tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1976725425814907944.post4849606071189611484..comments2018-07-18T12:06:29.712+03:00Comments on Astronomy For You: Supermoon - Debunking the myth! Facts and photos!Gadi Eidelheithttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05997388579144578874noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1976725425814907944.post-50276590750355231962017-06-17T05:26:18.334+03:002017-06-17T05:26:18.334+03:00This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.Rinda Septianihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02423240299591291550noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1976725425814907944.post-56718093000219861452016-12-18T14:35:33.261+02:002016-12-18T14:35:33.261+02:00Earlier I gave a comment on this observation, whic...Earlier I gave a comment on this observation, which refers to the phenomenon of super month. The fact that the moon looks bigger, smaller, closer or further away, not a consequence of its position, astronomers calculated by using his position in an elliptical orbit around the Earth. In all celestial bodies, it is known that all these bodies rotating around a common center of mass of this system. But it is different from the data obtained by law Kepler. Month with its center of mass, which is located on an oval around the Earth rotates around the center by sinusoidal radius, and the actual trajectory of the sinusoudal wrapped around the ellipse, and the time depends on the ratio of the rotation around its own axis (one month) and time of rotation of the Earth (again a month).<br />The following formula gives the exact positions of celestial bodies in relation to the center of mass (the ellipses)<br /> r = (t / T) .e. a. 1 / (1-e ^ 2) ^ 1/2. sin (fi).<br />t-time spin<br />T-Time Revolution<br />a- major axis of the ellipse<br />e-eccentricity orbit<br />fi-angle position of the heavenly bodies at the perihelion of the ellipse (or perigee).<br />If astronomers attempt to measure the distance from Earth to the moon, using my formula of this, will see that this can prove why the moon is also resizable.<br />If fi = 90 °, t / T = 1, a = 384,000 km. e = 0.05, then the moon will be farther away from the ellipse close to 18 000 km., contrary to fi = 270 degrees closer to the same amount.<br />Check the measurement, computation and not by Kepler.<br />If this is accepted, will change many things in astronomy and understandings relating to the position and movement of the heavenly bodies in general.Nikola Milovichttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13244544277974894599noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1976725425814907944.post-74473979759318196072012-05-11T23:03:17.520+03:002012-05-11T23:03:17.520+03:00spectacular Imagesspectacular ImagesBerto Garciahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04539916972824718845noreply@blogger.com