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If our local group is traveling around the milkyway at 220km/s and our star is traveling 94.6km/s. Then our sun's speed is 314.6km/s through space in a counter clockwise motion as views from the galactic north pole.
I already gave you the link to the article that shows the speed of the earth at 568,000 mph. That's the 94.6 km/s. How come you say its made up? I even showed you the conversion and you still say it is made up. LOONEY!!
I don't think you can answer my questions because you don't know the answer or are incapable of comprehending the problem. I'm not making this up. Anyone reading this post can see you continually bring nothing to the discussion.
This indicates to me that you are a young child who just took his first class that discusses parallax and can't figure out the rest.
You include a statement that says its all factored in, but you fail to show where. I made it clear that I am referring to stars outside the local group. It appears you do not understand the problem because you FAIL to provide the solution.
I guess I need to find someone who can grasp what I am writing and who can discuss this intelligently without so much avoidance of the issues.
How many times have we gone down the same road with you NOT addressing the issues? Too many. We go no where. You keep us going in circles like a child who doesn't understand.
If you want to prove me wrong, then deal with the issues and keep the personal attacks out of it. It just makes you look stupid.
The part that is confusing is: I read a speed of CW Leonis of 91km/s through the interstellar medium. I also read that its distance is determined by parallax. Seems that this would make the interstellar medium the stationary reference frame since CW is moving through it at this speed.
Since the small parallax of CW is used to calculate its distance and speed, and since you claim our speed is matched and not factored in, the suns speed should be the same, but our local stars are reported to be moving 220km/s around the galactic center. Is this speed 220km/s through the interstellar medium? If so, this indicates that the interstellar medium is moving at a speed of 220 - 91 km/s around the galaxy. This doesn't make sense to me. Can you explain without insulting?