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Originally posted by EverAfter
I am surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet or I may have missed it as I skimmed through the posts, if I did I apologize.
If the cold sun theory is correct then there could be a way to get close to the sun without vaporizing.
Originally posted by agent violet
undo, would that represent heat being emitted from the red areas?
if not, then i'm not too sure what your showing, but please take no offense to my ignorance. does the changing of color hues represent thermal imaging?
Originally posted by undo
well i found something when i put it in paintshop and merely changed the hue from reds/oranges, to greens/blues.
check it out
Originally posted by merka
Excuse me but what is it suppose to be really? Because I totally fail to see the point of it. That's a highlight of the suns corona, yes. JPG compression has smeared it together, true. I dont think one can claim the contrast and dynamic range of the picture to be all that great, I mean its not even in an uncompressed format to begin with: you've already lost most ability to process it.
Originally posted by ArMaP
And after some more changes.
I think it looks even less a UFO formation than before, but that is just my opinion.
Time Slows Down Near Massive Objects. Scientists use radar to bounce off planets and satellites to check for this slowing down effect. The diagram below shows a radar beam sent to Mars and reflected there being curved by the Sun's gravitational field. This extra curved distance, that the radar beam has to go through, delays the signal. This delay can be measured. It agrees with GR's prediction.
Light bends around stars. This bending can be measured. The first measurement that confirmed Einstein's prediction took place in 1919. Scientists wait for the moon to block the Sun and then look for stars that should not be observable unless their light has been bent to come in our direction.