Salen a la luz todas las anomalías del cosmos, tipificadas con códigos que evidencian el conocimiento de las pruebas incómodas.


Recopilamos seguidamente, el catálogo de anomalías tipificadas por los responsables de ocultarnos la información científica.

Todos los códigos, se corresponden con anomalías de observación, procedentes de estudios de Departamentos, Universidades Colaboradoras de las Agencias Espaciales y artículos retirados de las publicaciones científicas, “Nature, Science, NewScientist etc.”

Junto al código aparece la razón por la que corresponde retirar la información o censurar el correspondiente dossier científico.

En este momento, tenemos evidencias de todo ese material.Dado el ingente volúmen de documentación científica, reproducimos aquí el listado de todas las anomalías y los códigos de las mismas, para posteriormente ir analizando las más significativas.

Observen que claramente existen pruebas que demuestran todas y cada una de las evidencias incómodas aquí trtadas, y otras muchas que aún no hemos podido tratar. El hecho de que estén tipificadas con código de evento, implica la inmediata retirada del análisis, documento y/o fotografía que contenga alguna de las siguientes anomalías:

  AA   ASTEROIDS

AAB CELESTIAL MECHANICS PROBLEMS WITH ASTEROIDS

  • AAB1   Anomalous Asteroid Orbits
  • AAB2   Asteroid Distribution Anomalies
  • AAB3   The High “Internal Energy” of the Asteroid Population
  • AAB4   Peculiar Distribution of Asteroid Spin Rates
  • AAB5   Unexplained Residual Precession of Icarus
  • AAB6   Evidence against an Explosive Origin for Asteroids
  AB   SOLAR SYSTEM “LAWS” AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS

ABB DYNAMICS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM AS-A-WHOLE

  • ABB1   Solar-System Instability
  • ABB2   Circularity of Planetary Orbits
  • ABB3   Anomalous Split of Angular Momentum between Sun and Planets
  • ABB4   Ubiquity of Resonances in the Solar System

ABS REMARKABLE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PLANETARY AND SATELLITE PARAMETERS

  • ABS1   Solar System Laws of Distance
  • ABS2   Similarity of Densities of Composite Terrestrial Planets
  • ABS3   Multiple Primaries in the Solar System
  • ABS4   Supposed Quantization of Planetary Orbital Periods
  • ABS5   Solar System Mass Laws
  • ABS6   The Quantized Nature of Orbital Systems
  AC   COMETS

ACB ORBITAL ANOMALIES OF COMETS

  • ACB1   The Appearance of Comets in Cycles
  • ACB2   Nonrandom Direction-of-Approach of Comets to the Sun
  • ACB3   New Comets Have Almost Critical Velocity
  • ACB4   Sun-Grazing Comets: The Kreutz Group
  • ACB5   Changing Cometary Periods
  • ACB6   Jupiter’s Family of Comets
  • ACB7   Low-Eccentricity Cometary Orbits
  • ACB8   The Scarcity of Hyperbolic Orbits
  • ACB9   Cometary Groups
  • ACB10 Orbits of New Comets Diverge from Common Point
  • ACB11 Excess of Retrograde Long Period Comets
  • ACB12 Uranus-Neptune Region Favored as Comet Source
  • ACB13 Cometary Perturbations Suggestive of Planet X
  • ACB14 Rapid Attrition of the Oort Cloud by Molecular Clouds
  • ACB15 Dynamical Improbability of the Oort Cloud

ACO OBSERVATIONAL ANOMALIES OF COMETS

  • ACO1   Two-Dimensional Comet Tails
  • ACO2   Cometary Activity Far from Solar Influence
  • ACO3   Comets without Nuclei
  • ACO4   Absence of Meteorites from Comet-Related Showers
  • ACO5   Contraction of Cometary Comas as the Sun is Approached
  • ACO6   Unexplained Abundance of Short-Period Comets
  • ACO7   Persistence of Long-Period Comets Despite Attrition from Molecular Clouds
  • ACO8   Seriality of Cometary Apparitions
  • ACO9   Multiple Tails and Antitails
  • ACO10 Ejection of Spherical Halos
  • ACO11 Correlation of Terrestrial Auroras and the Phenomena of Distant Comets
  • ACO12 Blinking Comets
  • ACO13 The Anomalous Disappearance of Comets
  • ACO14 Anomalous Brightening of Short-Period Comets
  • ACO15 Comet Reflectivities Are Similar to Those of Asteroids
  • ACO16 Some Cometary Light Curves Resemble Those of Asteroids
  • ACO17 New Comets Exhibit Different Brightening Behavior Than Old Comets
  • ACO18 Anomalous Splitting of Comets
  • ACO19 Tail-Wagging Comets
  • ACO20 Cometary Outbursts
  • ACO21 Comet Attrition Rates Imply Youth
  • ACO22 No Ices in Cometary Reflection Spectra
  • ACO23 The Blackness of Cometary Nuclei

ACX OCCULTATIONS BY COMETS

  • ACX1   Cometary Tails: Anomalous Occultations of Radio Stars
  AE   ENIGMATIC OBJECTS

AEO BRIGHT ENIGMATIC OBJECTS

  • AEO1   Bright Objects near the Sun
  • AEO2   Starlike Objects with Anomalous Motions
  • AEO3   Unexplained Nebulous Objects

AEX UNIDENTIFIED OBJECTS TRANSITING THE SUN, MOON, AND PLANETS

  • AEX1   Objects Crossing the Face of the Sun
  • AEX2   Objects Crossing the Moon’s Disk
  • AEX3   Unidentified Objects Transiting Jupiter
  AG   THE EARTH

AGB ANOMALIES IN THE EARTH’S ROTATION

  • AGB1   Variations in Latitude

AGL EARTH-SATELLITE PHENOMENA

  • AGL1   Slow Changes in Satellite Inclination
  • AGL2   Sudden Perturbations of Orbital Elements
  • AGL3   Slow, Unexplained Descent of Satellites
  • AGL4   Direct Visual Observations of Natural Earth Satellites
  • AGL5   Radio Propagation and Natural Earth Satellites
  • AGL6   Correlation of Geophysical Events with Perigee Passages of Natural Earth Satellites

AGO OBSERVATIONS OF EARTH FROM SPACE

  • AGO1   Periodic Changes in Earth’s Brightness
  AH   MERCURY

AHB MERCURY’S ORBITAL AND SPIN ANOMALIES

  • AHB1   The Residual Advance of Mercury’s Perihelion
  • AHB2   Mercury’s High Eccentricity and Inclination
  • AHB3   Short Transit Times across the Sun
  • AHB4   Mercury’s Spin Resonance

AHE GEOLOGY AND FIGURE OF MERCURY

  • AHE1   The Asymmetry of Mercury’s Topography
  • AHE2   Mercury’s Possible Prolate Shape
  • AHE3   Swirl Markings

AHF INTRINSIC RADIATION SOURCES

  • AHF1   Extreme-Ultraviolet Emissions from Mercury

AHO ANOMALOUS TELESCOPIC OBSERVATIONS

  • AHO1   Mercury’s Occasional Blunted Cusps
  • AHO2   Terminator Irregularities
  • AHO3   White Projections and Spots
  • AHO4   Dark Linear Markings
  • AHO5   Anomalous Brightness Temperatures
  • AHO6   Ring of Light around Mercury’s Dark Side

AHX ANOMALIES OBSERVED DURING TRANSITS

  • AHX1   Bright Spots on Mercury during Transit
  • AHX2   Ring around Mercury during Transit
  • AHX3   Illumination of Mercury’s Disk during Transit

AHZ MERCURY’S ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC FIELD

  • AHZ1   Mercury’s Unexpected Magnetic Field
  • AHZ2   Mercury’s Offset Magnetic Field
  AJ   JUPITER

AJB JOVIAN ORBITAL ANOMALIES

  • AJB1   Cyclic Disturbances of Jupiter’s Orbit

AJF INTRINSIC RADIATION FROM JUPITER

  • AJF1   Jupiter’s Intrinsic Radiation
  • AJF2   Variations in Jupiter’s Decametric Radiation

AJL JUPITER’S REMARKABLE GALILEAN SATELLITES AND RING

  • AJL1   Pre-Voyager Sightings of Jupiter’s Ring
  • AJL2   Io’s Bizarre Physical Makeup
  • AJL3   Io’s Anomalously Energetic Volcanos
  • AJL4   Ganymede’s Grooved Terrain
  • AJL5   Europa’s Lineaments
  • AJL6   Temporary Disappearance of Ganymede

AJW JOVIAN ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA

  • AJW1   Periodicities of Jovian Atmospheric Features

AJX TRANSIT AND OCCULTATION PHENOMENA

  • AJX1   Distorted Shapes of Galilean Satellites in Transit
  • AJX2   Hot Satellite Shadows
  • AJX3   Dark Transits of Galilean Satellites
  • AJX4   Double Shadows of Io
  • AJX5   Limb Phenomena during Occultations and Transits
  • AJX6   Post-Eclipse Brightening of Io
  • AJX7   Discrepancies in Predictions of of Eclipses and Transits

AJX JUPITER’S MAGNETIC FIELD

  • AJX1   Offset Magnetic Field
  AL   THE MOON

ALB THE MOON’S ORBITAL ANOMALIES

  • ALB1   Earth-Moon Instability
  • ALB2   Discrepancies in the Moon’s Ephemeris
  • ALB3   Nongravitational Forces and Earth-Moon Acceleration Discrepancies
  • ALB4   Earth-Moon Acceleration Incompatible with Moon’s Origin in Earth Orbit

ALE LUNAR GEOLOGY PROBLEMS

  • ALE1   Asymmetrical Distribution of Maria and Large Basins
  • ALE2   Sinuous Rilles and Formations Resembling Terrestrial Water-Formed Features
  • ALE3   The Lunar Rays
  • ALE4   Lunar Features Seemingly Shaped by Ice
  • ALE5   Swirl Markings
  • ALE6   Anomalous Red Formations
  • ALE7   Layered Structures
  • ALE8   Lunar Glasses
  • ALE9   Nonrandom Distribution of Lunar Craters
  • ALE10 Unexplained Minor Surface Features
  • ALE11 Large-Scale Asymmetries in in Composition
  • ALE12 Dark-Haloed Lunar Craters
  • ALE13 Local Concentrations of Radioactivity
  • ALE14 Scarcity of Dust and Meteoric Material
  • ALE15 Young Lunar-Surface Ages
  • ALE16 Local Concentration of Volatiles
  • ALE17 Lunar Soils Older Than Associated Rocks
  • ALE18 Problems in Dating Lunar Rocks and Soils
  • ALE19 Compositional Differences between Earth and Moon
  • ALE20 Apparently Anomalous Long Term Persistence of Craters
  • ALE21 Alignment of Mascons and Lunar Moments of Inertia
  • ALE22 Geological Changes within Historical Times

ALF LUNAR LUMINOUS PHENOMENA

  • ALF1   Infrared Anomalies
  • ALF2   Lunar Catastrophism within Historical Times
  • ALF3   Transient Points of Light
  • ALF4   Localized Color Phenomena
  • ALF5   Transient, Large-Area Luminescence
  • ALF6   Lightning-Like Phenomena on the Moon

ALL THE MOTION OF LUNAR SATELLITES

  • ALL1   Perturbation of Artificial Lunar Satellites

ALO ANOMALOUS TELESCOPIC AND VISUAL OBSERVATIONS

  • ALO1   Doubling of Lunar Detail
  • ALO2   Variable Spots, Streaks, and Other (Apparently) Optical Phenomena
  • ALO3   Banded Craters
  • ALO4   Lunar “Canals” and Lineaments
  • ALO5   The Lunar Zodiacal Light
  • ALO6   Distortions of the Lunar Disk
  • ALO7   Bright Diverging Ray above the Moon
  • ALO8   Dark Triangular Patches under the Moon
  • ALO9   Ring of Light around the New Moon
  • ALO10 Shortened Lunar Crescents
  • ALO11 The Lunar Post-Sunset Horizon Glow

ALW LUNAR “WEATHER”

  • ALW1   Clouds, Mists, and Obscurations
  • ALW2   Anomalous Ion Clouds Detected on the Lunar Surface

ALX LUNAR ECLIPSE AND OCCULTATION PHENOMENA

  • ALX1   Very Dark Lunar Eclipses
  • ALX2   Distortions of the Earth’s Shadow
  • ALX3   Eclipse Fingers of Light
  • ALX4   Bands and Patches on the Eclipsed Moon
  • ALX5   Very Bright Lunar Eclipses
  • ALX6   Thin Arcs of Light on Rim of Eclipsed Moon
  • ALX7   Dusky Bands across Planets at Contact Phase of Occultation
  • ALX8   The Hanging or Projection of Stars and Planets on the Moon’s Limb
  • ALX9   Post-Eclipse Changes of Surface Features
  • ALX10 Reception of Radio Signals from Occulted Spacecraft
  • ALX11 Bright Ring around Moon during Partial Solar Eclipse
  • ALX12 Extended Glows of Occulted Planets

ALZ THE ENIGMA OF LUNAR MAGNETISM

  • ALZ1   Anomalous Features of Lunar Magnetism
  • ALZ2   Anomalous Demagnetization Behavior of Lunar Samples
  • ALZ3   Correlations of Magnetic Anomalies with Surface Features
  • ALZ4   Correlated Directions of Magnetization of Lunar Magnetic Anomalies
  AM   MARS

AME MARTIAN GEOLOGICAL ANOMALIES

  • AME1   The Martian Channels
  • AME2   Systems of Lineaments on Mars
  • AME3   Pyramidal Structures
  • AME4   Ice Layering in the North Polar Regions
  • AME5   The “Searchlight” Areas
  • AME6   Evidence for Surface and Subsurface Ice
  • AME7   Anomalous Hillocks and Ridges
  • AME8   Martian Surface Asymmetry
  • AME9   The White Rock
  • AME10 Anomalous Frost on the Martian Surface
  • AME11 Polar Features near the Equator
  • AME12 Ice-Cap Melting Correlated with Solar Activity
  • AME13 Excess of Grazing-Incidence Craters
  • AME14 Unidentified Active Ingredient in Martian Soil and the Possibility of Life
  • AME15 Lack of Water-Ice at the Southern Polar Cap
  • AME16 Anomalously Wet Areas
  • AME17 Spectroscopic Evidence of Vegetation
  • AME18 Apparent Lack of Extensive Surface Erosion
  • AME19 Layered Deposits
  • AME20 Evidence for an Episode of Accelerated Crater Obliteration
  • AME21 Pedestal Craters and Their Eroded Environs
  • AME22 Flow-Like Character of Crater Ejecta
  • AME23 The Tharsis Bulge

AMF LUMINOUS PHENOMENA ON MARS

  • AMF1   Flares and Light Flashes

AML THE CURIOUS SATELLITES OF MARS

  • AML1   Possible Early Sightings of the Martian Satellites
  • AML2   The Grooves of Phobos
  • AML3   The Anomalous Acceleration of Phobos

AMO MARTIAN TELESCOPIC ANOMALIES

  • AMO1   The Martian Canals
  • AMO2   Pre-Mariner Observations of Martian Craters
  • AMO3   The Springtime Wave of Darkness
  • AMO4   Transitory Dark Spots

AMW ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA ON MARS

  • AMW1   Bright Spots during Planet Wide Dust Storms
  • AMW2   Moving Dark Lines
  • AMW3   Vertical Cloud Columns
  • AMW4   Planet-Wide Dust Storms
  • AMW5   Isotopic Anomalies in the Martian Atmosphere
  • AMW6   The Blue Clearings
  AN   NEPTUNE

ANB PROBLEMS WITH NEPTUNE’S ORBIT

  • ANB1   The Large Residual in Neptune’s Orbit

ANF NEPTUNE’S INTRINSIC RADIATION

  • ANF1   Measurements of Intrinsic Energy from Neptune

ANL RING AND SATELLITE IRREGULARITIES

  • ANL1   Disarray among Neptune’s Moons
  • ANL2   Neptune’s Elusive Ring and Its Possible Incompleteness

ANO TELESCOPIC ANOMALIES

  • ANO1   Neptune’s Variable Brightness
  AO   STARS AND EXTENDED OBJECTS

AOB STELLAR DYNAMICS AND DISTRIBUTION

  • AOB1   Star Rings
  • AOB2   Star Streams
  • AOB3   Expansion of Our Galaxy’s Globular-Cluster Population
  • AOB4   Spherical Distribution of Globular Clusters and Their Apparent Nonparticipation in Galactic Rotation
  • AOB5   Geocentrically Oriented Spectroscopic Binaries
  • AOB6   Anomalously Slow Rotation of Stars
  • AOB7   The Possible Existence of a Minimum Distance between Stars
  • AOB8   Existence of a Lower Limit to the Number of Stars in Globular Clusters
  • AOB9   Non-collapsing Globular Clusters
  • AOB10 Sub-dwarfs Move Counter to Galactic Rotation
  • AOB11 High Pulsar Velocities
  • AOB12 Ubiquity of Binary and Multiple-Star Systems
  • AOB13 Pulsar Formation Rate Exceeds Supernova Frequency
  • AOB14 Dearth of Population-III Stars
  • AOB15 Curious Distribution of Anomalous Cepheids
  • AOB16 Family of Population-I Stars in Galactic Halo
  • AOB17 The Existence of Globular Clusters
  • AOB18 The Existence of Stars
  • AOB19 Absence of Binaries in Globular Clusters
  • AOB20 Alignment of Axes of Young Stars
  • AOB21 Young Stars with Anomalous Velocities

AOF ANOMALIES DETECTED THROUGH STELLAR RADIATION

  • AOF1   Star Color Changes in Historical Times
  • AOF2   Anomalous Variable Objects: A Few Extreme Cases
  • AOF3   Unidentified Objects at the Core of Our Galaxy
  • AOF4   Anomalies of Wolf-Rayet Stars
  • AOF5   Nova and Supernova Anomalies
  • AOF6   Cepheid Anomalies
  • AOF7   Apparent Absence of Bright Carbon Stars
  • AOF8   The “Missing” Solar Neutrinos and, by Extension, Stellar Neutrino Deficits
  • AOF9   Pulsar Anomalies
  • AOF10 Unidentified Infrared Objects in Our Galaxy
  • AOF11 Optical Bursters and Flare Stars
  • AOF12 Flicker Stars
  • AOF13 Supermassive Stars
  • AOF14 Discordant Binaries
  • AOF15 Stars Emitting Excess Infrared Radiation
  • AOF16 Spinning-Up Stars
  • AOF17 Physical Barriers in the Evolutionary Path between Red Giants and White Dwarfs
  • AOF18 Discrete Redshifts in Stellar Spectra
  • AOF19 Gamma-Ray Sources Correlated with Solar Oscillations
  • AOF20 Rapid Variation of Celestial Radio Sources
  • AOF21 Gamma-Ray Objects
  • AOF22 Galactic Sources of Unidentified Radiation
  • AOF23 White-Dwarf Anomalies
  • AOF24 Globular-Cluster “Age’ Anomalies
  • AOF25 Infrared Bursters
  • AOF26 Stellar “Age” Anomalies
  • AOF27 Higher Masses of Smaller White Dwarfs
  • AOF28 Historical Disappearance of Stars
  • AOF29 Gamma-Ray Bursters
  • AOF30 X-Ray Bursters

AOO EXTENDED GALACTIC OBJECTS

  • AOO1   X-Ray Rings
  • AOO2   Nebular Jets
  • AOO3   The North Polar Radio Spur
  • AOO4   Triangular Appearance of Stars in Telescopes
  • AOO5   Puzzling Nature of Bok Globules
  • AOO6   Jets from Young Stars
  • AOO7   The Red Rectangle
  • AOO8   Herbig-Haro Objects
  • AOO9   Molecular-Cloud Rings
  • AOO10 Infrared Cirrus Clouds
  • AOO11 Diffuse Cartwheel-Like Structures

AOX STELLAR-ECLIPSE PHENOMENA

  • AOX1   Anomalous Precession of Eclipsing Binaries
  • AOX2   Anomalous Stellar-Eclipse Light Curves
  • AOX3   Sudden Onsets and Cessations of Stellar Eclipses
  AP   PLUTO

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  AQ   QUASARS

AQB QUASAR CLUSTERING AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH GALAXIES

  • AQB1   Quasar-Galaxy Juxtaposition
  • AQB2   Quasar Pairs Straddling Galaxies
  • AQB3   Anisotropic Distributions of Galaxies
  • AQB4   Apparent Physical Connections between Quasars and Galaxies
  • AQB5   Quasar Alignments
  • AQB6   Pairs and Clusters of Quasars

AQF ANOMALIES DETECTED THROUGH QUASAR RADIATION

  • AQF1   Initial Increase of Bright Quasars with Redshift
  • AQF2   Quantization of Quasar Redshifts
  • AQF3   Possible Redshift Cutoff for Quasars
  • AQF4   Flat Distribution of Faint Quasars
  • AQF5   The Quasar Energy Paradox
  • AQF6   Absence of Blue-Shifted Quasars
  • AQF7   Anomalous Redshifts of Quasar Absorption Lines
  • AQF8   Quasar Variability: Origin and Implications
  • AQF9   Unresolved Nature of Blazers (BL Lacertae)

AQO QUASAR MORPHOLOGY AND COMPONENT DYNAMICS

  • AQO1   Quasar Fuzz: What Is It?
  • AQO2   Anomalies of Quasar Radio-Jet Structures
  • AQO3   Superluminal Velocities in Quasars
  AR   SATURN

ARF SATURN’S INTRINSIC RADIATION

  • ARF1   The Saturn Electrostatic Discharges (SEDs)
  • ARF2   Measurements of Saturn’s Intrinsic Energy
  • ARF3   Sudden, Temporary Cessation of Radio Emissions

ARL SATELLITE AND RING ANOMALIES

  • ARL1   Pre-Spacecraft Observations of Extra Rings
  • ARL2   Knots in Saturn’s Rings When Viewed Edgewise
  • ARL3   Bright Spot on Saturn’s Rings
  • ARL4   Anomalous Shadows of the Planet on the Rings
  • ARL5   Dark Spokes in the Rings of Saturn
  • ARL6   Kinked and Inhomogeneous Rings
  • ARL7   Dark-Sided Iapetus
  • ARL8   Titan’s Variable Brightness
  • ARL9   Changes in Saturn’s Rings Observed within Historical Times
  • ARL10 The “Gaps” between the Rings
  • ARL11 Ring Asymmetries and Eccentricities
  • ARL12 Hyperion’s Chaotic Rotation
  • ARL13 Irregular Density Trend of Saturn’s Moons
  • ARL14 Fine Structure of Saturn’s Rings
  • ARL15 Varying Crater Densities on Saturn’s Moons
  • ARL16 Youthful Features of Saturn’s Rings
  AS   THE SUN

ASF SOLAR-RADIATION ANOMALIES

  • ASF1   Large Changes in Solar-Flare Activity
  • ASF2   Periodicity of Solar Cosmic Rays
  • ASF3   The “Missing” Solar Neutrinos
  • ASF4   Large Variations in Isotopes Implanted by the Solar Wind
  • ASF5   155-Day Periodicity in Solar Flares
  • ASF6   Implication of Solar-Wind Implanted Noble Gases

ASO ANOMALOUS OBSERVATIONS OF THE SUN

  • ASO1   Transient Dark Regions on the Sun
  • ASO2   Remarkable Coronas
  • ASO3   Bulges on the Solar Limb
  • ASO4   Evidence of Past Prolonged Minima in Solar Activity
  • ASO5   Short-Term Periodicities in Sunspot Numbers
  • ASO6   Solar Oblateness and Quadrupole Moment
  • ASO7   Changes in the Rate of Solar Rotation
  • ASO8   Changes in Solar Diameter
  • ASO9   Correlation of Sunspot Numbers and Planetary Configurations
  • ASO10 Radial Solar Oscillations

ASX SOLAR ECLIPSE AND OCCULTATION PHENOMENA

  • ASX1   Bailey’s Beads
  • ASX2   Visibility of the Moon’s Limb during Solar Eclipses
  • ASX3   Fingers of Light Projected on the Moon
  • ASX4   Thin Pencils of Light Extending Far beyond the Corona
  • ASX5   Exaggerated Notches in the Moon’s Limb during Solar Eclipses
  • ASX6   Pendulum Perturbations during Solar Eclipses
  • ASX7   Spacecraft Signal Perturbations during Solar Occultations
  • ASX7   Increases of Galactic Radio Noise during Total Solar Eclipses
  • ASX8   Large Discrepancies between Calculated and Observed Eclipse Parameters

ASZ SOLAR AND INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD PHENOMENA

  • ASZ1   Enhancements of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field
  • ASZ2   Compatibility of Interplanetary Magnetic Field Measurements with an Electrically Charged Sun
  AT   COSMOS

ATB UNIVERSE DYNAMICS AND MASS DISTRIBUTION

  • ATB1   The Existence of the Universe
  • ATB2   The Low Mean Density of the Universe
  • ATB3   An Angular Momentum-Mass Relationship for a Wide Range of Astronomical Objects
  • ATB4   Evidence for Universal Rotation

ATF COSMIC ANOMALIES DETECTED THROUGH RADIATION

  • ATF1   Isotropy of Cosmic Background Radiation
  • ATF2   Deviations of the Cosmic Back ground Radiation from the Blackbody Curve
  • ATF3   The Existence of Cosmic Rays
  • ATF4   The Isotropic Cosmic X-Ray Background
  • ATF5   Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays
  • ATF6   The High Flux of Low-Energy Antiprotons
  • ATF7   Antineutrino Pulses
  • ATF8   Apparent Absence of Appreciable Antimatter in the Observable Universe
  • ATF9   Exceptional Increases in Cosmic Ray Intensity
  • ATF10 Asymmetry of Infrared Background Radiation
  • ATF11 Nondoppler Redshifts
  • ATF12 Spectroscopic Evidence of Life in Space

ATO OBJECTS IN INTERGALACTIC SPACE

  • ATO1   Intergalactic Clouds
  AU   URANUS

AUB ORBITAL AND ORIENTATION PHENOMENA

  • AUB1   Anomalous Inclination of Uranus’s Axis

AUF URANIAN INTRINSIC RADIATION

  • AUF1   Secular Changes in Radio Emissions

AUL RING AND SATELLITE PHENOMENA

  • AUL1   The Mysterious Rings of Uranus

AUO TELESCOPIC ANOMALIES

  • AUO1   Periodic Brightening of Uranus
  AV   VENUS

AVB VENUSIAN ORBITAL AND SPIN ANOMALIES

  • AVB1   The Length of the Venusian Day
  • AVB2   The Residual Advance of Venus’s Perihelion
  • AVB3   Supposed Changes in Venus’s Orbit in Historical Times

AVE GEOLOGICAL PHENOMENA

  • AVE1   Sharp-Edged Angular Rocks
  • AVE2   Layered Sedimentary Rocks
  • AVE3   Lack of Water on Venus
  • AVE4   Large Ring Structures

AVF INTRINSIC RADIATION SOURCES

  • AVF1   Sharp Shadows of Rocks on Venusian Surface
  • AVF2   Bright Infrared Structures
  • AVF3   Intrinsic Heat Radiation from Venus

AVL POSSIBLE TEMPORARY SATELLITES OF VENUS

  • AVL1   Bright Objects Resembling Venusian Satellites

AVO ANOMALOUS TELESCOPIC OBSERVATIONS

  • AVO1   Venusian Cusp Phenomena
  • AVO2   Ring of Light around Venus
  • AVO3   The Ashen-Light Phenomenon
  • AVO4   The Phase Anomaly of Venus
  • AVO5   Venus Seen Darker than the Sky
  • AVO6   The Venusian Spoke System
  • AVO7   Bright Spots
  • AVO8   The Maedler Phenomenon: Brushes of Light
  • AVO9   Flickering Light on Dark Limb
  • AVO10 Terminator Irregularities

AVW VENUSIAN ATMOSPHERIC ANOMALIES

  • AVW1   Superrotation of the Venusian Atmosphere
  • AVW2   Anomalous Distribution and Scarcity of Water Vapor
  • AVW3   Periodic Variation of CO2 Absorption Lines
  • AVW4   Noble-Gas Anomalies

AVX TRANSIT ANOMALIES

  • AVX1   Ring of Light around Venus during Contact Phase

AVZ MAGNETIC FIELD OF VENUS

  • AVZ1   The Negligible Venusian Magnetic Field
  AW   GALAXIES

AWB DISTRIBUTION AND DYNAMICS OF GALAXIES

  • AWB1   The Existence of Galactic Clusters
  • AWB2   The Existence of Superclusters
  • AWB3   The Existence of Large Voids in the Universe
  • AWB4   The Swiss-Cheese Structure of the Universe
  • AWB5   The Anomalous Rotation of Matter in Galaxies
  • AWB6   Large-Scale Anisotropy in Galaxy Distribution
  • AWB7   Seemingly-Related Galaxies with Discordant Redshifts
  • AWB8   Large-Scale Streaming of Superclusters
  • AWB9   The Origin of Galactic Rotation
  • AWB10 Lines of Galaxies Associated With Elliptical Radio-Bright Galaxies
  • AWB11 Spirals and Ellipticals Have Markedly Different Population Densities
  • AWB12 Smooth Background Population of Lone Galaxies
  • AWB13 Apparent Rapid Dispersal of Galactic Clusters
  • AWB14 Structures Larger Than Superclusters
  • AWB15 Anomalous Gas Motion in Elliptical Galaxies
  • AWB16 Preferred Orientation of Galaxies in Clusters
  • AWB17 The Existence of Galaxies

AWF ANOMALIES DETECTED THROUGH GALACTIC RADIATION

  • AWF1   The Slight Blueness of Distant Galaxies
  • AWF2   The Seyfert Energy Problem
  • AWF3   Superluminous Infrared Galaxies
  • AWF4   Luminosity Changes in Ordinary Galaxies
  • AWF5   Variable X-Ray-Bright Galaxies
  • AWF6   Ultraviolet Radiation from Elliptical Galaxies
  • AWF7   Anomalous Radio Pulses from Galaxies
  • AWF8   Quantization of Galaxy-Redshift Differences
  • AWF9   Cluster Spiral Galaxies Have Higher Redshifts Than Ellipticals
  • AWF10 Apparent Velocity Dispersion in Lines of Galaxies
  • AWF11 Blueshifted Extragalactic Objects

AWO MOROPHOLOGY AND STRUCTURE OF GALAXIES

  • AWO1   Galactic Jets
  • AWO2   Radio-Luminous Rings Associated with Galaxies
  • AWO3   Radio-Luminous Threads inside Galaxies
  • AWO4   Bridges and Tails Connecting Galaxies
  • AWO5   Partial Shells of Stars around Elliptical Galaxies
  • AWO6   Ring Galaxies
  • AWO7   Galaxies with Polar Rings of Material
  • AWO8   Disk Galaxies with Warped Edges
  • AWO9   Asymmetrical Galaxies
  • AWO10 Clumpy Galaxies
  • AWO11 Galactic Halos
  • AWO12 Oblateness of Elliptical Galaxies
  • AWO13 Anomalies of Spiral Galaxies
  • AWO14 Origin and Persistence of Double Radio Sources
  • AWO15 Anomalous Gravitational Distortion of Galactic Images

AWZ GALACTIC MAGNETIC FIELDS

  • AWZ1   Magnetic-Field Anomalies in Our Galaxy
  AX   PLANET X

AXO OBSERVATIONS OF PLANET X

  • AXO1   Visual Observations of Planet X
  • AXO2   Infrared Observations of Planet X
  • AXO3   Radio Observations of Planet X
  AY   METEORS AND METEORITES

AYB METEOR AND METEORITE FLUX ANOMALIES

  • AYB1   Stationary Meteor Radiants
  • AYB2   Meteor Rates Correlated with Solar Activity
  • AYB3   Meteor Rates Correlated with Lunar Phase
  • AYB4   Meteorites: Geographical Anomalies
  • AYB5   Meteor and Meteorite Temporal Anomalies
  • AYB6   The Unexpected Abundance of Very Large Meteors
  • AYB7   Clouds and Swarms of Meteors
  • AYB8   Micrometeoroid Loss-Gain Imbalance

AYE ANOMALIES IN METEORITE COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE

  • AYE1   Isotopic and Inorganic Chemical Anomalies
  • AYE2   Organic Compounds in Meteorites
  • AYE3   Unusual Meteorite-Exposure Ages
  • AYE4   Anomalous Formation Ages of Meteorites
  • AYE5   “Sedimentary” Meteorites
  • AYE6   Annihilation-Radiation Events Ascribed to Antimatter Meteorites
  • AYE7   Meteorite Magnetic Anomalies
  • AYE8   The Unexplained Origin(s) of Chondrules
  • AYE9   The Brownlee Particles
  • AYE10 Lack of Correspondence between Meteorite and Asteroid Compositions

AYO METEORS IN FLIGHT

  • AYO1   The Peculiar Green Meteors and Fireballs
  • AYO2   Erratic Meteors
  • AYO3   Atmospheric Debris Resembling Meteors in Flight
  • AYO4   Large Meteorites with Negligible Craters
  • AYO5   Meteor Collisions
  • AYO6   Meteors of Very Long Duration
  • AYO7   Fireball Processions
  • AYO8   Nebulous Meteors
  • AYO9   Rebrightening of Meteor Trails
  • AYO10 Dark Meteor-Like Streaks
  • AYO11 Long, Hollow Cylinders of Meteoric Dust
  AZ   THE ZODIACAL LIGHT

AZO IDIOSYNCRACIES OF THE ZODIACAL LIGHT

  • AZO1   Varying Visibility of the Zodiacal Light with Geographic Location
  • AZO2   Zodiacal Light Observed on Northern Horizons in Northern Hemisphere
  • AZO3   Irregularities in the Shape of the Zodiacal Light
  • AZO4   Irregular and Sporadic Changes in Brightness
  • AZO5   Zodiacal-Light Color Changes
  • AZO6   Correlations of Brightness Changes with Solar Activity
  • AZO7   Seasonal Variations of the Zodiacal Light
  • AZO8   Unusual Extensions along the Ecliptic
  • AZO9   Moon’s Shadow Dimming the Zodiacal Light
  • AZO10 Infrared Images of Unexpected Dust Clouds
  • AZO11 The False Zodiacal Light
  • AZO12 The Lunar Zodiacal Light
  • AZO13 Zodiacal Light Brightness Correlated with Lunar Phase
  • AZO14 Zodiacal Light Brightness Correlated with the Comet Encke
  • AZO15 “Waving” of the Axis of the Zodiacal Light
  • AZO16 Apparent Youth of Interplanetary Dust Particles
  • AZO17 Parallax of the Gegenschein

ESAMAN (StarViewerTeam Internacional 2010)

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