La consulta más solicitada en el servicio STVSCIC: La Perturbación de Sagitario.


Para muchos, la cuestión del binarismo estelar, es algo que simplemente no desean investigar, incluso cuando ya existen papers, misiones espaciales como WISE y potentes estudios de investigación en curso.

Tras los recientes acontecimientos de Venus, hojas de trabajo y abundantes informes sobre la materia, son muchos los que plantean la cuestión. Algunos son astrofísicos profesionales que dudan de las posiciones “clásicas”.  Otros son astrónomos “amateur” que investigan por su cuenta. Ciertamente el Universo no va a discriminar a los seres por sus posiciones, sino que mostrará las evidencias. No todas las evidencias caen del lado de la “Ortodoxia”, especialmente cuando comienzan a cuestionarse planteamientos que son heredados de un modelo Heliocéntrico procedente de la frontera con la Edad Media del pensamiento.

Por fortuna, ahora se puede investigar y ciertamente, la mayoría de los “papers” a favor o en contra del “binarismo estelar”, serán corroborados y/o desmentidos por los acontecimientos evidentes.

Algo está ya muy claro: “Los cambios climáticos son cíclicos y obedecen a un Sistema Solar mucho más complejo del que hasta ahora teníamos conceptualizado”.

La pregunta de la semana en STVSCIC, ha sido sin duda:

Deseo encontrar explicaciones y discussiones cientificas relacionadas con la descubierta por STV de que G1.9 +0.3 no es una supernova, sino que podría ser una enana marrón. Papers, articulos y drafts  en los años 2008 hasta 2009, en contra y en favor de la hipótesis de STV.

La respuesta:

Seguidamente le mostramos la documentación más relevante en la materia:
1º.-Posiciones Científicas Favorables a Supernova y contrarias a STVG1.9+03 (2008-2009) Revisadas y actualizadas en 2012
1. Supernova remnants: the X-ray perspective
Vink, Jacco, The Astronomy and Astrophysics Review, 20 (1), Dec 2012
doi:10.1007/s00159-011-0049-1
Published journal article available from   Springer
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Supernovas & Supernova Remnants | ChandraBlog [29K]
Apr 2012
…Supernovas & Supernova Remnants…Nebula: A supernova remnant and pulsar…Supernovas & Supernova Remnants…release for G1.9+0.3 we…web-site. G1.9+0.3…Supernovas & Supernova Remnants…on Wed, 03/26/2008…0+1.8 supernova remnant with NASA’s…
[http://chandra.harvard.edu/blog/taxonomy/term/5?page=2]
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3.
Chandra :: Photo Album :: N63A :: 19 Dec 03 [32K]
Apr 2012
…Images Supernovas & Supernova Remnants Related…Seconds (2012-04-03) Download Image…Zoom into G1.9+0.3 (Runtime…DEM L71 (12 Mar 03) N132D (22 May…Carinae (20 June 07) Supernova 1987A (22 Feb 07…new details in the supernova remnant known as N63A…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/photo/2003/n63a/]
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Chandra :: Photo Album :: SNR 0103-72.6 :: 26 May 03 [31K]
Apr 2012
…Answers Supernovas & Supernova Remnants Chandra Images Supernovas & Supernova Remnants Related…Seconds (2012-04-03) Download Image…Zoom into G1.9+0.3 (Runtime…Carinae (20 June 07) Supernova 1987A (22 Feb 07…Chandra image of supernova remnant, SNR 0103-72…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/photo/2003/snr0103/]
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Chandra :: Photo Album :: G1.9+0.3 :: 14 May 08 [35K]
Apr 2012
…speed for a supernova remnant. Another superlative for G1.9+0.3 is that…ever seen in a supernova remnant. Fast Facts for G1.9+0.3: Credit…Supernovas & Supernova Remnants Coordinates…10/2007 & 03/03/2007…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/photo/2008/g19/index.html]
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Chandra :: Photo Album :: N49 :: 29 Nov 06 [31K]
Apr 2012
…Images Supernovas & Supernova Remnants Related…Seconds (2012-04-03) Download Image…Video Zoom into G1.9+0.3 (Runtime…0103-72.6 (26 May 03) N132D (22 May…N49, the brightest supernova remnant in optical light…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/photo/2006/n49/]
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Chandra: Video Podcasts: Standard Definition [38K]
Apr 2012
…explosion, known as a supernova, which then produced…2012-04-03) Chandra X-ray…In 1995 or 1996 a supernova exploded in a nearby…Tour of NGC 4258 G1.9+0.3 in 60 Seconds…the light from a supernova explosion in our…discovery of this supernova remnant helps astronomers…
[http://chandra.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/archive….]
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Chandra :: Resources :: Podcasts :: Transcript :: G1.9+0.3 in 60 Seconds [18K]
Apr 2012
…explosion, known as a supernova, which then produced…2012-04-03G1.9+0.3 in 60…the light from a supernova explosion in our…created by the supernova shines brightly…discovery of this supernova remnant helps astronomers…
[http://chandra.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/ts/ts300...]
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Chandra :: Resources :: Animations & Video :: X-ray Sources: Featured Image Tours [39K]
Apr 2012
…the light from a supernova explosion in our…field created by the supernova shines brightly in…discovery of this supernova remnant helps astronomers…Images Photo Album: G1.9+0.3 Page 1 2…Revised: April 03, 2012
[http://chandra.cfa.harvard.edu/resources/animations/fe...]
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Now or Then: Explaining Light Travel Time | ChandraBlog [35K]
Apr 2012
…region where G1.9 is located…distance to G1.9+0.3 has…the age of the supernova remnant is only a few…detections of supernova explosions or…story about G1.9 said that the…besh on Tue, 03/23/2010 – 22…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/blog/node/68]

11. Chandra X-ray Observatory – NASA’s flagship X-ray telescope [52K]
Apr 2012
…06 | ‘ 05 | ‘ 04 | ‘ 03 | ‘ 02 | ‘ 01 | ‘ 00…06 | ‘ 05 | ‘ 04 | ‘ 03 | ‘ 02 | ‘ 01 | ‘ 00…5 1 2 3 4 5 Tycho’s Supernova Remnant Currently 3.11/5 1…milky way G292.0 1.8 G1.9 0.3 RX J0806.3 1527…
[http://chandra.harvard.edu/]
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Chandra: Video Podcasts: Standard Definition [38K]
Apr 2012
…discovery of this supernova remnant helps astronomers…Discovery of Most Recent Supernova in Our Galaxy — Tour of G1.9+0.3 3C321 in…Sombrero Kepler’s Supernova Remnant in 60 Seconds (05-07-2008…Nebula in 60 Seconds (03-31-2008) In…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/archive_s...]
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Chandra :: Podcasts [39K]
Apr 2012
…explosion, known as a supernova, which then produced…2012-04-03) Podcasts: 2008…The brightest supernova ever recorded on…Tour of NGC 4258 G1.9+0.3 in 60 Seconds…the light from a supernova explosion in our…discovery of this supernova remnant helps astronomers…
[http://chandra.harvard.edu/resources/podcasts/by_date_...]
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ATCA schedule summary for 2008OCT (AEST) [27K]
Apr 2012
…Oct 29 Oct 31 Oct 03 Nov 06 Nov 09 Nov…Crawford, Stootman 03 Jan 04 Jan 06 Feb…2:30 12 12 12 12 G1.9+0.3: Youngest…Bujarrabal, Voronko 03 Oct 17 Nov 21 Nov…The bizarre young supernova remnant G350.1-0.3 C1979…
[http://www.narrabri.atnf.csiro.au/observing/schedules/...]
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Chandra :: Photo Album :: Images by Category: Supernovas & Supernova Remnants [66K]
Apr 2012
…Jun 09 RCW 86 A supernova remnant in the Milky…0104-72.3 A supernova remnant located in the…from Earth. 03 Apr 09 PSR B1509-58…09 Tycho’s Supernova Remnant The hot, expanding…explosion. 14 May 08 G1.9+0.3 The most…
[http://xrtpub.harvard.edu/photo/category/snr.html]
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Chandra :: Photo Album :: Images by Category: Supernovas & Supernova Remnants [66K]
Apr 2012
…Jun 09 RCW 86 A supernova remnant in the Milky…0104-72.3 A supernova remnant located in the…from Earth. 03 Apr 09 PSR B1509-58…09 Tycho’s Supernova Remnant The hot, expanding…explosion. 14 May 08 G1.9+0.3 The most…
[http://chandra.cfa.harvard.edu/photo/category/snr.html]
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2º.-Posiciones Cientificas Favorables a STVG1.9+03 y contrarias a la supernova.(Dudosa Supernova).
A.)Lissauer Papers & All.
1. The key role of massive stars in Oort cloud comet dynamics
Fouchard, M. / Froeschlé, Ch. / Rickman, H. / Valsecchi, G.B., Icarus, 214 (1), p.334-347, Jul 2011
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.04.012
…Galactic tides in making Oort cloud…recently, Matese and Lissauer (2002) studied the evolution of Oort cloud comets over…dynamical evolution of Oort cloud comets…found by Matese and Lissauer. But over…
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Reassessing the formation of the inner Oort cloud in an embedded star cluster
Brasser, R. / Duncan, M.J. / Levison, H.F. / Schwamb, M.E. / Brown, M.E., Icarus, 217 (1), p.1-19, Jan 2012
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.10.012
…Fig. 4 Cumulative semi-major axis for Oort clouds for various Hernquist clusters…the sfe is 10%. Fig. 6 A few sample Oort clouds in semi-major axis-pericentre…Fig. 10 Cumulative inclination for Oort clouds for various Hernquist clusters…
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3.
Persistent evidence of a jovian mass solar companion in the Oort cloud
Matese, John J. / Whitmire, Daniel P., Icarus, 211 (2), p.926-938, Feb 2011
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.11.009
…the classical model of Oort cloud formation is that…predicts a scattered disk/Oort cloud…Tremaine, 1999; Matese and Lissauer, 2004 ). Matese and…discussion ( Matese and Lissauer, 2004…discernable populations of the Oort cloud. We comment further…
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4.
Sedna and the Oort Cloud around a migrating Sun
Kaib, Nathan A. / Roškar, Rok / Quinn, Thomas, Icarus, 215 (2), p.491-507, Oct 2011
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.07.037
…triangle in each plot. Fig. 13 Plots of Oort Cloud trapping efficiency vs. mean galactocentric…lines (respectively). Fig. 14 Plot of Oort Cloud trapping efficiency vs. the time…inclination (relative to ecliptic) for two Oort Cloud simulations: the control simulation…
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Injection of Oort Cloud comets: the fundamental role of stellar perturbations
Rickman, Hans / Fouchard, Marc / Froeschlé, Christiane / Valsecchi, Giovanni B., Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 102 (1-3), p.111-132, Sep 2008
doi:10.1007/s10569-008-9140-y
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ON THE EXISTENCE OF A DISTANT SOLAR COMPANION AND ITS POSSIBLE EFFECTS ON THE OORT CLOUD AND THE OBSERVED COMET POPULATION
Julio A. Fernández , The Astrophysical Journal, 726 (1), p.33, Jan 2011
doi:10.1088/0004-637X/726/1/33
…COMPANION AND ITS POSSIBLE EFFECTS ON THE OORT CLOUD AND THE OBSERVED COMET POPULATION Julio…nearby objects such as, for instance, Oort Cloud comets (OCCs). We then estimate…observed new comets, provided that the Oort Cloud contains a dense inner core of comets and…
Published journal article available from   IOP Publishing
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7.
Perihelion evolution of observed new comets implies the dominance of the galactic tide in making Oort cloud comets discernable
Matese, John J. / Lissauer, Jack J., Icarus, 170 (2), p.508-513, Aug 2004
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2004.03.019
…near-parabolic Oort cloud comets is…1996; Matese and Lissauer, 2002) . It describes…distribution. Matese and Lissauer (2002) have shown…large q for new Oort cloud comets…interaction with the Oort cloud (Matese and Lissauer, 2002) predict…
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8.
Algorithms for Stellar Perturbation Computations on Oort Cloud Comets
Rickman, Hans / Fouchard, Marc / Valsecchi, Giovanni B. / Froeschlé, Christiane, Earth, Moon, and Planets, 97 (3-4), p.411-434, Oct 2006
doi:10.1007/s11038-006-9113-7
Published journal article available from   Springer
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9.
The Pioneer 10 anomalous acceleration and Oort cloud comets
Whitmire, Daniel P. / Matese, John J., Icarus, 165 (1), p.219-222, Sep 2003
doi:10.1016/S0019-1035(03)00196-9
…Whitman, 1989; Matese and Lissauer, 2003) . The energy…to return to the new Oort cloud population, i…situ distribution of Oort cloud comet energies. In Fig…stellar-randomized outer Oort cloud. Figure 2 yields…contribution (Matese and Lissauer, 2002, 2003) which…
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10.
Embedded star clusters and the formation of the Oort cloud: II. The effect of the primordial solar nebula
Brasser, R. / Duncan, M.J. / Levison, H.F., Icarus, 191 (2), p.413-433, Nov 2007
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2007.05.003
…of recent studies in the formation and dynamics of the Oort cloud ( Oort, 1950 ). In Brasser et al. (2006) , simulations…the Sun was still in its putative birth cluster. The Oort cloud (OC) was formed in such simulations…
11. Characteristics and Frequency of Weak Stellar Impulses of the Oort Cloud
Matese, John J. / Lissauer, Jack J., Icarus, 157 (1), p.228-240, May 2002
doi:10.1006/icar.2001.6799
Abstract We have developed a model of the response of the outer Oort cloud of comets to simultaneous tidal perturbations of the adiabatic galactic force and a stellar impulse. The six-dimensional phase space of near-parabolic comet orbital elements …
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12.
The Formation of the Oort Cloud and the Primitive Galactic Environment
Fernández, Julio A., Icarus, 129 (1), p.106-119, Sep 1997
doi:10.1006/icar.1997.5754
Abstract We analyze the conditions of formation of the Oort cloud from icy planetesimals scattered by the accreting outer planets. The combined effect of planetary and external perturbations is considered to be the mechanism of transfer from the …
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13.
The Galactic Center massive black hole and nuclear star cluster
Genzel, Reinhard / Eisenhauer, Frank / Gillessen, Stefan, Reviews of Modern Physics, 82 (4), p.3121-3195, Dec 2010
doi:10.1103/RevModPhys.82.3121
Published journal article available from   American Physical Society
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The first results from the Herschel-HIFI mission
van der Tak, Floris, Advances in Space Research, 49 (10), p.1395-1407, May 2012
doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.02.027
Abstract This paper contains a summary of the results from the first years of observations with the HIFI instrument onboard ESA’s Herschel space observatory. The paper starts by outlining the goals and possibilities of far-infrared and submillimeter …
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Sep 2003
The evolution of comets in the Oort cloud and Kuiper belt S. Alan Stern Department…have been in storage since then in the Oort cloud and Kuiper belt—distant regions…Figure 1 Diagram showing the Kuiper belt and Oort cloud to scale with our planetary system…
[http://www.boulder.swri.edu/recent/Nature_comets.pdf]
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Bombardment of planetary rings by meteoroids: General formulation and effects of Oort cloud projectiles
Cuzzi, Jeffrey N. / Durisen, Richard H., Icarus, 84 (2), p.467-501, Apr 1990
doi:10.1016/0019-1035(90)90049-F
…more uniformly distributed “Oort cloud” component we deal with…rings (see also Ip 1984 and Lissauer 1984). However, all these…population is dominated by “Oort cloud” objects. We demonstrate…alluded to by lp (1984) and Lissauer (1984). We begin our radiative…
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COAGULATION CALCULATIONS OF ICY PLANET FORMATION AT 15-150 AU: A CORRELATION BETWEEN THE MAXIMUM RADIUS AND THE SLOPE OF THE …
Scott J. Kenyon / Benjamin C. Bromley , The Astronomical Journal, 143 (3), p.63, Mar 2012
doi:10.1088/0004-6256/143/3/63
…interactions among newly formed gas giants and for the origin of the Oort Cloud (e.g., Morbidelli et al. 2008). The diverse…and fg is the gravitational focusing factor (Safronov 1969; Lissauer 1987; Spaute et al. 1991; Wetherill & Stewart 1993; Weidenschilling…
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B).Iorio,Lorenzo:

1. The perihelion precession of Saturn, planet X/Nemesis and MOND
IorioLorenzo, article, Jan 2011
We show that the retrograde perihelion precession of Saturn Δ\dotϖ, recently estimated by different teams of astronomers by processing ranging data from the Cassini…
Full text article available from E-Print ArXiv
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THE RECENTLY DETERMINED ANOMALOUS PERIHELION PRECESSION OF SATURN
Lorenzo Iorio , The Astronomical Journal, 137 (3), p.3615-3618, Mar 2009
doi:10.1088/0004-6256/137/3/3615
…DETERMINED ANOMALOUS PERIHELION PRECESSION OF SATURN Lorenzo Iorio1 INFN-Sezione…Pisa, Italy; lorenzo.iorio@libero.it…longitude of the perihelion of Saturn, i…because the perihelion precession due…is prograde (Iorio 2007b). Note that…
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3.
On the recently determined anomalous perihelion precession of Saturn
IorioLorenzo, article, Dec 2008
…Newtonian/Einsteinian secular precession of the longitude of the perihelion of Saturn, i.e. Δ\dotϖ_Sat = -0.006 +/- 0.002 arcsec/cy…and the true existence of the anomalous precession of the perihelion of Saturn. Comment: LaTex2e, 14 pages, no figures, 2 tables…
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Secular increase of the astronomical unit and perihelion precessions as tests of the Dvali–Gabadadze–Porrati multi-dimensional …
Lorenzo Iorio , Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2005 (09), p.006-006, Sep 2005
doi:10.1088/1475-7516/2005/09/006
…astronomical unit and perihelion precessions as tests of…multi-dimensional braneworld scenario Lorenzo Iorio Viale Unit`a di Italia…Bari, Italy E-mail: lorenzo.iorio@libero.it Received…among other things, a perihelion secular shift, due to…
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Secular increase of the Astronomical Unit and perihelion precessions as tests of the Dvali-Gabadadze-Porrati multi-dimensional braneworld scenario
IorioLorenzo, article, Aug 2005
…gravity aimed to the explanation of the observed cosmic acceleration without dark energy, predicts, among other things, a perihelion secular shift, due to Lue and Starkman, of 5 10^-4 arcsec cy^-1 for all the planets of the Solar System. It yields a variation…
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Mercury and frame-dragging in light of the MESSENGER flybys: conflict with general relativity, poor knowledge of the physical properties of the Sun, data reduction artifact, or still insufficient observations?
IorioLorenzo, article, Apr 2012
The Lense-Thirring precession of the longitude of perihelion of Mercury, as predicted by general relativity by using…oblateness of Mercury itself has a negligible impact on its perihelion. The same holds for the mismodelled actions of both…
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Constraining the angular momentum of the Sun with planetary orbital motions and general relativity
IorioLorenzo, article, May 2012
…rotating body. We also discuss the present-day situation in view of the latest determinations of the supplementary perihelion precession of Mercury. Comment: Latex2e, 18 pages, 2 tables, no figures. Merged with ArXiv:1109.0266
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Orbital perturbations due to massive rings
IorioLorenzo, article, Apr 2012
…the ring and the orbit of the perturbed particle lie just in the same plane. From the corrections to the standard secular perihelion precessions, recently determined by a team of astronomers for some planets of the Solar System, we infer upper bounds on…
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Constraints on Galileon-induced precessions from solar system orbital motions
IorioLorenzo, article, Apr 2012
…gravitational binding energies of the Sun and the planets, is ξ <= 0.004 from the latest bounds on the supplementary perihelion precession of Saturn. Comment: LaTex2e, 10 pages, 1 table, no figures, 23 references. Abstract enlarged. References…
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Orbital effects of the time-dependent component of the Pioneer anomaly
IorioLorenzo, article, Apr 2012
…acceleration at 9.5 au cannot be larger than 9 10^-15 m s^-2 according to the latest observational results for the perihelion precession of Saturn. Comment: LaTex2e, 7 pages, no figures, 1 table, 23 references. Version matching the one at press…
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11. Constraints on Randall-Sundrum braneworld model from orbital motions
IorioLorenzo, article, Mar 2012
…which many of the phenomena adopted may depend on the system’s composition, formation and dynamical history as well. The perihelionprecession of Mercury and its radiotechnical ranging from the Earth yield L <= 10 – 50 km. Tighter bounds come from the…
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Constraints on the location of a putative distant massive body in the Solar System from recent planetary data
IorioLorenzo, article, Dec 2011
…minimum distance d_X at which X may exist by comparing our prediction of the long-term variation of the longitude of the perihelion ϖ to the latest empirical determinations of the corrections Δ\dotϖ to the standard Newtonian/Einsteinian secular precessions…
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Phenomenological constraints on the Kehagias-Sfetsos solution in the Horava-Lifshitz gravity from solar system orbital motions
IorioLorenzo / Ruggiero, Matteo Luca, article, Oct 2010
…precession. Then, we compare it to the latest determinations of the corrections to the standard Newtonian/ Einsteinian planetary perihelionprecessions recently estimated by E.V. Pitjeva with the EPM2008 ephemerides. It turns out that the planets of the solar…
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Solar system constraints on planetary Coriolis-type effects induced by rotation of distant masses
Lorenzo Iorio , Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2010 (08), p.030-030, Aug 2010
doi:10.1088/1475-7516/2010/08/030
…by rotation of distant masses Lorenzo Iorio Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell…Bari (BA), Italy1 E-mail: lorenzo.iorio@libero.it Received May 25…corrections ∆ ˙̟ to the usual perihelion precessions of the inner planets recently…
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Solar system constraints on planetary Coriolis-type effects induced by rotation of distant masses
IorioLorenzo, article, Aug 2010
…ϖ and the mean anomaly M. Then, we compare our prediction for <\dotϖ> with the corrections Δ\dotϖ to the usual perihelion precessions of the inner planets recently estimated by fitting long data sets with different versions of the EPM ephemerides…
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On the perspectives of testing the Dvali-Gabadadze-Porrati gravity model with the outer planets of the Solar System
IorioLorenzo / Giudice, Giuseppe, article, Jul 2006
…the global properties of the Universe. Lue and Starkman derived a secular extra-perihelion ω precession of 5× 10^-4 arcseconds per century, while Iorio showed that the mean longitude λ is affected by a secular precession of about 10…
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Phenomenological constraints on Lemaître-Tolman-Bondi cosmological inhomogeneities from solar system dynamics
Lorenzo Iorio , Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2010 (06), p.004-004, Jun 2010
doi:10.1088/1475-7516/2010/06/004
…18 s−1 ), to the stan- dard perihelion precessions with the EPM2008 ephemerides…the standard Newtonian/Einsteinain perihelion precessions of all the planets…use the inner planets, whose estimated perihelion corrections are listed in table 1, because they…
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18.
Observational constraints on spatial anisotropy of G from orbital motions
Lorenzo Iorio , Classical and Quantum Gravity, 28 (22), p.225027, Nov 2011
doi:10.1088/0264-9381/28/22/225027
…Grav. 28 (2011) 225027 L Iorio the argument of pericentre7…Grav. 28 (2011) 225027 L Iorio Table 1. Formal uncertainties…Grav. 28 (2011) 225027 L Iorio Table 2. Estimated…precession of the terrestrial perihelion, obtained by processing Jupiter…
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Constraints on the location of a putative distant massive body in the Solar System from recent planetary data
IorioLorenzo, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 112 (2), p.117-130, Feb 2012
doi:10.1007/s10569-011-9386-7
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Solar System Motions and the Cosmological Constant: A New Approach
IorioLorenzo, Advances in Astronomy, 2008, p.1-5, Jan 2008
doi:10.1155/2008/268647
…Cosmological Constant: A New Approach Lorenzo Iorio INFN-Sezione di Pisa, 56127…Craig Dukes Copyright © 2008 Lorenzo Iorio. This is an open access…the test the expression for the perihelion precession induced by a uniform…
Published journal article available from   Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Artículos en Prensa científica global y Publicación: Papers e Investigación independiente:
1.-http://es.scribd.com/doc/50953863/Misterios-de-la-Astrofisica (El Libro: La Perturbación de Sagitario: 1.9G +0.3).
4.-The Video Simulation draft:

G 1.9 +0.3 Nemesis – New 2010 Images from Spain – YouTube

Documentación relacionada de última hora:

1º.-Hoja de trabajo Nº.I.

2º.-Hoja de trabajo NºII.

3º.-Hoja de trabajo NºIII

Simulaciones:

1º.-simulador orbital desarrollado por la Universidad de Colorado

2º.-Magazine Monográfico sobre G1.9 STV:El Cluster.

E-book: El Libro (Gratuito). En esta obra, se muestran los estudios más polémicos de la Astrofísica moderna. Todos los datos que el lector encontrará, son muchas noches sin dormir. La razón por la que publico este libro en abierto, no es otra que llegar al público de forma absolutamente libre sin la censura de las editoriales y permitir que el mensaje llegue al conocimiento de toda persona sin barreras de acceso…

StarViewerTeam International 2012.

8 Replies to “La consulta más solicitada en el servicio STVSCIC: La Perturbación de Sagitario.”

  1. Bueno, eso no es cierto del todo porque tú, aunque puedas no ser consciente, eres Dios y la acabas de comentar.

  2. A pesar de que no se vean comentarios, la mayoria de la gente entra y los lee, creo que debe firmar una persona de cada 500 que entran a ver los informes, tal vez tienen cola de paja. saludos

  3. Si se dan cuenta, STARVIEWER hace mención a “la consulta más solicitada en el servicio” y han colocado todos los enlaces referentes al tema “Perturbación de Sagitario” que aquí se han tratado, además de una extensa bibliografía de consulta al respecto. No necesariamente se espera que se comente aquí todo ello, sino más bien, es un compendio general de todo cuanto se ha investigado acerca de dicha perturbación. En todo caso, opiniones diversas se pueden leer en dichos enlaces y sirve por igual para forjarnos nuestras propias conclusiones.

    La mejor forma de saber la verdad es buscándola, no esperándola. Un abrazo.

  4. Yo creo que es Galactus, el devorador de mundos, y las señales son sus heraldos? Firmado, Dr Richards

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