Posts by Paradigmer

by Paradigmer
20.12.2020, 02:58
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029
Replies: 6
Views: 744

Re: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029

Heed the advice to ignore it TommyJo, this thread was construed more on a speculative basis, and not meant for the casual forumers.
by Paradigmer
04.12.2020, 03:13
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029
Replies: 6
Views: 744

Re: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029

Yes, and i read your entire thread about it. But this involved the Sun as well, so that's a whole other story. - Gurren Lagann Appreciate your well-informed replies, am well aware of the minuscule tidal force of the gas giants. Yes, it's a whole other story so to speak. Am in the midst of manually ...
by Paradigmer
03.12.2020, 03:01
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029
Replies: 6
Views: 744

Re: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029

Thanks for responding and shared your insights. I have some questions for you: 1. How could you be so sure the barycenter of JSUN would not cut into the orbit of the Earth after 2029? 2. With the known monthly moonquakes of IO as a result of Jupiter's tidal effect, shouldn't this barycenter be track...
by Paradigmer
01.12.2020, 06:40
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029
Replies: 6
Views: 744

An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029

An invisible barycenter of the four gas giants entering the inner Solar System in 2029 . In 2029 the barycenter of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune (BJSUN) would have entered the inner Solar System. This barycenter has the mass effect of the four gas giants summed up. It's orbital forcing with ...
by Paradigmer
26.11.2020, 15:02
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25
Replies: 4
Views: 531

Re: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25

Had finally completed a paper on " The UVS case study for the barycentric drivers of the solar cycle ". Due credit for the Celestia planetarium is mentioned in the acknowledgment section. This is the link to the archived appendices , which are mostly the Celestia barycentric planetarium ch...
by Paradigmer
23.11.2020, 03:26
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25
Replies: 4
Views: 531

Re: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25

This is a sample that shows the located planetary barycenters of the four gas giants. https://www.uvs-model.com/pictures/Celestia%201762%2011%20-%20K.png The formula for calculating the barycenter positions between two objects is given as: Distance from mass A = Mass B/(Mass A + Mass B) Earth-mass i...
by Paradigmer
21.11.2020, 09:02
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25
Replies: 4
Views: 531

Re: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25

The fluctuations of the solar cycle The fluctuations within the solar cycles were further investigated for their planetary arrangements with the date of those intermediate peaks and troughs in the solar cycle. In the case study for solar cycle 1 as shown with the animation shown in the link below, ...
by Paradigmer
07.11.2020, 05:25
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25
Replies: 4
Views: 531

The basis for the predictions of solar cycle 25

isunspots_1880-1920 .png The basis for the barycentric predictions for solar cycle 25. https://www.uvs-model.com/pictures/isunspots_1880-1920%20.png This barycentric analysis with the solar cycle chart from 12 Max to 15 Min, shows the 11-year solar cycle is correlated with the barycentric alignment...
by Paradigmer
01.11.2020, 17:06
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Request to indicate the barycenters of the four gas giants.
Replies: 0
Views: 1532

Request to indicate the barycenters of the four gas giants.

Hi, I would like to request an add-on to the Celestia planetarium as an option to indicate the barycenter of Jupiter and Saturn, the barycenter of Uranus and Neptune, and the barycenter of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. These three indicators could be similar to how the planets or objects in ...
by Paradigmer
23.10.2020, 15:16
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25
Replies: 4
Views: 531

The qualitative predictions for solar cycle 25

Animation of planetarium charts for solar cycle 25 This is the visual analysis with a barycentric planetarium set up to qualitatively predict the peak and trough of the solar cycle 25. This barycentric analysis is predicting the solar maximum of the solar cycle 25 would occur in October 2023 with t...
by Paradigmer
28.02.2018, 10:59
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle
Replies: 4
Views: 2556

Re: The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle

Paradoxically, it is unthinkable to visualize the non existing objects in the Solar System that could not be visually observed. Nonetheless, there are 19 cases (2 Min, 10 Min, 10 Max, 11 Min, 11 Max, 12 Max, 13 Min, 13 Max, 14 Min, 14 Max, 16 Max, 17 Min, 17 Max, 18 Min, 18 Max, 19 Min, 20 Max, 21 M...
by Paradigmer
27.02.2018, 14:12
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle
Replies: 4
Views: 2556

Re: The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle

There could be another incentive to track the barycenters of the gas giants by tracking their Lagrangian points as well. This add-on with some interesting cometary trajectories also added, comet hunters could find Celestia an indispensable tool for predicting cometary outburst events. A series of em...
by Paradigmer
26.02.2018, 12:47
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle
Replies: 4
Views: 2556

The case study for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle

Would like to share a case study research for the barycenter drivers of the solar cycle, which was evaluated with the Clestia Planetarium. In case the above link does not work with old Arcobat reader, you can open this link with another browser: http://www.uvs-model.com/The%20case%20study%20for%20th...
by Paradigmer
06.02.2018, 10:39
Forum: Help Central
Topic: Solar System Live
Replies: 11
Views: 2920

Re: Solar System Live

"In an SSC catalog they're created by including the statement Class "invisible" in the definition of an object. You then define other SSC objects orbiting around it. In .STC catalogs they're created by using the statement Barycenter "object name" {...} You then define STC or...
by Paradigmer
03.02.2018, 09:10
Forum: Help Central
Topic: Solar System Live
Replies: 11
Views: 2920

Create objects for the barycenters of the gas giants

This planetarium applet that can select SSB for centering in the chart is what I had been looking for. Great work! :clap: Please advise how to create objects for the barycenters of the gas giants, such as the barycenter of Jupiter and Saturn, barycenter of Uranus and Neptune, barycenter of the four ...
by Paradigmer
30.01.2018, 05:19
Forum: Development
Topic: Ask a little question.
Replies: 7
Views: 3106

Re: Ask a little question.

:hi: Hi, I just downloaded Celestia 1.6.1, and was so glad this planetary applet has the capability to set SSB as the center of the Solar System. This is what I had been looking for since a decade ago, and since using it last week, it has helped my research a lot. Would definitely share and tell all...

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