New Research: Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Well Beyond the Moon

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New Research: Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Well Beyond the Moon

Post by Cr6 on Sat Feb 23, 2019 2:29 pm

This finding appears to tie with Mathis' most recent paper on the causes of gravity and charge cycling.

NEW PAPER, added 2/20/19, The Cause of Gravity, the Next Chapter. Possibly the most important paper I have published in several years.
http://milesmathis.com/grav3.pdf

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https://futurism.com/earth-atmosphere-beyond-moon

New Research: Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Well Beyond the Moon

"The Moon flies through Earth's atmosphere."
Victor TangermannFebruary 20th 2019

The Geocorona

A light layer of hydrogen atoms called the geocorona separates Earth’s atmosphere from outer space. And it extends far beyond Earth — much farther than previously believed.

Data collected by NASA and the European space agency’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a spacecraft that launched in 1995 to study the Sun, suggests that this gaseous layer extends up to 391,000 miles (630,000 km) from Earth — which, strikingly, is 50 times Earth’s diameter and almost twice the distance to the Moon.
Water Vapor

And that’s a big deal, because planets with traces of hydrogen in their atmospheres have a much higher chance of containing water on the surface.

“This is especially interesting when looking for planets with potential reservoirs of water beyond our Solar System,” explained Jean-Loup Bertaux, co-author of the paper on the new research and former principal investigator at ESA, in an official press release.

Empty Space

Unfortunately, those extra hydrogen atoms won’t be particularly useful for future missions to the Moon.

“On Earth we would call it vacuum, so this extra source of hydrogen is not significant enough to facilitate space exploration,” said Igor Baliukin of Russia’s Space Research Institute and lead author of the paper.

But they could make future astronomical observations more accurate by allowing astronomers to take the hydrogen atoms and their associated ultraviolet wavelengths into account.

The revelation symbolizes a big win for the SOHO team. “This discovery highlights the value of data collected over 20 years ago and the exceptional performance of SOHO,” said Bernhard Fleck, SOHO project scientist at ESA.

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Re: New Research: Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Well Beyond the Moon

Post by Jared Magneson on Thu Mar 07, 2019 5:13 pm

Perhaps I'm thinking about this too simplistically, but isn't Hydrogen simply a proton and an electron, with or without a neutron or two? I mean we call it a gas and all that, but essentially anywhere we have free protons we would have Hydrogen. And anywhere we have spin-ups from the electron level, we potentially have protons or neutrons and thus, Hydrogen.

I'm not sure that would qualify as an "atmosphere", depending on the density.

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Re: New Research: Earth’s Atmosphere Extends Well Beyond the Moon

Post by Cr6 on Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:19 am

That's the key word here Jared. "atmosphere"

But how much of the Sun's charge field interacts with it? Like charge effects in/beyond the Ionosphere with Hydrogen?

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