Tonight’s Special Presentation: Red Planet Near The Sun? Unknown celestial object seen on August 19th 2017. I got it.




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The Sun has many planets and even Satellites that continuously cross between Earth and the Sun’s path. The constellations always moving too. Recently I caught a couple of unknown objects near the sun and Crazy Penquin keeps informing me of what NASA finds at the same time. More then just once and too many simultaneous events happen at the same time I find objects. They appear in the news but always days later. Thanks Crazy Penquin for the CME reading from the Coronagraph that showed me a similar plane like cylindrical object passing in the same direction that I saw the plane go by at. This Red Planet or Asteroid in this video seems to be losing a lot of dust or it is the gases mixing with the sun’s gases. When planets and stars collide or come close an array of colors so spectacular most often always occurs in deep space. This happens when the gasses of the surrounding planets mix with the entering celestial sphere. The colors and reaction to the gasses mixing is quite the show it seems.  I made a timelapse of 20 minutes into 30 seconds to be able to see the path it took in about 20 minutes times. It has it’s own trajectory and is turning quickly.



What will happen if this planet gets closer to the sun during the eclipse. We would see the planet lol appear and the whole world would (will) see it. lol. I can’t wait. The array of colors are going to be something out of this world.  The more I look at the Sun. The More it looks like a round portal. Just a golden ring that is so bright that the light creates a field of Fusion Heat and Fire. Maybe the Sun is an entrance or exit to this world we are in. Maybe if we go through the sun we would wind up inside of a blackhole and somewhere in the Constellation of Andromeda or further. 



 

 

The Sun’s Anatomy – The Basics


 



The photosphere is an Electron dense layer of Bright, bubbling granules of plasma which emerge when the sun’s magnetic
field breaks through the surface. Sunspots appear to move across the sun’s disk. Observing this motion is what lead Astronomers many years ago
to discover that the polar regions take more than 30 days to make a complete rotation.

The atmosphere of the sun has several layers. Mainly the photosphere, the Chromosphere and the Corona. It’s in these outer
layers that the sun’s energy is detected as sunlight.
The lowest layer of the sun’s atmosphere is the photosphere. It is Approximately 300 miles (500 kilometers) thick. This layer is where the sun’s
energy is released as light. Because of the distance from the sun to Earth, light reaches our planet in about eight minutes.

The Photosphere is also where the solar flares come from. The fire that extends hundreds of thousands of miles above the sun’s surface. Solar flares produce bursts
of X-rays, ultraviolet radiation, electromagnetic radiation and radio waves.The Sun’s Photosphere has a temperature between 4,500 and 6,000 K (4,230 and 5,730 °C)
(with an effective temperature of 5,777 K (5,504 °C)) and a density of about 2×10−4 kg/m3; other stars may have hotter or cooler photospheres.

The Chromosphere has a reddish glow as super-heated hydrogen burns out into space. Light from the chromosphere is usually too weak to be seen because the Photosphere is just
too bright most of the time..

The third layer of the sun’s atmosphere is the Corona. It looks like plumes of ionized gas
that flow outward into space. Temperatures in the sun’s corona can get as high as 3.5 million degrees F (2 million degrees C). When the gases cool, they become the solar winds. At the core of the sun, gravitational attraction produces immense pressure and temperature, which can reach more than 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (15 million degrees Celsius).
Hydrogen atoms get compressed and fuse together, creating helium. This process is called nuclear fusion.





 

Thermal Animation: This is one photo. The Sun has many layers that we cannot see without the help of filtering…




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The Sun’s Atmosphere is composed of several layers. Mainly the photosphere, the chromosphere and the corona.



Can Refraction of Light, Distort the Appearance Of A Spacecraft Entering Earth’s Atmosphere While Viewing it Through A Camera Monitor?




Refraction: When a wavelength enters a medium where its speed is lower, the wavelength changes direction.the fact or phenomenon of light, radio waves, etc., being deflected in passing Indirectly, through the interface between one medium and another or through a medium of varying density. Change in the direction of propagation of any wave as a result of its traveling at different speeds and at different points along the wave front.



Celestial Objects travelling through different mediums and entering them directly or indirectly. What changes would occur if our eyes were to see the actual event live and in slow motion. The fact that I witnessed a spacecraft flying through the Sun’s Corona and then deeper into the gas. The inferno. It came out on the East side opposite of it’s entry path BUT it appeared 10 times closer then the actual moment the spacecraft had entered. Just a few seconds before it exited and appeared on the opposite side. I believe this has to be due to the refraction of light. I believe that a fast moving object once crossing mediums and entering a medium would undergo a few forces like Gravity and Drag.



Spacecraft re-entry  When an object enters the Earth’s atmosphere, it experiences different forces. Including gravity and drag. Gravity naturally pull an object back to earth. But gravity alone would cause the object to fall dangerously fast. The Earth’s atmosphere contains particles of air. As the spacecraft falls, it hits and rubs against these particles, creating friction. This friction causes the object to experience drag, or air resistance. This slows the object down and lol luckily creating a safer entry speed. 



A beam of light aimed through the air will travel in a straight line. Rays of light usually travel in straight lines until they hit something.

If a ray of light hits the surface of a sheet of glass, some light will be reflected by the surface of the glass. However, much of the light will pass through the glass, because glass is transparent. I believe that the dome of molecules and the air particles may be the reason the image we see becomes distorted, when witnessing a spacecraft re entering the Earth’s Atmosphere. I think Speed could have a major factor in it’s outcome. This ‘bending of a ray of light’ when it passes from one substance into another substance is called refraction.



Why does light bend around objects?
That is diffraction and arises from the wave nature of light. Light does bend around objects very slightly (depending on the wavelength, which is pretty tiny for visible light) but because the diffraction effect is very small you only see this when your finger tip is very close to your eyes.