posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 03:22 AM
reply to post by mcsandy
Hi, thank you, I was born in Atlanta; Siblings live there in the PeachTree/Buckhead area.
These pictures were supposed to be included in another thread; I screwed that up badly. They are separated for this reason, here is that thread;
12-21-2012 and the Mayan Calendar (sorry about the last thread everyone)
Our Sun crosses the galactic plane from our perspective 2 times a year. In our life time, we have been able to track it through the summer and winter
solstices. This has occurred during the same months for many hundreds of years; in June and December. The day changes and the time changes 1 day for
every 111 years according to the research I have done. For the month to change, using 30 days, you have this: 111x30 = 3330 days which would take
9.123years or 111/12 = 9.25; to occur.
In the left hand corner you will see Sun or Earth; the red markings in the picture will reflect that. At the bottom left corner you will see the
location they are being viewed from; different locations on Earth and various planets. Then you will see to the bottom middle FOV; this is field of
view ( tried to stay around 57degrees). Next to that you will see the date and time stamped.
Most of these pictures have an orange line that says galactic plane. I tried to demonstrate how the Sun, Earth, constellations and planets behaved in
different years and different locations with regard to the galactic plane.
The other thread I did talks about this in detail.
Take care and much love.