Add in the marines and the total wearing uniforms is still no more than 25, to 30, Perhaps with a similar number of civilian employees. In a prolonged major war this would expand greatly.
We are told most satellites orbit the Earth at altitudes of over km to avoid atmospheric drag, with a few circling in Medium Earth Orbit which goes up to 35,km! As you can see, all three objects above are in the seriously ferocious hot zone.
The solar panels which adjorn these machines would barely function even if they could keep it together long enough. A British company found a drop of 1. I could go on, but you get the picture.
So how do those solar panels work? Excuse number one comes from a few websites such as Wikipedia who wish to insult our intelligence to the max.
Even though the temperature is so high, one would not feel warm in the thermosphere, because it is so near vacuum that there is not enough contact with the few atoms of gas to transfer much heat.
Thermospheric temperatures increase with altitude due to absorption of highly energetic solar radiation.
It is the sun! Ask this man if he believes in solar radiation. The Sun and anything warm is constantly emitting infrared, and the Earth absorbs it and turns the energy into atomic and molecular motion, or heat. Eberhard Moebius at question 5. This shiny coating reflects the heat radiation like a mirror and keeps it either inside the bottle if the content is hot or outside if the content is cold.
There is so much wrong with the picture below that it is beyond words: Because we are in a swimming pool, Ivan. Ah, for a minute there I almost forgot. Christian the heat in the thermosphere is always there.
There is no colder place for the heat to transfer to second law of thermodynamics. To get rid of heat, you can point thermal radiators at the dark sky, and to warm up you can point at the Sun or Earth. The Sun warms the Earth through radiation, not convection or diffusion.
How do we know the thermosphere exists at all? The problem is, why would NASA lie about such a thing when it completely disproves their portrayed fantasies of the last 44 years. The shuttle is the only vehicle that can enter the thermospherealbeit for short durations and not too high, probably not beyond or km part 2 shows us that the shuttle probably never really goes much higher than km.
Ask the poor crew of Columbia. Notice how the tile glows white. Real protection in the thermosphere If there are no orbiting machines in space, why bother with the space shuttle?
After all, we are told its main job is to deploy satellites. It certainly looks like stars become invisible at high altitude. Myself and another German poster have commented not seeing stars from an airplane cabin window in the summertime although another poster commented that he has seen stars from an airplane on the December solstice.
Seeing stars above km seems therefore to be highly unlikely. Does this rule also apply to the other electromagnetic wavelengths such as ultraviolet light where heat is concerned?
Does it also apply to the EM wavelengths emanating for the Sun? Do we still feel the same heat intensity up there? This may well be a possibility, but seems unlikely because meteorites and asteroids have been labelled as the same phenomenon with one orbiting the Sun, the other falling to Earth.
As a meteorite melts through the glass it looks like a streaky white line and then burns in the atmosphere like a fireball. An asteroid looks like a white dot differentiated from stars because of their differing velocities across the night sky.
Theoretically, it is a white dot because it is white hot. For asteroids to remain white hot whilst orbiting the Sun, the sun must be making them as such.Sir Isaac Newton PRS FRS Newton formulated the laws of motion and universal gravitation that formed the dominant scientific viewpoint until being superseded by the theory of relativity.
Newton presented a calculus-like method of geometrical analysis using 'first and last Institutions: University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint. [An essay in my series on the Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.]. We are surrounded by hysteria about the future of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
There is hysteria about how powerful they will become how quickly, and there is hysteria about what they will do to jobs. Whether we are aware of them or not, Newton’s laws of motion are at play in nearly every physical action of our daily lives.
The 17th century was a time of intense religious feeling, and nowhere was that feeling more intense than in Great Britain. There a devout young man, Isaac Newton, was. In Book I of Principia, Newton opened with definitions and the three laws of motion now known as Newton's laws (laws of inertia, action and reaction, and acceleration proportional to force).
Book II presented Newton's new scientific philosophy which came to replace Cartesianism. This analysis consists of making experiments and observations. Newton's laws of motion are three physical laws that, together, laid the foundation for classical mechanics.
This can be done when the object is small compared to the distances involved in its analysis, or the deformation and rotation of the body are of no importance. In this way, even a planet can be idealised as a particle for analysis of. Isaac Newton: Discoverer of Universal Laws.
In his analysis of circular motion, Newton identified and rejected both of these errors. Prior to Newton, the case of the moon circling Earth was regarded as entirely different from the case of a hawk circling its prey. Newton, however, ascended to a level of abstraction that treated these two.