three groups in this study: sportsmen, military men, scientists plus medical doctors). We try to explore thoroughly all cases with deviation outside the range [-3, +3] standard deviations.
Category: Astrophysics

[1] viXra:1106.0035 [pdf] replaced on 2014-01-19 00:18:17

Pioneer Anomaly

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Comments: 6 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

Abstract: Observed locations of pioneer 10 and 11 spacecrafts, after they left solar system, are displaced from their predicted positions in space and the discrepancy, which could not be explained by current physical laws, is termed as ‘pioneer anomaly’. This article attempts to show that noticed discrepancy is an apparent phenomenon, produced by faulty geometry used in contemporary laws of planetary motion. In reality, spacecrafts and external efforts on them behave normally. There is no cause for assumption of strange ‘forces’ or mysterious effects on these spacecrafts.
Category: Astrophysics