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June 6th 08, 02:41 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if? (on man made eclipses)

Ah I wish people would not write like the Chinese,and go from left to
right all the way to the margin. I posted this "What if" a star's light
might to blocked so we could detect the weaker reflected light of a
Jupiter size planet say 250,000,000 miles in orbit. I think the answer
has to be no. Go figure Bert

#2
June 15th 08, 03:32 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if? (Bertism on man made eclipses)

I think it best to have a computer controlled coronagraph showing us the
Sun's corona at all times. We can then keep an eye on the Sun's mass
ejections of charged particles that it sends into space. It would be so
very cheap to do. It could save us billions of bucks Go figure Bert
PS If I have time I will build one

#3
June 24th 08, 02:30 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 Saul Levy Banned First recorded activity by SpaceBanter: Jul 2006 Posts: 21,291
What if? (Bertism on man made eclipses)

One problem, BEERTbrain: The Sun doesn't stay up at night! lmao!

SOHO sat. is already doing just that. I think it's still working...

Saul Levy

On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 10:32:34 -0400, (G=EMC^2
Glazier) wrote:

I think it best to have a computer controlled coronagraph showing us the
Sun's corona at all times. We can then keep an eye on the Sun's mass
ejections of charged particles that it sends into space. It would be so
very cheap to do. It could save us billions of bucks Go figure Bert
PS If I have time I will build one

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